Has anyone put together a process to help users minimize clicks within the system? We want to make it as quick and easy as possible to access content but the standard "enroll" procedure requires too many steps for microlearning.
Hey Jeff Atkinson Welcome to the Bridge Community! I think you are in good company because I was able to find some older ideas that did not receive enough votes to stay open but helped me find some people who also seem to want a way to streamline access to some content as well. Kenneth Baucum started this discussion, Course registration: Option to bypass the "enrollment" page and it looks like Tasha (Weiwei you might also find this interesting), Pete, and Holly all commented in support. At the moment, I don't think there is a single right answer to this question so I am going to conver it to a discussion like your other post, Learning library as landing page.
Just spitballing here, but what if you created your own type of "catalog" by putting courses in a program and allow people to complete the courses in any order. Then, enroll everyone by default in the program so it is available on their My Learning page. They could go into the program and take whatever courses they want. They could also go into the learning library and click start on a course and it would just fire up because they are technically already enrolled in it. Would something like that serve as a decent work around?
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