What is the Document Upload Template?

The Document Upload Template is a versatile lesson template that has many uses. You can choose to provide a file for your learners to download, or you can have them upload their own.

It can be used as a way for learners to:

  • Upload completed surveys/feedback

  • Upload files like assignments (if they don’t require grading) or signed policies

  • Upload evidence (e.g. a video) of offline task completion

These documents can be viewed by the course trainer in the course report. There will be a link to the document in the Lesson breakdown.

How do I use the Document Upload Template?

Step 1: Select the ‘Document Upload’ Template from the Interactive/Challenge template panel.

Step 2: Drag the ‘Document Upload’ template into the Lesson Pathway. You will be prompted to give your new screen a title.

Step 3: Select the ‘Edit’ button.

Step 4: From here, you will be able to choose to add a title, description, attachments (optional), instructions for your learners (optional), the ability to set the number of required uploads (maximum 5 file uploads), and edit the ‘Submit’ button text (optional).

Note: If you edit the button text, press the blue checkmark to save your changes. All other changes will save automatically.

The Learner View

From the learners' perspective, they are presented with a nearly identical layout as the creator. Once the learner has uploaded the required number of documents, they will be able to submit it. The learner may choose to replace the file at any time, and this will be reflected in what the trainer views when they download the documents from the reports section of Coassemble.

Accessing the Uploaded Documents

To access documents uploaded by your learners, simply follow the steps below.

Step 1: Click the ‘Reports’ button in the navigation panel.

Step 2: Once you’ve landed on the course reports, find the course you wish to look at and select a group.

Step 3: Select the learner you wish to view.

Step 4: From here, you will see a detailed breakdown of the learner’s activity within that course. There is a link to the uploaded document to download and view.

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