Online learning opens up a range of possibilities, things that would not have been so easy to execute in a physical classroom or training. One of those examples is the select a tag activity.
Think of tags like categories assigned to learners. Do you want to show specific content to learners based on the position they have in a company? Do you want to run the same course with different cohorts, but want to make sure that learners of your summer cohort do not interact with your spring cohort during peer review sessions? Or do you want learners who are working on the same thesis topic to connect in a discussion activity? Tags make these things possible for you. In this article you can read a bit more about the different possibilities that tags open up.
🧐 How it works
The select a tag activity lets learners choose between one or multiple tags, predefined by the instructor of a course. The selected tag will be added to their user profile in the participants page of the course.
By default learners can complete the select a tag activity once they selected on or multiple tags. In the settings tab of the select a tag activity you can decide if learners should be able to complete the activity without selecting a tag.
🏗 How to set it up
Select add activities & flows
Add the select a tag activity to your course
Give your tag activity a name and description.
Go to select a tag settings and decide if learners should be able to choose one or multiple tags. Determine
Create a new tag or choose an existing tag
Decide if any newly added tags that are added to your course after setting up the activity should be automatically added to the list of selectable tags.
To learn more about the different set-up options you can find in the settings tab of the instructor review activity, please have a look at this article here.