Student guides allow you to combine concepts, procedures, and exercises related to a series of tasks or a process. Student guides can include application documents and courses, as well as Microsoft Word documents. By combining related information into one booklet, you can provide your end users with an easily printable collection of relevant content.
Student guides can be published to Word format and have the file extension .usg. Published student guides can be checked into the Server as a managed document, or they can be printed out as a single file for distribution to end users.
Creating a course package allows a mobile player within a learning management system (LMS), such as ANCILE uLearn, to recognize the course structure without the course structure being created manually. Course packages can be published locally and checked into the Server for content management.
A course package allows you to publish multiple application content files into a single master SCORM package. You can combine documents and courses that are based on the same template, and specify the order in which content will be presented to the end user. When adding application source files, you have the option of selecting files that reside locally as well as on a Server. Course packages have the file extension .upc.