Dive into SumTotal Learn 19.3

We always appreciate a good user experience, and SumTotal 19.3 is bringing us a better experience and improved tools for administrators across the entire suite. This release includes improvements to employee development, social and gamification tools, talent management, and reporting and analytics. Our focus this month is on improvements in SumTotal learn. We will take a deep dive into SumTotal Learn in our Lunch & Learn on October 30 to explore new versioning options, the SCORM update, and other changes that will be important to administrators. Here’s a peek at what’s coming in the webinar. New Versioning Options New enhancements give administrators a lot more control over managing and launching Versions and their versions and new options to control how each Versional operates. (A Versional is the parent activity that hosts all your versions.) New settings enable you to use Versional group assignments to control whether users are automatically assigned or assigned and registered and automatically adjust due dates. Using the TMU file, you can now modify any updatable properties for any version that hasn’t reached its effective date, and use new fields to control personal assignments, enrollment options, and date options. You can now require learners to complete all active versions of a Versional. This is a domain-level setting. You can also control this requirement on the activity level on the Grading and Completion properties page and in the Training Migration Tool (TMU) source file. You can download the SumTotal Learn 19.3 Versioning User Guide now from SumTotalConnect. SCORM Update New SCORM 2004 4th Edition support is a minor change for administrators and invisible to users but will have a noticeable impact on learning design. Designers can make learning more flexible and adaptable because they are no longer limited to only the navigation calls available to learners. They can initiate “jump” navigation calls from a Shared Content Object (SCO), giving them more sequencing options to make learning more adaptable. Progress measures data can be rolled up with activities having different weights, making progress bars more accurate. SCOs can share data to enable designers to create cohesive sequenced content. Objectives data can be shared with other SCOs and courses via global objectives, enabling simpler and more effective creative sequencing. Continue reading this blog from below url https://blog.pixentia.com/dive-into-sumtotal-learn-19.3

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