Thank you for the quick response :)
To implement your solution, I need one more question answered if you don't
mind: Since automatic assignment is random, I can't use that, but I could
do manual assignment. Using manual assignment, would there be a way using
edX to ask the learner which kind of user they are (account manager or
accountant or sales person), or would that have to be done outside the
platform, and then after they signed up and were assigned by me, they would
be able to start learning?
On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 9:43:34 AM UTC-4, Andy Armstrong wrote:
> Hi Erik,
> Have you looked at using content groups to create cohort-specific content?
> This allows you to tag different content in Studio as to be shown to
> different groups. The challenge with this approach is that the schemes
> currently available for cohorting mean that you will have to manually
> segment your users.
> I hope this helps. Let me know if you'd like more details.
> - Andy
> On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 9:38 AM, Erik Van de Water <erik...@gmail.com
>> Eucalyptus 2 release if that is relevant.
>> On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 9:33:42 AM UTC-4, Erik Van de Water wrote:
>>> I am trying to make multiple courses with highly similar but not quite
>>> the same content in each of them - each course is specialized to a specific
>>> audience. I have 3 audiences: account managers, accountants, and sales
>>> people, and each needs to share about 80% of core content, with about 20%
>>> being specific to the audience.
>>> However, I don't want to do a bunch of rework to create these slightly
>>> different courses (i.e. have to create each course manually as if it is
>>> completely new as opposed to sharing the core content with the other
>>> What I have looked into:
>>> - Libraries - Seems to be only for randomized content/questions
>>> - Cohorts - Does not seem to provide distinction between different
>>> groups other than in discussions, automatic assignment seems arbitrary
>>> - Putting all content in one course and having students skip
>>> sections unrelated to their specific track - Not sure how grading works
>>> with this (can someone take the final without having gone through all
>>> course content, can there be different final exams for each kind of
>>> student?). Also just a little less professional than I'd like (but this
>>> isn't a deal breaker, getting grading right would make this a good
>>> Thank you for any help! :)
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