Use case

A user must complete a course at a location where an instructor is undergoing some tests. It could be that the user has to pass a driving test where the instructor is the driving instructor.

To support the driving instructor, show the route, and ask questions along the way - a supervised eloomi course has been set up.

The course is played on the driving instructor's Ipad, but all responses entered are stored on the user. When the route is complete, eloomi tells you whether the user has passed - based on the answers entered along the way.

Setting up supervised module

  • Go to Admin / Learning
  • Create or edit an online learning module
  • Navigate to advanced settings
  • Toggle "Supervised course setting" to make the module supervised in the bottom of advanced settings tab.

Assigning supervisor (Instructor) to a module

In order to being able to have supervisors on online modules you can either manually add supervisor to a module - or set up a rule that a user become a supervisor after completion.

  • Go to Admin / Learning
  • Create or edit an online learning module
  • Navigate to advanced settings
  • Toggle "Supervised course setting" to make the module supervised in the bottom of advanced settings tab.
  • In the supervisor table, click at "assign new supervisor" button
  • Search and select the users that you want as supervisors
  • Press the "Assign button", and the selected users will become supervisors

If you want to remove supervisors again, simply do it from the same supervisor table.



How to start a supervised course via the "Instructor" tab at the module/course landingpage?

Once you become a supervisor on a course, you will have an extra tab available under Discover.

Under the "Instructor view" tab you can see all the users you can supervise - and you can start supervising directly from the overview.

Once you have started a supervised course, simply click through as if it were a course you should take yourself.

Participants that is assigned to a supervise course can view - but not complete the course.

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