• User: Anyone who has access to a workspace (includes trainers & learners)
  • Trainer: A user who has access to the trainer dashboard. They can have any type of permission.
  • Learner: A user who is studying/enrolled into one or more courses.
  • Facilitator: Someone who has the ability to grade assignments and access reports to review learner results. Facilitators can preview any content relevant to the courses their learners are enrolled in, but do not have privilege to edit or create new courses.
  • Group: A group of users enrolled into a course. Groups consist of both facilitators and learners and allow you to set specific settings for those users in context with the course they are enrolled in. It’s easiest to think of a group like a class of students and a teacher in a traditional school setting. A class of students can study a number of different subjects and courses together across a whole range of departments taught by one or many different teachers.
  • Department: A way to segregate courses as well as your team members’ permissions in relation to those courses. You can utilize departments to categorize courses by internal or external training, subject matter, specific locations, users, or actual departments and functions of your business. You can then assign your team access to edit or manage content in their required department.
  • Active User: A user who has logged into your Coassemble account during a calendar month. They have activated their account and accepted their invitation to your workspace.
  • Pending User: A user who has been sent an invitation but have yet to accept their invitation or have had their invitation email bounce for some reason.
  • Deactivated User: A user who previously had access to your workspace but have manually been deactivated to remove access from your workspace.
  • Modules: A piece of learning content. The type of module you use depends on the content you’d like to create or bring into the platform as different modules alter the way your material is delivered and displayed to your learners. The different modules available in Coassemble include lesson, quiz, assignment, document, external link, or SCORM package.
  • Topic: A section within a lesson module. A topic breaks your lesson up into related content, much like chapters in a textbook and allows for your learners to identify different subject matter in a lesson.
  • Lesson: A lesson is a type of module that is part of a course that allows you to build out content, screen-by-screen using a variety of interactive or engaging templates.
  • Screen: Screens make up lesson modules. Screens present learning content in different ways. A screen is created using any of our 40+ lesson templates. They can be thought of as one single slide within a powerpoint presentation. When you add a screen, you are selecting a new template to use to present your information.
  • Template: Pre-structured layouts and methods that you can use to present your content in the platform. Coassemble includes over 40, pre-built templates that range in level of interactivity. One template is used per screen.
  • Duplicating: Duplicating an existing module creates an exact copy of the module in your workspace. Editing this module won't effect the original module.
  • Mirroring: Mirroring an existing module creates an exact copy of the module and links both modules together. This link means any changes made to the original module will also mirror across to each mirrored module.
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