Are you helping others by sharing your knowledge and experience through online courses? Using tools like Infusionsoft and AccessAlly to for marketing, access control and course management? Using WordPress for Content Management?
For those presenting online courses with WordPress because they don’t need the complexity and full Learning Content Management System features of Blackboard, Moodle or similar tools, Page Progress Tracker enhances your learners’ experience.
Here’s an introductory look at Page Progress Tracker:
- Put a shortcode on pages where users need to be able to mark progress as in-progress, completed + bookmarked, or completed (still working on it, done but want to find it again easily or completely done, respectively).
- Put a shortcode on pages (like module or course home pages) where you want to show percentage completion of child pages (that are not parents) to show module or course completion percentage. Output is a number or a progress bar. You can put it in a sentence like “You are 50% done with this module.” or show the progress meter.
- Put a shortcode on the bottom of the page to provide automated page-to-page navigation
An additional shortcode will show a user the pages they have marked as in-progress, completed + bookmarked or completed or any combination thereof. Especially useful for showing them pages they need to finish and completed pages they wanted to be able to find again easily.
- Other capabilities include automatically generated tables of contents, dropdown menus for navigating a course or module, previous / next buttons and more.
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