In this article, you can find all the Learning Activities supported by LearnWorlds categorized as Multimedia, Live Sessions, Questionnaires, Certificates, and embedded types of learning activities.
Once you create your course you can start adding the Course Sections and Learning Activities!
1. Go to the Courses tab and select the course you want to edit.
2. In the Contents tab add sections to organize your material.
3. Click on Add activity to start adding learning activities within the sections.
4. Click on Save twice.
In LearnWorlds you can directly upload a video file and use it in your courses or include an existing video that is stored on Vimeo or Wistia. You can find more information here.
An Ebook learning activity is a learning object for presenting textual information. You can also import your existing text and present it by using tens of eye-catching and responsive templates. Your users will love the reading experience, as well as the highlighting and notetaking tools. For information about the Ebook Authoring process click here.
Live Meetings & Webinars With Zoom
You can also create Zoom meetings and webinars (available for the Pro Trainer plans or higher). If you have additional Zoom accounts connected (available in our Learning Center plans or higher) you will also be able to choose the Zoom account associated with the learning activity.
Live Meetings with Webex
Once you connect Webex with your LearnWorlds school, you will be able to add a Webex activity into your courses (available for the Pro Trainer plans or higher). If you have additional Webex accounts connected (available in our Learning Center plans or higher) you will also be able to choose the Webex account associated with the learning activity.
This is a self-assessment type of questionnaire that consists of multiple-choice and true/false questions. Quizzes are not formal exams. Users get immediate feedback for their answers but they do not get a score after completing a quiz and the answers are not stored in the platform as feedback.
Exams can be used for creating formal tests. You can create any kind of test by managing settings such as the duration of the test, the maximum number of tries, passing grade, etc.
Assignments are open-ended (text) questions that your students have to answer by writing a paragraph of text.
The difference between File Assignments (available in the Pro Trainer plans or higher) and the Assignment learning activity is that users can now upload their own files as well.
The Form Learning Activity (available in the Pro trainer plans or higher) is an intuitive way to create surveys bound to your courses and receive feedback from your users. The school admin can build a survey with a large variety of question types and later review the user responses.
Graded SCORM Package
Graded SCORM packages are an enhancement of our SCORM learning activity option (available in the Pro trainer plans or higher), that allows you to integrate Score and Pass/Fail results from SCORM to your Gradebook.
Certificate of Knowledge
Certificates are formal exams, and if they are completed successfully users get an award in a PDF format.
Certificate of Completion
Certificates of completion are awarded to users after they have finished studying a course (they have visited all the learning activities or they have successfully passed all the tests of a course).
You can easily add PDF files to your courses, such as presentations, worksheets, or even whole books.
Our platform supports embedding so you can import all sorts of web content to your courses, from google forms to presentations.
You can insert YouTube videos in your courses using the YouTube embeddable code.
You can use the embeddable code of a Slideshare presentation to present visual material to your users.
You can use the embeddable code of a SoundCloud track in your courses.
This option will give you the ability to include audio files in your courses.
SCORM / HTML 5 Packages
With this option, you may upload SCORM or HTML 5 Packages (available in the Pro trainer plans or higher).
With this option, you can include web pages as external sources in your courses.