In this article we'll give an overview of the different ways of enrolling users to learning activities and help you to select the appropriate process.
|Different ways of enrolling users
to learning activities
When should I use this?
|Enroll a single user manually through the user's properties. To see a tour of how to do this, please click this link.||This process should only be used when enrolling only a few users, since enrolling a larger amount of users is considered quite tedious. With that said, this process is great for troubleshooting and for testing out new learning activites.|
|Enrolling users manually through the learning activities properties.||This process is great for enrolling several users (with a common organsation and learning profile) at once. This could be used for initiating a new learning activity with a customised workflow.|
|Enrolling several users at once with the batch tool. The users doesn't necessarily need a common organisation or learning profile. To see a tour of how to do this, please click this link.||This process is great for enrolling several users at once. This could be used for initiating a new learning activity with a customised workflow. As mentioned above, the users doesn't need a common organisation or learning profile, which will make it easier to enroll users across organisations and learning profiles. Lastly this option has a better visual overview of users you're going to enroll.|
|Setting up an automatic enrollment when users are created or join a organisation. The enrollment will be triggered by the organisational unit and learning profile of the user. To see a tour of how to do this, please click this link.||This process is great for mandatory learning activities (i.e. an introduction to your company). Can also be used with workflows and thereby completly automating the enrollment process.|
|Setting up workflows that'll enroll users automatically (when triggered) to learning activities. To see a tour of how to do this, please click this link.||This process is great for linking several learning activities together (i.e. user is enrolled to learning activity B whenever learning activity A is complete). Please note that this process might require a little bit of tinkering and testing at first, but it's very very useful when mastered.|