Learning Activity Player

This section guides you on the Learning Activity Players with information on:

  • Familiarity with the type of Learning Activity Players
  • How to use and navigate the Course player
  • How to use and navigate the Video player

The Learning Activity player is the interface on which the Learner will view and interact with learning content.

The system provides two types of Learning Activity players:

  • Video Player – User interface for Webinars and F2F Training category Learning Activities
  • Course Player – User interface for Course category Learning Activities

Video Player

This section will enable you with information on how to use the Video Player.

  • Webinars and Face-to-Face (F2F) Training activities are instructor-led, video-based learning objects.
  • When a user launches a Webinar or F2F activity, the video player will launch within an in-app pop-up screen. Jump to view instructions on how to launch a Webinar or F2F Training.
  • To close or abandon the activity, you can click the [X] at the top right-hand corner of the pop-up screen to successfully close a Webinar or F2F activity.

The video player contains the following key features:

Play/Pause Button

To start or stop the video at any point during the lesson.

Progress Bar

To view the progress of the watched versus the remaining length of the video.

Skip Buttons

To skip 15 seconds forward or backwards on the video.

Volume Control

Hover over the volume button to view the horizontal volume control bar. Users can increase the sound by dragging the level controller to the right or decrease the sound by dragging the level controller to the left. Click the volume icon to mute the sound.

Timer

To view the elapsed video time versus the total video time.

Settings

To adjust the video playback resolution (quality) or view the video at an increased or decreased speed.

Screen Expander

View the video in full screen by clicking the screen expander button located at the right-hand corner of the video player. To collapse the screen, click the button again.

Course Player

This section will enable you with information on how to use the Course Player.

  • Course category Learning Activities are interactive learning objects that allow Learners to visually understand and virtually interact with modular based lessons.
  • A Course activity will load within an in-app pop-up screen.

Course Player Navigation

The Course Player consists of two main navigations:
(1) Hamburger Menu
(2) Progress Bar
Hamburger Menu: Located on the top right corner of the Course Player, the hamburger menu is represented by the following icon.

Figure M: Course Play Hamburger Menu Icon

  • Toggle the menu to view the course lesson structure and click on any module name from within the menu to jump to a specific lesson.
  • Click the home icon located at the top right-hand corner inside the hamburger menu to navigate to the starting slide of the lesson.
  • Learners can toggle the hamburger menu to track the lesson progress on a module level. Completed modules will appear with a tick icon next to the name of the module.
  • Click on [EXIT] located at the bottom of the hamburger menu to close the lesson. Click [Save & Exit] on the pop-up screen to ensure your progress is saved.

Progress Bar: Located on the bottom of the Course Player, the Progress Bar consists of four (04) key elements:

(1) The number of slides within the course
(2) The course name
(3) The course completion percentage bar
(4) The course slider navigation arrows, represented by the following left [<] and right [>] arrow icons

Figure N: Course Player Slider Navigation Arrows

Course Player Features:

Users can progress through the course by interacting with each slide. Use the course slider navigation arrows [<] and [>] to progress forward or backwards between slides.

Each slide may contain instructor-led audio lessons, video lessons or clickable interactive learning elements.

Audio and video lessons will begin when the user clicks the play button on the screen.

The course video player contains the key features listed below:

Play/Pause Button

To start or stop the video at any point during the lesson.

Progress Bar

To view the progress of the watched versus the remaining length of the video.

Skip Buttons

To skip 15 seconds forward or backwards on the video.

Volume Control

Hover over the volume button to view the horizontal volume control bar. Users can increase the sound by dragging the level controller to the right or decrease the sound by dragging the level controller to the left. Click the volume icon to mute the sound.

Timer

To view the elapsed video time versus the total video time.

Closed Captions

Click on the Closed Caption icon to view the text version of the spoken content.

Screen Expander

View the video in full screen by clicking the screen expander button located at the right-hand corner of the video player. To collapse the screen, click the button again.

Interactive Learning Slides

Slides may contain interactive learning elements which users can click, drag and toggle to view the course content.

Surveys, questions and feedback forms are integrated within the course slides, allowing users to provide comments directly on the course. Users must click the [Submit] button on the screen to confirm the feedback has been captured.

Course Resources

Certain courses contain resource hubs where users can view additional learning collateral such as product user guides, feature release notes and FAQs.

Resources can be accessed through the Hamburger menu, located at the bottom of the menu above the [Exit] button. Click [Resources] to view the available resources.

Exiting the Course Player

To close or abandon the current course, users must first save their progress and exit the lesson to ensure their progress is captured.

To close the course, click on the Hamburger Menu icon and locate the [Exit] option located at the bottom of the menu.
Click on [Exit] to view the exit intent pop-up screen. Click [Save & Exit] on the pop-up screen to ensure user progress is saved on the system.

Once complete, the user may close the window by clicking [X].