Log into the Zunos Admin console
Navigate to 'Drive' in Zunos
Create a Folder in the 'Live Content' section called: 'My First Course'
We now need to get some content into your 'My First Course' folder.
A couple of options if you have content:
Upload videos and other content types
Create new content pages
Link to online bookmarks with a URL, like YouTube or TED talks
Make sure all your content is set to 'Active'
Tip: if you don't have any content, add these three Ted Talks as Web Page Links to get started:
Build a Course
Next, let's build a course.
In the 'My First Course' folder, create a new Course found in the 'Add Content' menu.
Add a title that works for you.
Add a new module and name it.
Click the Arrow on the module to expand out the Content Drog zone.
Find the content or links you added to the 'My First Course' folder and drag from the 'Live Content' tree into the into the Module
Check your settings, we're going to auto add to our users' 'To Do' list by checking the 'Add to Users "My Course" List' toggle.
Make sure the Course is set to 'Active'.
There is a more detailed explanation of courses here: Creating courses in Zunos
Tip: if you leave the 'Add to Users "My Course" List' disabled then the user can search for it by clicking on the ' + Add Course' in their app.
Assigning to Learners
In Zunos once something is 'active' in Drive, everyone will have access by default.
Tip: If you need to restrict access use the 'Groups & Teams' feature.
Check the 'Settings' section of your Course to find this option. You will need to setup a group and add your users to that group first. Users can be added to and removed from groups.
Tip: Administrators of your Zunos accounts are not restricted by the Groups & Teams setting. An administrator will see all content regardless.
Check the App
Go to the Courses section under 'Short Cuts'
Check out your new Course!
Going more Advanced?
To take your Courses to the next level.
Consider adding to your modules
Quiz Knowledge Checks
Assignments and Workshop forms.
Making your modules and content sequential.
Check out this advanced user guide to building a Training Program with Zunos