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301 BYOD: No LMS? No Problem! Tracking Rise Course Completion

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Wednesday, April 12

Tracks: Development & Tools

Rise 360 is fantastic authoring software that allows you to build you own courses fast and reliably. However, if you don’t have a LMS from which learners can launch a SCORM, cmi5, or TinCan package exported by Rise, what do you do? Maybe you simply want to avoid having your learners log in. Using some basic JavaScript modals, custom forms, and automation tools, you can collect basic information about your learners and use that information to customize their experience and trigger automations enhancing the user experience.

In this session you’ll learn how you can keep track of learners in web-based eLearning courses. You’ll explore why and when you might want to offer eLearning outside of an LMS environment and without requiring your learners to log in to access your course(s). You’ll start by learning the process of adding your own custom JavaScript modals to your Rise 360 courses. Next, you’ll learn how you can utilize custom Zoho forms within those modals and within your course to collect information about your learners. Last, you’ll examine the process of triggering automation to customize and enhance your learner’s experience. When this session is over you’ll have a solid understanding of how you can use web-based eLearning courses to deliver engaging and customized eLearning opportunities outside of the traditional LMS environment, making your eLearning more accessible to anyone, anywhere.

In this session you will learn…

  • How to use basic JavaScript modals with web-based Rise 360 courses
  • How to use custom forms to collect learner information when offering publicly available eLearning
  • How to embed custom forms in Rise courses in order to interact with learners asynchronously
  • How to trigger automation in eLearning in order to engage with learners “just-in-time”

Technology discussed:

Articulate 360, Zoho Forms, Make, Zapier, Zoho Flow (Automation SaaS), web servers

Participant technology requirements:

Learners should attend this session with their laptops or mobile devices

Austin Rutledge

Associate Director of Product Education

DaVinci Education

Austin Rutledge has taught and/or led faculty at nearly every level of education, from primary grades to the university level, to medical school. Along the way he has relied on technology as a tool to create engaging and rich educational experiences for learners. Whether using ed tech tools to engage students in a live setting, creating eLearning opportunities for learners to engage in asynchronously, or consulting on best practices of teaching and learning, Austin’s primary focus is on improving educational outcomes for students.