The Content Stream is a powerful tool for creating Learning Journeys on your eLearning Platform.
Another word for Learning Journey is Training Track or Curriculum.
A Curriculum refers to the knowledge and skills students are expected to learn over a period of time.
- The learning standards or learning objectives they are expected to meet.
- The units and lessons that teachers teach in a course.
- The assignments and projects given to students.
- The books, materials, videos, presentations, and readings used in a course.
- The tests, assessments, and other methods used to evaluate student learning.
All of which you can create and publish on your eLearning Platform using the 6 eLearnCommerce Content Types.
The Content Stream enables you to place these on a Timeline.
You’re a Coach, Consultant or Teacher and you’re teaching a 12, 24 or 48-week program to 6.000+ students.
Each week they need to go through a Course, a Video, an Execution Plan, an ebook, an assessment, etc.
Create a Content Stream and set it on autopilot.
They enroll, signup, login and each day they’ll get served the content you added to the Stream.
You got a High Ticket Coaching Client (C-Level Executive).
You just had a Coaching Session with your Client, and it came out that in the next 4 weeks before the next Session he needs to go through A – C – D – X and Y.
Create a Content Stream just for him and then share it with him on his Profile.
This is how you create a Content Stream:
- Click on Personalize Learning
2. Click on Add Learning Channel
3. Name your Content Stream
4. On the same page scroll down and under Content Stream Manager, set status to Active.
5. One by one add the courses, ebooks, videos you published with eLearnCommerce by clicking Add New
Type and find courses you published on your Platform under course name and set delivery rules
You can choose from the following Delivery Rules:
- Instant Access
- Specific Date
- Advanced: Dripped by Seconds
6. Click on Publish at the top right.
This will add a Content Timeline as in the example below