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To start using easygenerator you can simply click Start my free trial from the home page of the official easygenerator web site. All you have to do is to create your account.
You need to specify your first and last names and credentials, e-mail and password, that will be used to sign in the easygenerator client.
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When you are signed in you can start creating a course that takes only 3 steps: define what new knowledge and skills a learner will gain by the end of the course, design and create content and then publish the course.
You can also take a look at the demo course that is available in easygenerator to gain your first impression of what easygenerator is and what you can actually create with it.
You will have access to the easygenerator Starter edition for 14 days. During these 14 days you will get some handy tips and tricks that will help you exploring easygenerator. After these 14 days your account will automatically be downgraded to the easygenerator free edition, if you would like to continue with the full features of easygenerator you can simply upgrade your account.
You can try a free edition of the easygenerator web application. You will have 14 days of a trial period. During these 14 days you can try the full edition of easygenerator and experience the endless possibilities to build courses. After the trial period you can still access your courses, but with a limited functionality that is available in the free edition of easygenerator. If you want the full benefit of all easygenerator features you need to upgrade to one of the paid editions.
Compared to a paid subscription, the free edition provides the easygenerator web application with the limited functionality. Using the free edition you can create 10 courses. Courses created using the free edition have an easygenerator watermark at the bottom left corner. The features which are not available in the free edition are marked with the lock icon and state that you have to upgrade your account in order to be able to use the paid feature. To upgrade, click on the upgrade your account link that is available within each paid feature or if you are signed in at the top right corner click on the arrow sign to the right of your name and select Upgrade now. The link is also available to the left of your name if you are logged in. You will be redirected to the official easygenerator web site where you can see the editions of the web client that easygenerator offers, differences between editions, prices and where you can actually buy the one you need. Easygenerator offers three paid solutions: Starter, Plus and Academy. For more information, see ‘Pricing‘.
The following features are available only if you have a paid subscription:
- Publish to LMS
Allows to download a course as SCORM 1.2 package to run it in LMS or SCORM cloud.
Allows to send a request to review the course to any external reviewers.
- Add co-authors
Allows to collaborate on a course with any existing easygenerator users or you can invite any external person.
- Question types: Single choice image, Fill in the blanks, Text matching, Drag and drop text, Statement, Hotspot and Open question.
- Course logo
Allows to change the default easygenerator logo in a course.
- Change background
Allows to change the background of a course by uploading the background image.
- Learners results
Allows to see all learners’ results directly in the easygenerator client. Easygenerator users that have a free account can see only last ten learners’ results.
This means that if you need the above mentioned features you should buy the paid subscription by upgrading your account.
Users can reset their password when they have forgotten it. It is possible to reset a password from the Sign in page. The Forgot password? link becomes active only after you enter the valid e-mail address.
After you click on the Forgot password? link you will receive an e-mail with a link to reset your password. If you follow the link in the e-mail you will be directed to a web page where you can enter your new password.
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Create a Course (5)
Course is a generic term that covers the eLearning material you create. It includes the learning objectives with the assigned content/question items and the related learning content.
Your courses can be presented in five different formats using the available templates:
- Simple course
- Personalized learning
You can also import a PowerPoint presentation as a course.
Depending on the amount of knowledge to be transferred, a course can contain one learning objective with a set of content/question items as well as multiple. The number of learning objectives and content/question items that can be created is unlimited.
The courses have a step-by-step wizard that walks you through the whole process of creating a course.
Creation of a course in easygenerator is a four-step process. When you create a course in easygenerator the course editor will guide you through the entire process. All changes are automatically saved. You can preview your course from any step of the course editor. You will be able to see the course just as it would be presented to learners.
To create a course:
Step 1: Under the Courses menu item click New course and choose either to create a new course or create a course from PowerPoint by importing the presentation.
A PowerPoint presentation with the .pptx extension can be imported as a course and then managed as a regular course. When you import a PowerPoint presentation a new course is created. It has the same title as the imported presentation. One untitled learning objective is automatically created that contains all slides of the imported presentation. Each slide of the PowerPoint presentation is imported into easygenerator as a content item. By importing the PowerPoint presentation only text with its formatting and images can be imported into easygenerator. If a presentation contains any SmartArt elements or charts, they will not be imported.
Step 2: On the Create step enter the course title and add course introduction. When a learner launches the course at first the course introduction page is shown from which a learner can start the course. The content that can be added to the course introduction page is not limited. You can add text, images, embed video and audio.
Step 3: Either connect existing learning objectives with the content/question items from the Library or create learning objectives with the content/question items directly on the Create step of the course editor.
You can change the order of learning objectives and content/question items within a learning objective simply by dragging and dropping. The learning objectives with content/question items are shown to a learner in the order set in the course editor.
Step 4: On the Design step choose the course template and define template settings.
To choose the template that fits best for your course select the template and see the demo course in the preview mode in the main area of the curse editor.
Click Settings to set up template design settings. You can add the custom logo for your course to replace the default easygenerator logo and change the course background by adding the background image.
For the Simple course template you can also choose one of the available color schemes: cartoon, grey, black or flat.
Step 5: On the Configure step you can set up different course settings, like results tracking, mastery score, course template language. Depending on the selected course template the availability of some settings may differ.
Step 6: When the course with all its content (learning objectives and content/question items) is created and configured you can publish it from the Publish step. You can publish your course online, get embed code to paste it on your own web site, to LMS by downloading a course as a SCORM 1.2 package, to your own web server or cloud storage by downloading as the HTML package, or you can even sell your courses by publishing to Aim 4 You.
When the course is published you can update it anytime and download the updated package.
On the Results step of the course editor you can see your learners’ results per learning objective and question if results tracking and reporting to easygenerator is enabled.
A course can be published from the Publish step of the course editor in the easygenerator client.
Easygenerator provides five options on how a course can be published.
|Share private link||This option allows publishing a course online to the easygenerator webserver. If you publish your course on the easygenerator webserver, you will receive a link that can be used to open your course and share it with your learners. It is also possible to publish a course online from any step of the course editor by clicking Share at the top of the course editor.|
|Inside a website||This option allows generating the code that can be used to embed the course on your website. When the embed code is generated you can specify the frame size of your course. It is also possible to generate the embed code from any step of the course editor by clicking Share at the top of the course editor.|
|To your LMS||This option allows publishing to LMS by downloading a course as the SCORM 1.2 package. The SCORM package is generated according to the SCORM 1.2 standards. It includes all referenced files and media and can be published to LMS.A learner can save his/her current progress when a course is launched from the LMS. To save the current progress if a course is launched from the LMS a learner should click Save my current progress at the top right corner of the course. Next time a learner can easily continue passing the course from the saved position.Publishing to LMS by downloading the course as SCORM 1.2 package is a paid feature. You should upgrade your account to be able to publish to SCORM 1.2.|
|To your hosting||This option allows publishing to your webserver or cloud storage by downloading a course as the HTML package.|
|Sell the course||Aim 4 You offers a directory service open to everyone. You can showcase your content and invite the world or a closed group to join. Secure your content and easily manage access. Visit the official Aim 4 You web site to get more.|
On the Courses page when you hover over a course there is the Publish button. When you click on the Publish button it will bring you directly to the Publish step of the course editor from where you can select one of the available options.
When the course is published you can update it anytime or download the updated package.
As a course developer you can use navigation to navigate through the courses. At the top left corner there is a button that opens the courses navigation. This is a table of contents that provides the list of all available courses, their objectives and questions. From the navigation on the left you can open any available course, learning objective or question and edit it.
When you create a course it contains learning objectives, question and content items. Due to the fact that all these objects have references to each other you cannot delete a course until you delete or unlink the related learning objectives with question and content items.
To delete a course you should remove the related learning objectives with questions and content items. You can simply open the course under Courses select all assigned learning objectives and remove them. This way you do not delete the learning objectives with question and content items but unlink them from the course that allows to remove the course. If you remove learning objectives with question and content items under the Courses menu item they are still present under My Library.
Course Templates (6)
Templates are used to define the look and feel of the course. It determines the layout of the content and interactions between a learner and a course. When you start creating a course the Simple course template is used by default. The course template can be changed on the Design step of the course editor. To choose the template that fits best for your course select the template and see the demo course in the preview mode in the main area of the curse editor.
There are five templates that can be used to present the course:
- Simple course
- Personalized learning
The Simple course template provides four color schemes:
You can preview each color scheme and choose the one you like.
When a learner launches the course, at first the introduction page is shown, if the introduction content has been added to the course. From the introduction page a learner can start the course.
If the Simple course template is applied to the course, a learner can see the list of available objectives. You can start the objective to see the related questions. On the learning objectives overview page at the top right corner you can view the progress summary that shows the overall progress of the course. Under each learning objective you can see progress per learning objective. You can also see whether the mastery score, set on the Configure step of the course editor, is reached per learning objective. On the learning objectives progress lines the mastery score is indicated with a marker.
Each question is shown separately. You can answer the questions in any order. Use navigation buttons (previous and next) to navigate between the questions. When a learner answers the question, he or she will be informed whether his or her answer is correct or incorrect. The last submitted answer will be saved. If the question has been answered incorrectly, a learner can answer it again.
When a learner launches a course, at first, the introduction page is shown, if the introduction content has been added to the course. From the introduction page a learner can start the course by clicking START PRE-ASSESSMENT.
If the Personalized learning template is applied to the course, a learner can see the list of all questions that are associated with all objectives and related answer options.
Only when all the questions have been answered a learner should click on Submit at the bottom of the page.
When the answers have been submitted, the progress per learning objective is shown to a learner.
Below each learning objective there are study advices. Click Start in the Recommended reading area to see study advices. A learner will see the list of questions per learning objective that have been answered incorrectly. A learner can open each question separately, read the learning content, if added by the course developer, and answer the question. A learner has the unlimited number of attempts that can be used to answer the questions. The study advices can help a learner to succeed in the learning objective and complete the course.
When you click Finish course the overall progress of the course and progress per learning objective are shown.
When a learner launches a course the introduction content is shown if it has been added to the course. From the introduction page a learner can click START QUIZ to launch the course or scroll down to see the questions. If the Quiz template applied to the course, a learner will see the list of all questions that are associated with all objectives and related answer options.
Under a question a learner can click Show hint to see explanation (learning content) of the related question. The Show hint button is available if learning content is added to the question.
Only when all questions have been answered a learner should click Submit all answers at the bottom of the page.
When the answers have been submitted, the overall progress of the course is shown to a learner.
On the course progress indicator you can also see whether the mastery score set on the Configure step of the course editor is reached.
Below the overall progress of the course a learner can see to which questions he or she gave the correct/wrong answers.
When a learner launches the course, at first the introduction page is shown, if the introduction content has been added to the course. From the introduction page a learner can click Start exam to launch the course.
If the Exam template is applied to the course, a learner can see the list of all questions that are associated with all learning objectives and related answer options.
Only when all the questions have been answered a learner should click on Submit at the bottom of the page.
When the answers have been submitted, the overall progress of the course and progress per learning objective are shown to a learner.
You can also see whether the mastery score, set on the Configure step of the course editor, is reached per learning objective. On the learning objectives progress lines the mastery score is indicated with a marker.
Questions are not used in the Reader template. If you apply the Reader template to the course only the content pages and learning content of the questions are shown.
When a learner launches a course, at first, the introduction page is shown, if the introduction content has been added to the course. From the introduction page a learner can start the course.
All learning objectives are presented as blocks.
Clicking on the objective opens the list of articles assigned to the learning objective. A learner can navigate within the learning objective and read the articles using the navigation buttons and the table of contents on the left.
Results tracking or any other settings are not used if the Reader template is applied to the course. This template is used only to present learning content, but not to check learner’s knowledge.
Content & Question Items (5)
When you create a learning objective you should also create content/question items that are associated with this learning objective. Learning objectives with the related content/question items form a course. Depending on the course template that is used and question types, the questions are presented differently to a learner.
There are ten types of items (one content item and nine questions):
- Content item
- Single choice
- Multiple choice
- Single choice image
- Fill in the blanks
- Text matching
- Drag and drop text
- Open question
Single choice image, Fill in the blanks, Text matching, Drag and drop text, Statement, Hotspot and Open question require a paid subscription. To be able to use these question types you need to upgrade to one of the paid editions. For more information about easygenerator editions, see ‘Pricing‘.
The Content item is a simple content page that can contain any content, including images, videos and equations. All other items are different types of questions.
Use the question editor to create a question. When you create or edit a question it is automatically saved.
When a learner answers the question the score is counted in 0 – 100% range.
This table provides an overview of the question fields that should be filled in when you create a question.
|Question||Enter the question. The question length is limited to 255 characters.|
|Question instruction||Add any information related to a question. The content that can be added to a question instruction area is not limited. You can also add here images, equations and embed video.|
|Answer options||These are the options that are presented to a learner for answering the question. When you create a question you should mark those answer options that are correct. The answer options should be added when you create the Single choice, Single choice image and Multiple choice questions. In the Fill in the blanks questions you need to define the content with blanks and/or dropdowns. With the Text matching questions you should fill in the key-answer pairs. With the Drag and drop text questions you need to place texts on the specific areas of the background image. In the Statement questions you need to define a list of true and false statements. With the Hotspot questions you need to create hotspots on the specific areas of the background image. If you create an open question you just need to enter a question that requires a full and meaningful answer.|
|Question response||Here you can override the default positive and negative question response that will be shown to a learner when he or she answers the question. The custom question response can be set per question. The content that can be added to the custom question response is not limited. You can also add here images, equations and embed video.|
|Content||Use the Content area to add any information that will assist a learner in answering the question. Information that can be added to the content area is not limited. You can also add here images, equations and embed video.|
The question itself and answer options are required fields. If you do not fill in question and answer options, the question will not be included into the course during publishing. Question instruction and content are optional.
The question itself, question instruction and answer options are shown to a learner just one under another.
If the Simple course template is applied to the course the question content is shown on the same page as the question under Learning content. In case of the Personalized learning template the question content is used as study advices. If the Quiz template is applied to the course the question content can be seen under each question by clicking Show hint. In the Exam template the question content is not used. The Reader template is not intended for checking the learner’s knowledge. Therefore, questions are not used in the Reader template. Content items and learning content from the related questions are presented in the Reader template as simple articles.
The question instruction, question content and question response provide the editor that can be used for better content enrichment. Use all available features of this editor, like styling and formatting of the text, numbering and bullets, creation and formatting of the tables, hyperlink, image and equation editors to create rich content. You can even embed audio and video.
Move/copy/duplicate content/question item
You can move and copy existing content and question items to different learning objectives within other courses. It is also possible to duplicate existing content and question items within the same learning objective.
As a course developer you can create and manage different questions in easygenerator. Nine question types are available in easygenerator.
|Single choice||A Single choice question offers the answer options (text items) to a learner for answering the question. A learner should select only one correct answer option, all other answer options are wrong.The Single choice and Single choice image question types are the same. The only difference is in the answer options. In the Single choice questions a learner should select the correct answer from the available text items. In the Single choice image questions a learner should select the correct answer from the available images. When you create a Single choice question you need to add answer options (text items) and select the one that is correct.|
|Multiple choice||A Multiple choice question offers the answer options to a learner for answering the question. A question can have several correct answers unlike the Single choice questions that offer only one correct answer. When you create a Multiple choice question you need to add answer options and select those that are correct.|
|Single choice image||A Single choice image question offers the answer options (images) to a learner for answering the question. A learner should select only one correct answer option; all other answer options are wrong. The Single choice and Single choice image question types are the same. The only difference is in the answer options. In the Single choice questions a learner should select the correct answer from the available text items. In the Single choice image questions a learner should select the correct answer from the available images. When you create a Single choice image question you need to add answer options (images) and select the one that is correct.|
|Fill in the blanks||A Fill in the blanks question provides a text with blank spaces and dropdowns with answer options. A learner should fill in the missing words and/or select the answer option from the dropdown. When you create a Fill in the blanks question you need to define the content with blanks and/or dropdowns with the answer options. You can either create a blank by clicking Add blank (Ctrl+Q) and specifying the value for the blank or add a dropdown by clicking Add dropdown (Ctrl+Alt+Q) and filling in the answer options for the dropdown. You can also automatically convert a word into a blank or a dropdown answer option by selecting a word and clicking Add blank (Ctrl+Q) or Add dropdown (Ctrl+Alt+Q).|
|Text matching||With a Text matching question type a learner has to match the corresponding terms to each other by dragging and dropping the terms from the right to the left to match the pairs. When you create a Text matching question you need to fill in the key-answer pairs.|
|Drag and drop text||With a Drag and drop text question a learner should move the text items to the specific places on a background image by dragging and dropping them. When you create a Drag and drop text question use Drag and drop designer to add the background image. Click Add drop text below the Drag and drop designer to add the ‘drag and drop text items’. Place the ‘drag and drop text items’ into the correct positions on the image by dragging and dropping.|
|Statement||A Statement question offers the list of statements and a learner has to indicate if they are true or false. This question type can have several true and false statements. When you create a Statement question you need to add statements and define which statements are true and which are false.|
|Hotspot||With a Hotspot question a learner is presented with an image and is asked to select a particular area. For example, a learners is presented with the image of different continents and is asked to select the one that corresponds to Europe. To select any area on the image, a learner should simply click on it. When you create a Hotspot question use the Hotspot designer to add the background image. Choose between single and multiple response. If Single response is enabled, a learner should select only one correct area on the image. If Multiple response is enabled, a learner should select multiple correct areas on the image. Click on the image and drag to create a hotspot. You can change the size of a hotspot or move it to another place as well as remove it.|
|Open question||An Open question is designed to encourage a full and meaningful answer. Such questions usually begin with what, why, how and ask the respondent for his or her knowledge, opinion or feelings. When you create an Open question you need only to enter a question that requires a comprehensive answer from a learner.|
When it comes to the content management, a good editor is a key component. We provide the editor for better content enrichment of the course introduction content, question and learning content. Use all available features of this editor to create rich content, like styling and formatting of the text, numbering and bullets, creation and formatting of the tables, hyperlink and image managers.
In the Image Properties window you can:
- Paste the image URL to add any image directly from the Internet.
- Upload the image from your computer. All uploaded images are stored in the image library.
- Add the image from the image library. All images that have been uploaded from your computer are stored in the image library. Anytime you can find the image in the image library that has been uploaded before and add it to your content.
- Add alt text to the image.
- Change size and position of the image.
- Preview the image.
Requirements to the images that can be uploaded to the image library:
|File size||not more than 10 MB|
|Extensions||jpeg, jpg, png, gif|
Easygenerator provides a possibility to embed video and audio from the external web sites, for example from YouTube and SoundCloud, and also video from the Video Library.
Video and audio can be embedded in the following content areas:
- Course introduction content
- Question introduction
- Question learning content
- Question responses
- Content items
Now you can watch the embedded video.
Now you can listen to the embedded audio.
Using the Equation Editor you can create beautifully formatted mathematical equations and add them to any content area of your course.
To create an equation, first click within the text area where you need to add the equation and then click on the Insert Equation button on the content editor toolbar to open the Equation Editor. Create your equation.
Double-click existing equation to edit it in the Equation Editor.
Course Settings (3)
On the Configure step of the course editor you can set up general course settings. General settings are available only when the Quiz course template is used.
The table below provides a description of the general course settings:
With easygenerator you can report learners’ results either directly to easygenerator or to the custom LRS.
On the Configure step of the course editor you can enable/disable results tracking. It does not have any influence on results tracking if you run your course from LMS.
Use the option Allow user to skip tracking and tracing to make results tracking as a required step or you can allow users to skip results tracking. When results tracking is enabled and a learner starts the course he or she will be asked to enter his or her name and e-mail. Then a learner should click Start and report my results to start the course or if a user is allowed to skip results tracking he or she can click Do not report, just start to start the course without reporting the results.
Under the Advanced settings choose where to report the learners’ results, either to easygenerator or to custom LRS.
Report to easygenerator
If learners’ results are sent to easygenerator then you can see them directly in the easygenerator client on the Results step of the course editor. There you can see the total score of the course per user and results per learning objective and question.
Report to custom LRS
In easygenerator in the Custom LRS settings you should specify LRS URL.
Authentication is used to specify login and password of the Learning Activity Provider (LAP). Learning Activity Provider is actually the course that reports statements. In some cases LRS requires LAP to be authenticated in order to post statements. Therefore, if such requirement exists in your LRS, specify the correct LAP login and password.
When a course is published with results tracking enabled and reporting to the custom LRS, a learner will be asked for credentials to report the course progress to LRS.
You can select which learning activity statements should be sent to the target LRS:
- Started: after a learner opened the course and entered his or her credentials.
- Answered: after a learner answered a question.
- Stopped: after a learner completed the course and clicked Finish.
- Mastered: sent with a score per learning objective.
- Passed: when the course is completed with an overall progress 100%.
- Failed: when the course is completed with an overall progress less than 100%.
On the Configure step of the course editor under Template language you can choose the language for your course.
You can present the course template interface in one of the available languages:
- Portuguese – Brazil
All text items that are present in the course template interface (texts of the buttons, titles and headings, field names, error messages, validation messages, etc.) can be also translated into a different language.
In the language dropdown select Custom. In the Translation column you can replace the default text items of the course template interface that are in English with the translated ones. This way you can present your course in any language.
My Library (3)
Use Video Library to upload video files. Any video file uploaded to a video library can be embedded into the course.
Click on the uploaded video to watch it and copy the embed code. The code of the video can be embedded into any content area of the course using Embed Media in the content editor.
The table below provides video library space limitations per easygenerator edition:
|Easygenerator edition||Space limitation|
Learning objective determines new knowledge and skills which a learner will gain by the end of the course. When you create a learning objective you should define the learning objective title and then create content/question items that are associated with this learning objective. Learning objectives and content/question items are connected with each other. This means that learning objectives and content/question items cannot exist separately; content/question items exist only within the learning objective. It is not possible to assign one and the same question to different learning objectives.
If you need help to create a descriptive and meaningful learning objective you can try our learning objective maker. The link to it appears when you start typing the name of the learning objective.
For example, when you create a course about the English language or literature there may be the following learning objectives:
- After completing a course you will be able to understand and express ideas through or in dialogue with literary forms.
- After completing a course you will be able to write critically and analytically.
- After completing a course you will be able to demonstrate familiarity with issues of literary genre and poetic form.
Each of the learning objectives will hold different questions, one is about learning to express ideas through a dialogue with literary forms, whilst others are about learning to write critically and know literary genres and poetic forms.
You can change the icons of the learning objectives. Click on the learning objective icon to change the image. These icons are shown only when the Simple template is applied to a course. The icons of the learning objectives can be changed under My Library as well as under Courses.
You can drag and drop the content/question items within a learning objective to change their order. The content/question items will be shown to a learner in the specified order.
When learning objectives with the related content/question items are created they can be grouped into the course under the Courses menu item.
You can create learning objectives and related content/question items under My Library as well as under Courses. If you create learning objectives with the content/question items under My Library, then you should connect learning objectives to the appropriate course under Courses. You can also create learning objectives with the content/question items directly in a course under Courses. This way learning objectives will be automatically associated with the course.
How to remove learning objectives?
You cannot remove a learning objective while it contains content/question items and it is connected to the course. Thus, to remove a learning objective under My Library you should remove all related content/question items and unlink it from the course.
To unlink the learning objective from the course, open the course and remove the related learning objective. This way you do not delete the learning objective with the content/question items but unlink it from the course. When you remove learning objectives with content/question items under Courses they are still present under My Library.
Learning Paths (1)
A learning path is a sequence of courses that allows a learner to master a topic in small steps. Such approach is more effective when a learner needs to absorb a lot of information on a certain topic. The steps of a learning path may be of a various nature: these can be courses that provide teaching material on a specific field of knowledge, quizzes a learner should complete, exam a learner should pass.
Under the Learning paths menu item you can group existing courses into a learning path.
By dragging and dropping you can place the courses into the appropriate order. The courses are shown to a learner in the order they are arranged in the learning path. As this feature is under development, for now it is possible to publish the learning path only into HTML. All courses grouped into the learning path will be packaged and downloaded as the HTML package that can be run offline on your computer or published to your web server or cloud storage.
Advanced Features (2)
Easygenerator provides a possibility to collaborate on a course with any existing easygenerator user or you can invite any external person.
Co-authoring requires a paid subscription. Thus, if you are using free edition of easygenerator you need to upgrade to one of the paid editions to be able to use co-authoring. The Starter plan is limited to 3 users that you can collaborate on a course with.
You can add co-authors from any step of the course editor. Any existing easygenerator user or external person can be invited by e-mail.
A co-author can manage the course just in the same way as an author: create learning objectives and questions, manage the course content and settings. The co-authors are not allowed to remove the course. Any changes in the course are automatically visible to all co-authors.
If you add the existing easygenerator user, then this user will see the course that you want to collaborate on in his or her list of courses under Shared courses.
If you add some external person, then he or she will receive the e-mail informing that you want to work together on the eLearning course. The e-mail will also contain the instructions on how to register in easygenerator. A person to whom you send an invitation should use the same e-mail address to which the invitation is sent to register in easygenerator. After registration the course will be available for collaboration.
In the Manage co-authors window you can see all co-authors that you have invited.
The course owner can remove co-authors. If you remove the co-author, he or she will not see the shared course anymore, only the learning objectives will remain, if any have been created by the co-author.
To enhance the workflow of the collaborative learning content creation, easygenerator introduces the review system.
Review is a paid feature. Therefore, if you are using free edition of easygenerator you should upgrade your account to one of the paid editions to be able to read comments from the external reviewers. Users of the free edition in order to explore the review functionality are able to leave the comments, but cannot read them.
A course developer can send a request to review the course to any external reviewer. This can be done by clicking Review on the right at any step of the course editor. At the bottom of the Comments window you can generate the link and send it to the external reviewer. Per each course you can generate a separate link. This allows to review each course separately.
In the Comments window a course developer can see all comments that have been added to the course by the reviewers.
If you have made some changes in the course during the review process, click the Update course button at the bottom of the Comments window to make these changes visible to the external reviewers.
To start reviewing the course, the external reviewers should click on the link that has been sent to them or copy and then paste it to the address bar of the web browser.
The reviewers will be able to follow the course just as it would be presented to the learners. The only difference is that at the bottom right corner there will be a button Leave your comment. Clicking on this button will open the window where a reviewer can add the comments.
Knowledge Base (1)
Courses developed in easygenerator web edition support commonly used Web browsers. While using easygenerator, ensure that you know which browsers easygenerator supports.
Easygenerator web application supports the following browsers:
- Internet Explorer 11
- Google Chrome for Windows (latest)
- Google Chrome for Mac OS X
- Mozilla Firefox (latest)
- Safari for Mac OS X
The browser versions which easygenerator supports depend on the easygenerator release date. When the new version of easygenerator is released we support the latest version of Google Chrome for Windows and Mac OS X, Mozilla Firefox, Safari for Mac OS X, because they are updated automatically whenever a new version of the browser is available, and Internet Explorer 11. Each time a new version of a Web browser is released, we are testing easygenerator on that version.
Minimum screen resolution for the easygenerator web application:
- Width: 1024
- Height: 768
The easygenerator courses can be played back on the computer as well as on the mobile devices.
Easygenerator publications support the following browsers:
- Internet Explorer 11
- Google Chrome for Windows
- Google Chrome for Mac OS X
- Google Chrome for iOS
- Mozilla Firefox
- Safari for Mac OS X
- Safari for iOS
- The default Android browser
- Google Chrome for Android
Easygenerator publications support the following Android versions:
- 2.3 Gingerbread
- 4.0 ICS
- 4.1 – 4.3 Jelly Bean
- 4.4 KitKat
- 5.0 – 5.1 Lollipop
Minimum screen resolution for the easygenerator publications:
- Desktop: width 1024
- Mobile: width 640