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Catalog Enrollment

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Introduction

This article will briefly describe the purpose and process of Catalog Enrollment.


The Purpose of Catalog Enrollment

Catalog enrollment is a quick and easy method of being able to assign selected Catalog content to Teams, Roles and/or selected Learners.


These various functions are facilitated thru the Actions tab.


Enrolling Catalog Content thru the Actions Tab

  • Login with LMS Admin credentials.

  • Ensure the proper Current Team is selected (menu located lower-left of screen).

  • Expand the Advanced tab.

  • Click on the Actions tab. 


Under Learning Catalog

  • Expand any arrows as needed to select any Folders and/or any Learning Elements desired for enrollment.

Under Teams, Roles & Learners

All Team Members: 

  • Check box to include all active Current Team members or leave box unchecked to be able to select various Learning Roles and/or Learners. 

Learning Roles:

  • Expand arrows as needed to select any specific Learning Roles you desire to be enrolled with any learning content selected from the Learning Catalog.

Learners:

  • Use the associated search field to enter and search for any Learners you desire to be enrolled with any learning content selected from the Learning Catalog.


The Actions Panel

Select Action:

  • Use the dropdown menu to select Add Enrollment.

After selecting Add Enrollment the panel will conduct a refresh, displaying an additional option.


Auto Register Sessions:

  • Checking this box will auto-register any selected users from options above into any Instructor Led Training (ILT) sessions selected from the Learning Catalog.

Leaving this box unchecked forces Learners to be registered to these ILT Sessions by self, or by LMS Admin.


Submit:

  • Once making any desired selections, click Submit to perform function.*

*For specific enrollment-type functions it will be necessary to create and populate the Catalog with folders first.



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