Log in or Sign up
iPath Rundown - OLD
Last Updated: May 12, 2015 at 1:50 PM
iPath is used by you as the client admin/leader of a course to control the way users navigate the course and control the outcome based on the choices they make in the course.
In iPath, there are
Events- the action of the user
Conditions- a specific way the user must do the action (this is optional) and an
Action- the result when the user completes the action, or the action correctly if there is a condition on the event.
To set up iPath, think about what you want the user to do, and what you want to happen when they do it. We have created a document to help you write out your plan:
iPath Set Up Sheet
iPath is specific to each section. Start by going to the section you want to create artificial intelligence in.
in the Class Admin
Walk through the set up
The editor starts with one thing
If you want to apply an event to all the pages, keep it on Apply to all pages and add the event.
Otherwise select the page you want to set up
If the event and action is based on just the user viewing the page and not a specific tool in the section, leave it at Apply to all layouts and add an event
Otherwise, select New Layout
The list of tools will appear next. Again, if the event is for all tools, leave on Apply to all tools.
Otherwise, select the tool you want to work with from the drop down. The tools are named as you have named them in the section.
For example, “Youtube” is the video in the web content tool in my section.
and then click
These are the different events you can select:
User answers question
User Finishes an Assignment
User finishes Video
User Reviews Assignment
User Starts Video
User is watching video
These event options might change when you are working with different tools
I am going to select
User is watching video
. I don’t want to give it it’s own title, so I leave that blank, and click
The options for conditions and actions now appear
To set a condition (optional)
to see what Conditions go with what Events
I want to make it so the user watches 10 seconds of the video, so I select the second option and click
In the next screen, I add “10s” as the duration for 10 seconds. A description on how to insert durations is below that box. Click
To add an action,
A list of action options will appear.
for an overview of each Action
At 10 seconds, I want the video to stop so I select
One more screen appears and I click
After the video stops, I want the user to be taken to a new page, so I
The action I select is
On the next screen I determine which page I want the user to be taken to
I now have iPath set up for that page.
To apply it, I must hit
at the bottom right corner. Once Applied, the iPath is set and will have to be deleted and reapplied if I want to change anything.
To confirm, a screen will appear. Click
To view in the section
Go back to the section by using the back button or swiping the mouse (Mac)
When I watch the video, at 10 seconds, the it stops and takes me to the page I indicated
To delete or edit iPath
you’ve already applied, follow the same drop down selections to get to your iPath tree.
on any of your selections to edit or delete
Before any actions are final it will ask you to confirm
If you select a new page or tool there will be a blank page to work with.
All things must be applied with the Apply button for it to work in your section.
Do you already have an account?
No, create an account now.
Yes, my password is:
Forgot your password?
Stay logged in
Velop - ELearning LMS