Create a learning trajectory

A step by step guide to create a learning trajectory on the Pluvo platform.
Written by Tom Jansen op de Haar
Updated 3 months ago

A step by step instruction

  1. Select "+ Nieuw" in the top-right corner. A dropdown appears where you select "Leerlijn".
  2. A modal window appears on the right side of the screen where you can upload a header and give your learning trajectory a name. Optionally you can select a color for the title.
  3. Click on "Maak leerlijn aan" and you're all set. If you want to set-up more you can you can select "Meer instellingen". More settings will appear and we will go through them one by one. This is optional and you can do this later.
  4. Algemeen - here you can add a subtitle to your learning trajectory, accompany it with an image. You can add the approximate time the learning trajectory takes and the percentage score the student needs to get to complete the trajectory successfully.
  5. Sociaal - by making the participants visible (Deelnemers zichtbaar), they can see who else is in the curriculum and can initiate a one-on-one chat conversation with each other. When you enable the group chat (Groepschat), a chat conversation is created with all participants in your curriculum. Additionally, you can easily share files with each other by enabling the shared files function (gedeelde bestanden).

  6. Toegang - once you activate (Actief) the learning trajectory, it becomes visible to participants who have been added to the learning trajectory. Additionally, you can set a start and end date. This determines the period during which the learning trajectory is visible and accessible to the participant. Note: if the start date of your learning trajectory is in the future, your participants will not see your learning trajectory.

  7. Koppelingen - you can integrate with external applications such as webshops and CRMs. In the 'Reference' field, you can add the ID that you receive from the external application.

  8. All done! Hit "Maak leerlijn" to create the learning trajectory.
  9. View result.
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