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Gestion des cours :

Cours, lecons, vidéos, quizs, questions, examens, commandes, matériels et étudiants.

How to add a course
How to add a new course and set it up? Look for the answers in this article and learn how to add and maintain courses with the easy-to-use LMS via both backend and frontend builder.
Add a new course via Backend Course Builder
MasterStudy LMS course builder allows users to create beautiful and practical online courses.
The first thing you need to do is go to the STM LMS > Courses. Click the Add New button and start creating content for your new course.
After that, you will be redirected to the course editing page. This page is divided into different sections: content, course curriculum, course settings, publishing options.
Add a title to the course and enter the description.
Create a thorough Curriculum for your course.
In this step, you can add new sections, lessons, quizzes, and assignments to the course. If you want to use existed lessons or quizzes, use the Search option and choose one from early created.
Add a title to your lesson or quiz and click Enter to add a new item.
For lesson:
For quiz:
Once you added the items you can easily edit them, just hover over the lesson/quiz and click Edit.
You can also change the order of the items by using the drag and drop tool.
Use the Search tab to search for the existed lesson. After you click on the tab, a new popup will open. Here you can find a Search field where you can enter the title of the lesson/quiz and select the needed one from the list. Just check the required items and click Add selected.
Add a new course via Frontend Course Builder
If there are many instructors registered, they can use our frontend course builder. Each of the instructors will have its personal Admin panel or Profile page. This panel is very easy to use. To add a new course, go to your profile and click the Add New Course button.
MS LMS > Lessons menu on the WordPress dashboard includes your Lessons list. The lessons’ content can be edited with Gutenberg and using one of the WPBakery or Elementor page builders depending on the choice made during demo import. Also, you can add the lesson’s featured image and set up publishing parameters.
The Lesson settings section allows you to choose:
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    Lesson Duration: Any information about the duration of the lesson;
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    Lesson Preview: Makes the Lesson open/private for visitors;
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    Lesson Frontend Description: Description of the Lesson that will be visible in the Course Curriculum;
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    Lesson Materials: Files that can be used during the lesson.
 
When the eRoom plugin is installed and the Zoom Conference addon is enabled in MS LMS, the Zoom Confirence lesson type will be available with additional settings.
 
 
Want your lessons to be more exciting? Just add video content to the lesson. It is very easy to do by means of the Video lesson type. While creating or editing lessons it is required to select the Video lesson type and choose one of the available video sources:
 
Important: The video upload is only active for Video Type lessons. Don’t forget to specify the lesson type.
In MS LMS > Settings > Course it is required to select the preferred video sources, so instructors could choose one of them for the Video lesson type.
HTML (MP4) Source type
HTML (MP4) Source type allows instructors directly upload video files to the lesson.
Lesson settings include the following options for HTML (MP4) Source type:
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    Lesson video: By clicking the upload button video file can be selected from Media Gallery. If the video does not exist on the Media Gallery, it is possible to select it from the computer and upload it to the lesson.
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    Lesson video poster: The preview image that displays before playing the video.
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    Lesson video width: Maximum Video Width.
 
Please note: The loading speed can be decreased after video upload depending on server limits, and if the video doesn’t upload it is required to check server parameters.
The process is similar for the frontend course builder too.
 
Students can continue watching the video from the point they stopped before, so even returning to the lesson day after they still can continue from the minute they left.
 
We recommend using CDN to improve the site speed and performance if uploading large video files is planned. It will be better if large files are uploaded on external video hostings like YouTube or Vimeo to save limits on the hosting side.
YouTube Source type
YouTube Source type allows instructors to add videos to the lesson from popular video hosting.
Lesson settings include the following options for YouTube Source type:
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    YouTube video URL: The direct URL of the video that can be copied from the Browser address bar:
The process is similar for the frontend course builder too:
Vimeo Source type
Vimeo Source type allows instructors to add videos to the lesson from popular video hosting.
Lesson settings include the following options for Vimeo Source type:
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    Vimeo video URL: The direct URL of the video that can be copied from the Browser address bar:
The process is similar for the frontend course builder too:
External Link Source type allows instructors to insert direct links to the videos from external sources:
Lesson settings include the following options for External Link Source type:
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    External link: The direct URL of the video that ends with an extension of the file: https://site-name.domain/videos/sample.mp4
The process is similar for the frontend course builder too:
Embed Source type
Embed Source type allows instructors to embed videos from external sources:
Lesson settings include the following options for Embed Source type:
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    Embed iFrame content: The embed code of the video that can be copied from the player or while sharing:
The following code is a sample for embed code:
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<iframe allowtransparency=true title=Wistia video player allowFullscreen frameborder=0 scrolling=no class=wistia_embed name=wistia_embed src=https://fast.wistia.net/embed/iframe/1w9z4zg847 width=400 height=225></iframe>
 
The process is similar for the frontend course builder too:
Shortcode Source type
Using the shortcode, it is possible to display videos in the lesson content processed by other additional plugins.
Lesson settings include the following options for Shortcode Source type:
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    Shortcode: The code can be copied out from the third-party plugin which can process videos.
The following code is a sample for shortcode:
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[video_player id=401]
 
The process is similar for the frontend course builder too:
Presto Player Source type
 
This source type is available when the Presto Player plugin is installed and activated.
Using the Presto Player source type allows selecting a video that was edited using the Presto Player plugin that takes video to another level and delights viewers will a modern video experience.
Lesson settings include the following options for Presto Player Source type:
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    Presto Player videos: Select one of the available videos that were edited using the Presto Player plugin.
The process is similar for the frontend course builder too:
 
 
A quiz can be created via the STM LMS > Quizzes menu. Each Quiz may include unlimited Questions. You can add either existing questions to your Quiz or create a new one via Add new question field.
Quiz
Let’s have a look at the quiz page:
Quiz settings include the following options:
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    Quiz Frontend Description: Description of the Lesson;
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    Quiz duration: duration in minutes/hours/days;
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    Show correct answer: displays the correct answer at the end of the Quiz;
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    Passing grade: Minimum percentage of correct answers for passing the quiz;
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    Points total cut after re-take: Quiz re-take cut percentage;
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    Randomize Questions: enable automate question randomizer.
Quiz Questions
Under the Quiz Question section, you can add questions to the quiz.
Select the question type from the dropdown menu, enter question title and click Add question.
Once you added the new question, you can add an answer to it, change its type, delete or change the order.
You can find all your questions under STM LMS > Questions menu. Question type can be Single Choice, Multi Choice, True or False, Item Match, Image Match, Keywords, Fill the Gap.
Follow the link to learn more about questions, types and related settings:
 
Questions
 
Besides this, Quiz Questions section allows you to set Question bank and use the searching feature.
Quiz Paginated Style
To organize a quiz view in a more convenient way you can choose the appropriate Quiz style. Quiz style allows you to display all questions at once (on one page) or break them down into many pages, so one separate question will be displayed on a separate page.
To select the Quiz Style follow Dashboard > STM LMS Settings > Quiz and choose the needed option. This setting will be applied to all the quizzes on your site.
If you’d like to apply the style to one exact quiz only, follow Quizzes > Quiz Name (select the quiz). On the editing page go to the Quiz Settings section and select the needed option from the dropdown for Quiz Style.
Default – uses the style specified in the LMS ‘Quiz’ settings. One page – displays all the questions on one page. Pagination – displays questions on separate pages.
Front-end view:
One page
Pagination
Question Bank
Switch to the tab of Question Bank. Here you can add the name of the new bank which is literally a group of questions that relate to a similar topic. Set the number of questions allowed in the bank.
Switch to the Search tab. The new popup window will open.
You can use the search field and search for questions. Also, you can select questions from the list. Just check the needed items and click Add selected questions.
Quiz Review
Check quiz results using the Quiz Review option.
Conduct a full review of students’ quiz attempts. Look through their answers and analyze their results.
Go to Manage students from the needed course.
Select the student from the list whose answers you want to check and click Progress.
Click on the required quiz to see the data.
You can see every learner’s answer in the quiz. The correct answers are colored in green, incorrect answers indicated with red marks.
You can also see the number of attempts and passing percentage.
Click on Show students answers to see the answers and quiz details.
It will help you to get statistics and identify where the common issues arise, so in the future, you can improve the quiz or detect what topics and questions might need revision.
Masterstudy prepared for you a variety of Quiz Questions, starting from the classical True or False and ending with the challenging Keywords. Don’t bore your students with typical tasks. They will be more interested in taking quizzes if there would be a wide range of options available.
You can open Quiz Questions settings by different means:
Go to STM LMS > Quizzes > Add new/Select from the list > Quiz Questions.
Add a title for the question, select its type, and click Enter.
Or go to STM LMS > Questions > Question Settings
Use the Frontend Course Builder.
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Add a new Course or open the one you created before. Go straight to the Curriculum section. Add a new quiz and open its settings in order to add a new question.
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When the question is added, you can proceed to the Question Settings and set up the question type.
Question Settings on the Question editing page:
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Choose the question type and enter the answers.
There are 7 types of quiz questions available:
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    Single Choice
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    Multi Choice
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    True or False
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    Item Match
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    Image Match
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    Keywords
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    Fill the Gap
Single Choice
These questions allow choosing only one answer from the list offered. Once you selected the type of question as a Single choice, add several answers and mark one of them as correct.
You can add a picture to your question. Answers can be displayed both as text and as text with pictures.
In space provided, you can also add an explanation which will be shown in Show Answer section.
Students’ view of quiz with a single choice question:
Multi Choice
One of the most popular types of questions which shows several answers to a question and more than one answer can be selected.
Choose the Multi Choice type for the quiz and write the answers. You can select several answers as correct.
You can add a picture to your question. Answers can be displayed both as text and as text with pictures.
In space provided, you can also add an explanation which will be shown in Show Answer section.
Student’s view:
True or False
One more well-known form of Closed-Ended Question where there are only 2 choices for the answer, which are either True or False. Select True or False in Question Type.
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Answers will be generated automatically as there are only two options available. You just need to mark the correct one.
Student’s view:
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Item match
In Item matching, you ask the learner to match two sets of data. Here you provide several phrases or words and, for instance, divide them into two columns. The goal for a student is to connect the phrase from the left side with the matching one on the opposite. In other words, link images or phrases with each other.
Choose the Item Match type and enter the matching pairs in the boxes Question and Match respectively.
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Student’s view:
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Image Match
In Image Match type of questions students are asked to match pairs from different pictures:
Here you can create pairs, import pictures, select orientation and add descriptions.
Student’s view:
Students should drag and drop pictures to create logical pairs. Correct and incorrect pairs can be displayed after submitting a quiz:
Keywords
Keywords ask students to enter their answers in the provided boxes. They can write more than one answer at a time. Their answers should coincide with the keywords you entered.
Select the Keywords in Question type. Enter the answers in the space provided.
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Student’s view:
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Fill the Gap
A Fill the Gap question provides to the student space where they should enter their answer – complete the sentence with 1-2 words. This excludes any guessing and checks the actual knowledge of learners.
Select Fill the Gap Type. Type the text, which will be your task, and do as it is shown in the example. Separate the future answers (missing words for the students) with the “|” symbol.
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Student’s view:
 
Users can leave reviews for Courses and you can see all reviews under STM LMS > Reviews menu:
 
You can check orders through STM LMS > Orders:
Admin can see the order details and change its status from Pending to Complete or Canceled:
Add a new category from the admin panel
To add a new course category, follow Dashboard > STM LMS Settings > Courses Category. There are already lots of categories coming with the demo content that you can use for your courses such as Art, Music, Photography with a variety of subcategories. Or you can also create a new one.
Enter the name for the new category. You can also upload an image for it, select the icon and color and provide the description.
Click the Add New Course category button to save the changes and add a new category.
Also, you can create a new category directly from the course editing page.
Add a new category from the instructor account
Besides this, instructors are also allowed to add new categories for the courses. To enable this feature website admin need to go to LMS Settings > Course and enable the option Allow instructors to create new categories.
After this, instructors will be able to add categories via frontend course builder. Reveal the dropdown menu of the Category and choose the option Add new category.
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Course & Lesson materials feature allows instructors to attach various types of files to the courses and lessons.
Course Materials
Course files can be uploaded from the backend panel, as well as by using the frontend course builder, which is especially beneficial for instructors.
To add a file go to STM LMS > Courses, select the course you want to edit. In the course settings, you will find the Course Files section. Upload the file by clicking on the Plus button and enter the title.
You can add absolutely different types of files. Students will be able to download all the attachments.
In exactly the same order you can upload files using the frontend course builder. Just select the course you want to edit and use the tools under the Course Files in the Course Description Section.
Below is the course page view, where all the attachments are available under the course description.
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Lesson Materials
In addition to course files, you can add attachments to the specific lessons. To do so, go to Lessons and select the lesson you want to add files to. Or you can access the exact lesson from the Course curriculum. In the lesson settings, you will find the Lesson Materials section. Simply use the Plus button to add a new attachment, title it and save.
You can easily delete any attachment and view the file.
For instructors using the frontend builder the process of uploading the files is the same. Go to Lesson Settings > Lesson materials section to add a new lesson file.
In each lesson, students can find the attachment with the name and size specifications and easily download them.
 
You can manage students’ activities and students in the convenient admin panel.
To open it go to STM LMS > Courses, select the course you need. Opposite the course name, you can find the Manage Students button. Click on it. Thus you will open the page where you can add and manage students in this specific course.
On the Manage Students page, you can find the full list of the course students.
Here you can add students by clicking on Add Student button.
You can search for students also.
When hovering over one student, you will see his progress in percentage. Also, you can delete the student from the course.
Or you can click on the Progress button to open the page with the detailed data about student’s performance
On this page, you can check the performance of a student more precisely and see the completed lessons and tasks. In addition to this, you can reset the results and mark, for example, a complete lesson as unfinished (just uncheck the item).

Gestion des options :

Prérequis, Tests, Essais, Contenus, Carnet de note, Streaming, Groupes, Missions, Double instructeur, Zoom, Points et Gestionnaire de contenu.

You can enable the Prerequisites addon in the STM LMS > LMS Settings > Addons section of the WordPress dashboard menu.
After, you need to edit a course and set up the prerequisites’ settings of a course in the Course Prerequisites section. There, you can add courses that should be completed before purchasing this course. Also, you can specify the passing rate (%) of a prerequisite course.
If students want to enroll in the course, they will see that it has a prerequisite, so they need to accomplish it first.
 
You can enable the Online Testing addon in the STM LMS > LMS Settings > Addons section of the WordPress dashboard menu.
By clicking on the Gear icon or following STM LMS Settings > Online Testing from the dashboard, you will find a shortcode that you need to use in order to paste a quiz to any page.
Go to the Quizzes page and add a new Quiz (see this article to learn how to create and add quizzes)
 
Create a quiz and insert a shortcode with quiz ID on a page. Shortcode: [stm_lms_quiz_online id=QUIZ_ID_HERE]
On the Quiz editing page from your right, you can see the Online Testing with the ready-to-use shortcode in there. Just copy the shortcode and paste it to the page.
On this particular page, there will be a quiz you created that you can start and finish.
 
Please note that Quiz results are connected to the user’s IP address, that is why the result will be the same in different browsers.
 
To enable Trial courses go to the STM LMS > Addons and enable it.
Click on the Shareware menu, which will appear on the dashboard after enabling the addon and enter the number of free lessons you want to be in the course, Save Settings.
Now, when you create a new or edit an existed course (see this article to learn how to add and edit Courses) in the Course Settings section under the Settings tab enable the Trial Course feature by dragging the slider to the right.
Saved settings (number of free lessons) will be applied automatically to the course. Students will be able to complete free lessons on the trial course without purchasing. The rest of the content will be accessible only after they buy the course.
Once the free trial lesson is completed, a student will be offered to buy the course to unlock the rest of the content.
 
There are several options for how you can set the sequence for course content.
If you open the Sequential Drip Content menu from the dashboard and enable the option Lock lessons sequentially. Lessons will be locked in terms of the order and students will not be able to get access to the second lesson until they complete the first one.
You can use the Lock lesson before it starts option, so the lesson will be locked till its start time. Go to the Lesson editing page (Select Lesson > Edit > Lesson Settings), and in lesson settings specify the start date and time.
The lesson will be unlocked at its start time (for example at 6:50 PM as on screenshot), until then students will be able to track the countdown.
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Another option, that you can use is to unlock the lesson after a certain time after the purchase. Just enable this function in the Lesson Settings section.
During this time students will see the countdown until the lesson start time.
Plus, you can set the sequence depending on your preferences and course requirements.
On the course editing page, go to Sequential Drip Content and add a parent lesson and child lesson. Find additional settings on the Edit Course page (STM LMS > Courses > Select a course > Content Drip).
Add lesson dependency, enter the lesson title in the field provided, and select the item from the drop-down menu.
Students will unlock the next lesson only after they complete the parent one. As soon as you set up the sequence of the lessons, lessons that are not available will be marked as locked.
 
Instructors can get access to the Gradebook from their profile pages.
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By clicking on Gradebook you will open a new page with the list of your courses. Select the course you need to load statistics. You can see overall information like the number of students enrolled, and load the statistic for one student and see his or her progress.
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nce enabled you can change the lesson type to Live Stream (you can select the type in Lesson settings on the lesson editing page).
You will be able to set additional options like specify the stream start/end time and date.
Use YouTube or Vimeo to launch a live stream lesson.
 
Learn here how to use live streaming on Youtube.
Further, you need just to embed a stream directly into the lesson. Don’t forget to make the stream private, so only users with the link can access ut. Once you set up the video on YouTube, click on the Share button under the player.
Next, in the popup find the button Embed and click on it.
Now you will see the iframe code where you need to copy just a part of it. The link should include “embed” word. Copy the link as shown in the image below.
Use this link to add the video to the lesson page. Just paste it in the Lesson video URL field.
Using Frontend builder
Also, you can open any course straight from your profile page via frontend builder and choose one lesson in your Сurriculum.
Go straight to the Lesson Settings. From suggested options on Lesson Type choose Stream in the drop-down menu. Next, set the time and date for the stream and add the video URL.
Before the Live Stream, students will see the countdown till the start time. For the correctness of the countdown pay attention to the Time Zone you set.
The time zone automatically updates from WordPress General settings. So if you need to change it, follow the general settings (Settings > General).
To activate Group Courses feature, click STM LMS > LMS Settings > Addons. Find Group Courses Addon and Enable it.
Click on the Gear icon or follow STM LMS > Enterprise Course Settings and specify the number of members allowed to participate in the course.
After you enabled the Group Course Addon you can find additional options in the Course Settings under the Course Price section. Set an Enterprise Price in a blank space provided.
Update your course info and sell classes not only for individuals but also for groups.
For users, it is really easy to add a group just by using the profile menu. There will be included a new tab called Groups. By opening it user can add a new group. There are two options for creating a group.
Either import multiple groups via CSV or add a new group by entering users’ emails manually.
How to import groups via CSV
First of all, you need to create a CSV with your group details.
 
You can download the sample CSV here.
After, click on the Import Groups button to upload your groups.
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When the loading process ends the list of groups will appear in the left box.
Select a group to edit the name or add new members to that group.
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How to add a group manually
Enter a group name and add the email addresses of members in the left box.
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Also, you can add groups right from the course page. Open up the course and click on the Buy For Group button.
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In a popup window, you will be asked to create a group. Enter the group name and add users by entering their emails.
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Now you can purchase courses for your groups.
 
Click on the Gear icon or follow STM LMS > Assignment Settings to open the addon’s options.
On the settings page, you can indicate the number of allowed attachments, specify the maximum size per file upload and the number of allowed attempts to pass the task, and enter file extensions allowed to upload.
Go to STM LMS > Assignments and Add a new assignment.
Add a title to your assignment, description, and requirements. As we have two types of Assignments – Uploads and Essays, clarify the requirements of the project in the assignment description.
Assignments also can be added from the course curriculum section.
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Enter the title and add a new assignment to the course. If you click on the edit button, you will be redirected to the editing page.
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If you use the Frontend Course Builder, then open your Profile Page. Select any course and open Curriculum. Under the Add course data section add a new Assignment.
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Once you created an assignment, find it in the list and fill it out as you need.
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Add content and Save Changes.
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If you want to check students’ progress on the assignment, there is an easy way to do it. Click on the Assignments in the profile menu.
Choose the assignment you want to check and load statistics.
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See the students’ status for a selected assignment.
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Attempts limit
Limit the number of attempts the students can take to pass the assignment.
Go to Assignment settings from your Dashboard menu and specify the number of attempts allowed.
You can also go to the specific assignment and open an editing page (Dashboard > Assignments) and in the Assignment Settings section set the attempts limit.
Manage assignments from the Admin Dashboard
Website admin can check the assignments using the Dashboard.
In order to review the assignment, follow the Students Assignments menu. The page includes all the submitted assignments. You can filter the list by student name or by course.
Select the required item, open it, and go to the Assignment section. The Assignment Review option allows you to change its status and add Editor comment.
Point System Settings
In the Point System Setting, there are 2 tabs – Interface and Pont Distribution.
In Interface, you need to:
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    add a new image that will typify your points;
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    enter a Point Label;
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    specify the point rate – any number that you want to be equal to USD 1;
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    enable the affiliate points – your users can share their affiliate link, and get points for the activity of users, they invited;
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    affiliate points percent – set the number of percents, the user will receive from the affiliate;
In Points Distribution you can set the point amount for each activity on your site. For example, for registration on the website, a user gets 50 points.
Admins and students can check the number of gained points on the profile page. Just click on the Earning history to see the points you gained.
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By clicking on How to get more? students can open the page with the Points Distribution and learn what activities can bring them more points.
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The admin can access the Point Statistics from the dashboard.
On the Student Points page, you can check all students’ points, and edit and delete if needed.
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When a student wants to buy a new course there will be an additional option of buying it for points. Also, learners will be shown the exact amount they lack to purchase.
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Affiliate Link is an additional feature in the Point Reward System. An amazing opportunity to add affiliate marketing and transform it into a game.
How to use Affiliate Points?
First of all, you need to activate the Affiliate Points. Go to STM LMS > Point System Settings and Enable Affiliate Points. Then, set the amount of percents students will receive from the affiliate.
After this, students will be able to copy and share the link which will be available on the profile page. It allows them to earn points for the activities of users they invited via that link.
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Let students earn points for referring visitors and sign-ups.
 
The option ‘Add Co-instructor’ will be accessible from the course page for admin and instructors. You can open any existed course or create one and a new option will be available on the course settings page.
Find the ‘Add Co-instructor’ between the Teacher and Category options on the course settings page.
 
Please note you can add a user as co-instructor only if he or she is registered on the website as Instructor (user role).
When hovering over the Add co-instructor option you will be able to select instructors from the dropdown add one to the course.
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Once the plugin is installed you can open the Zoom settings. On your dashboard panel, you now can find the eRoom menu. Click on the Zoom Settings option to set it up (eRoom > Zoom Settings).
You will be required to enter some credentials: API Key and API Secret Key. You can collect these credentials on Zoom App Marketplace. Follow this link: https://marketplace.zoom.us/ to obtain your API Key/Secret.
How to Obtain APIs
You will be required to enter some credentials: JWT API and Meeting SDK APIs. You can collect these credentials on Zoom App Marketplace. To collect credentials, follow to Zoom App Marketplace: https://marketplace.zoom.us/ and login into your existing Zoom account. If a Zoom account does not exist, it should be created using this link.
 
You can follow the link provided on the page and follow the guide on how to create a JWT App for your website: https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/guides/getting-started/app-types/create-jwt-app
On Zoom App Marketplace page click on the Develop button and from the dropdown menu select the option Build App.
On opened page App type should be selected to generate credentials.
eRoom requires JWT API and Meeting SDK APIs to connect with Zoom and use its functionalities.
JWT (JSON WEB TOKEN) Credentials
 
The Zoom API uses JSON Web Tokens (JWT) to authenticate account-level access. This token is used to build an app that supports server-to-server integration with Zoom services without a need for user authorization.
Among available Apps select JWT type and click Create to generate APIs.
Then, in Popup window set a name for App:
Then, it is required to add information for the app such as email, and description in Information section. In Information section it is required to fill out following fields:
  • 1.

    Company Name
  • 2.

    Developer Contact Name
  • 3.

    Developer Contact Email
As soon as App created API credentials will be generated automatically in App Credentials section:
Copy the API Key and API Secret Key and paste them in the respective fields on the Zoom Settings page in your dashboard.
 
Under the API Key field, you can also find the link to the guide on how to obtain the credentials.
Meeting SDK Credentials
 
Zoom Meeting SDK offers video-conferencing features that mirror the meeting experience in the Zoom Client. Meeting SDK is required to make Join In Browser work.
Among available Apps select Meeting SDK API type and click