Inviting learners to your course
Learners can also be invited and removed from the learners section of the course overview page.
Learner invitations provide two important functions. First, invited learners are tracked by name, making it easy to see their progress and assessment scores. Second, invited learners are able to access private courses. To get started, click the “people” button.
You will see a list of any currently enrolled learners. If you have not invited anyone to take the course yet, the page will be blank.
Click invite learners at the top of the page to invite learners. A dialog box appears.
Copy the learner enrollment URL made for your course. Share this link with learners you want to track in this course.
When your learners use the link they:
- Gain access to your course (public or private)
- Become tracked learners
Resetting the link
Click “Generate new link” if you’d like to deactivate the current link and create a new one.
When you reset the link:
- Learners that have already enrolled in the course will remain enrolled in the course.
- Learners not yet enrolled in the course will not be able to enroll in the course with the old URL. They will be brought to a notification page if they try to use a voided link.
Inviting by email
Enter the email addresses of your learners in the field provided. Click “send invitations”. You can copy and paste a learner list from a spreadsheet. After pasting the list from the spreadsheet, add a comma after the final name in the Versal invite text field.
Learners will receive an email with a link reading “Start the course here”. Learners click on that link, gain access to the course, and become tracked learners.
Download a CSV file of this learner list any time by clicking the drop down arrow next to the "Invite learners" button.
A broad overview of learner status is available on this page. % PROGRESS shows you how many lessons each learner has completed.
To remove a learner from your course, click on the button next to the learner’s name you want to remove and click “remove”.