College life can be hectic and full of distractions. This series would provide strategies to help students more effectively manage their time and ignore the distractions.
Can you block users from advancing to the next tutorial in a series until they have watched the current one in its entirety? When I view staff times with OneNote 2013, for example, it states they've viewed 1h:24m of video, but the times between videos are unrealistic - 2 or 3 seconds between videos. Or, alternately, do not award viewers the time for the video if they close out of the video prematurely.
E-mails, meetings, e-mails and more meetings. How do you get any actual work done? Learn tips for effectively managing your time and daily tasks to get the most out of your day.
When pulling content into an LMS, it would be great if selecting tutorials, there was a feature that could add up the times of the tutorials. This is handy when trying to limit how much a student views per night. For example, if a professor wants to limit students to viewing only a half hour of tutorials per night, as they are selecting the tutorials when presented , they could scroll down to see a feature letting them ...more »
It would be nice to be able to set the time zone for the users in our location, so the results in reports could reflect the time the training or the assessments took place.