Course - Help Files

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Course - Help Files

Video Training:


By default, the selected video course will automatically start either at its beginning or the point of your last activity. The video player features controls commonly found in typical online video players.


Help Home

Categories:

 

On the left of the screen below the title “Video Course Lessons” you will see the section named “Categories”. As you progress through the lessons, the checkboxes to the left of each sub-category will automatically fill; keeping track of your progress. At any point, you may choose to view a previously accessed lesson or jump to one you have not yet viewed. Simply select the appropriate link in the Categories section to begin the desired lesson in the video player.

Note: An in-depth summary of your viewing history can be found in the “Progress Report section of the “Tools” tab.





Permalinks

Directly underneath the video player there is a permalink available to be copied and pasted into your browser, in the case you would like to synchronize your training with other similarly enrolled individuals or classmates.




Notes :


The Course Notes section directly below the video player operates as a fully functional text editor. Its features can be accessed at any time the section is displayed, including while viewing a video course. It allows you enter and save notes for later review/study.



Notes


Using the “Insert Course Topic” button, you can automatically insert the current topic you are viewing into your notes as a header. 


Course Topic



 

Clicking the “Insert horizontal ruler” button creates a separator line as shown in the graphic. This is extremely useful for dividing your notes into logical grouping such as specific topics or course objectives.


Horizontal Ruler





Quizzes:

 

The “Quizzes” section offers assessment quizzes for both “Pre” and “Post” lesson. This allows you to test not only what you have retained after each lesson, but also to see where you stand before starting the training. At any time inside a given course you can take a “Pre” or “Post” quiz for any lesson within it.

 Once in the “Quizzes” section, you must first select which lesson on which to be quizzed from the  “Select a Quiz" drop-down menu.

 Quiz Select


Once a lesson quiz is selected, click either the “Begin Pre-Test” or “Begin Post-Test” button.


Quiz Select 2

While in the quiz mode select the answer you believe is correct and click the “Next Question” button. You can also choose to go back or end your quiz early using the exam control buttons located at the bottom right of the screen.


Upon completion of the quiz, you will receive a score report showing the percent of questions that were answered correctly.


NOTE: Ending the quiz before completing all questions marks the unanswered problems as incorrect and is reflected in your percentage score.

Upon returning to the “Quizzes” main page, you will notice that each attempt is recorded. The results for each effort are displayed as a single bar marker comprised of “Correct”, “Wrong” and “Not Answered” percentages. The graph also shows a green marker line that denotes the required passing percentage score. You may take the “Pre” and “Post” quizzes for any lesson an unlimited number of times.


Summary


Simulation Exercises:

 

In the “Simulation Exercises” section, you perform tasks in a virtual “real world” environment.  Each simulation has three modes from which to choose:

 

Try Me: This mode opens by default. It allows you to work the simulation with no assistance.  



Coach Me: This mode shows a short video of the simulation being completed successfully. There is no user interaction in this mode.

Coach Me

Show Steps:  This mode displays the “How To Steps” below the exercise area. These are the exact steps in order you must use in order to complete the simulation.



Steps

Once you have completed the simulation correctly, you will receive a confirmation box. Click “OK” to move to the next simulation.


Correct Sim


Glossary:

 

The glossary contains all of the terms and definitions related to the currently selected course.


Glossary



Tools:


The “Tools” tab contains links to track your progress and access the “Help” feature


Tools Menu



Progress Report:

 

The “Progress Report” shows the history of your course usage. This includes details for date, time, lessons that you have viewed, and all of your “Pre” and “Post” quiz scores.

Progress Report




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Last Updated: 08-30-2012