With our Biz and Enterprise accounts, we allow our Learning Content Creators to create multiple courses. You should be having one of those licences. Please follow the steps below to create/update content in a particular course.
Step 1: Sign into the QuoDeck application using your Trainer account.
Step 2: Click on Library tab in left menu
Step 3: Locate the course, in which you want to create/update content
Step 4: Click on “Edit Course” that appears on given course card.
Step 5: Now your desired course is selected for editing/updating.
Step 6: Go to Create tab in the left menu, and you can create/edit/update content.
Well, let me brief you a bit on this, which will make things clear to understand.
The score displayed on the card is actually the score of the assessment which is marked as “Final Assessment” by your trainer while creating the course. If your trainer has not marked any assessment as final assessment or simply there is no assessment in your course at all, then this score will be displayed as zero.
4 steps to help you keep a track of time that you spend on a course;
Step 1: Login into your QuoDeck Learning Application
Step 2: Visit Progress Report section.
Step 3: Locate the course card for desired course.
Step 4: On this card, you can find your total time spent on given course
We currently have 3 plans.
A FREE Plan in which you can create your content content with total disk usage limited upto 100mb and user limit upto 25 users.
Then we have a Pro plan, in which you can create your content with total disk usage limited up-to 1GB and user limit up-to 250 users.
We also offer a Biz plan, which lets you create your content with total disk usage limited up-to 5GB and user limit up-to 1000 users, with additional functionalities like ability to create multiple courses, interactive learning content creator tool, white labeled mobile app and more…
Definitely, QuoDeck offers you a FREE plan in which you can create content having up-to 100 mb of storage space and user limit up-to 25 users. You can anytime upgrade your plan to our Pro, Biz or Enterprise licences.
Simply signup to get started with your free account, visit https://www.quodeck.com
Yes, you can. Ruby offers a data structure called Array using which you can store multiple values in a single element. Let’s look at an example.
Variable with single assigned value:
user_limit = 250
Variable with multiple assigned values:
users = [‘john’, ‘kevin’, ‘jay’, ‘navin’]
This is an array, and you can store more than one value in an array like this.