When you receive confirmation that your course has been created by the LearningHub Support Desk, you will receive two course shells - the
LearningHub course shell and the
Moodle course shell. To view the courses you manage, please go to your
Admin Dashboard. :
1. Login to your account. If you have multiple profiles, select the profile the course is assigned under.
2. Click the
Courses to view all the courses that you own or manage
4. Navigate the top panel to scroll through your list of Managed, Active, and Inactive Courses.
Favourite Courses: To Favourite a course, hover over the course title until a star appears.
Click the star so it turns yellow. The course will then appear under the Favourites Tab.
The LearningHub course shell is used to manage the overall course settings, including course description and registration settings.
For e-Learning Courses complete the following steps.
1. Login to your account
2. Click Admin Dashboard
3. Click Courses
4. Select the Course
5. Click the Course Settings dropdown
7. Click Registration Rules
8. As the course is still in the development phase, check that the Course Visibility is set to either Accessible via private link only or Disable Self Registration. This is so that the course can be created and tested before being accessible to learners.
9. Additional Registration restrictions can be added under
Registration Options. This includes, adding a passcode or restricting the course to verified employee accounts.
Payment Settings, if required, with a valid Cost Account Number for your
11. Set Course Prerequisite Settings if applicable
12. Select the Course Completion and Certification options to your preference. Courses that require Recertification should be filled in.
13. Click Notifications and check whether you would like to enable notifications for this course.
14. Click Add Course Managers in Course Managers section
15. For e-Learning Courses, there is an additional section for eLearning Course Settings.
*This will already be setup by the LearningHubAdmin and should not be changed.
External URL is the Moodle link the learner will be directed to after selecting "Start Course". This should be the Moodle "view" link. This link should not be communicated to learners. The
Moodle ID Number is setup as the LearningHub Course ID.
Moodle is the online platform used by LearningHub to house e-Learning courses. The Moodle Course shell will be used to hold your course content. Learners will be directed to the Moodle shell when they select "Start Course".
Online courses should not be used as a resource page. All courses should require completion and learning evaluation.
Once you have the Moodle course shell open, you will need to select "Turn Editing On" to begin editing and creating your course.
Creating and Uploading Moodle Activities
1. Click Admin Dashboard
2. Click Courses
3. Select the specific Course from Manage Courses
4. Click the Course Settings
5. Click Course Managers
6. Click Add Course Manager
7. Enter the name or email of the user. You can also filter by First Name, Last Name, Email, and group on the left side.
You can choose multiple users to be added at once.
8. Click Add Course Manager
Adding Course Managers to Moodle Course Shell
Only individuals with existing editing access within the Moodle course shell will be able to grant others course editing access.
*Please note: the individual they are looking to grant access to must first be added as a Course Manager and/or registered into the course on LearningHub. The user must also have accessed the Moodle course shell already.1. Open the Moodle course shell 2.
Turn Editing On3. Select "Enrolled Users" under the "Users" category on the left side Administration panel.:
4. Locate the individual using the filter options. Please note, the email address associated with the learner on Moodle may not be the same as the login email of their LearningHub account. Moodle may identify the user with the email address that they initially created their account with.
5. Under the "Roles" column, use the
pencil editing icon to view the drop menu to add the
Teacher or Manager role. Then, select the
While uploading content to online courses, please note that files should not exceed
150mb due to limited amount of space within our system.
If files or SCORMS are larger than 150mb, you may need to modify the file so it is a smaller size.
Videos within online modules are usually the biggest files. Removing these videos within your SCORM and uploading them to the PHSA LearningHub YouTube Channel is an alternative option to decreasing the size of a file.
You should not be uploading any video files directly onto Moodle.
Please submit a ticket if you need to inquire about utilizing YouTube as an alternative option.
If you are not using an eLearning software to create your course content, you can create modules on Moodle using activities, specifically, H5P for more interactive features. The H5P content can contain Quizzes, interactive video and presentations.
Like all Moodle activities, please refer to Moodle's helpsite and forums for content creation assistance - Moodle's helpsite and forums on H5P.
Please see direct links for commonly used activity types below. :
*If you are using the
Articulate Rise eLearning software to create your modules, please ensure to add an “Exit Course” button within your module.
We have located a
helpful video on creating an “Exit Course” button and more information can be found on the
Articulate Storyline 3 is one of the many e-learning software available to course managers and instructional designers to create interactive e-Learning content.
For additional help regarding Articulate Storyline 3, you can view its user guide on their main web page: https://community.articulate.com/series/storyline-3
Please ensure you
keep your module source files on your computer as they will be needed for any future updates that you require. LearningHub does not archive your source files.
To create a quiz within Storyline 3:
1. Open Storyline 3 and select New Project.
3. Select the type of question and the click Insert Slide.
5. Set points and feedback for correct and incorrect responses.
6. You can switch to Slide View to see the layout of the question.
7. Edit question settings on the top navigation bar.
8. After all questions have been added, insert a Results slide.
9. Add the Graded Result Slide.
10. Edit Result slide settings.
11. To publish the quiz:
At any point, if you need to change the content of your e-Learning Course, be mindful that any changes can affect learners that are in the process of taking the course module that you are updating. Also note that content that is changed will need to be re-tested.
Learners who have already completed the course or module will not be affected by the changes.
For Moodle activity modules (e.g. files, Quizzes, etc.), please "Turn Editing On" and go to "Edit Settings" to follow the steps to edit the activity accordingly.
For file modules, you can upload a new file under "Edit Settings". :
Under the file category, either
delete the current file (as per below), or drag & drop your new file (file name must be the same) to overwrite the current file.
Please review the Activity Completion Settings and Course Completion settings afterwards to ensure the course/module is still completing accordingly.
For SCORM Activities that used e-Learning software to create (Articulate and Adobe Captivate) you will need to follow these steps.:
1. Publish and Zip your new file and ensure that it has the
same name as the current file already uploaded.
2. Login to the LearningHub
3. Go to
4. Go to Courses and locate the course
5. Click Turn Editing on
6. Click Edit next to the activity that needs to be updated and Edit Settings
7. Under the Package Section,
drag and drop the new zip file into the current file
8. Click Overwrite
9. Click Save and Return to Course
10. Once the module has been updated, please refer to the
e-Learning Course Completion Setting Guide to ensure that both the
Activity Completion and
Course Completion settings are setup properly.
Note* Follow the same procedures for updating other documents like Word, PowerPoint and PDF's