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A Simple Guide to Fluid Learning Instructor in PeopleSoft ELM

Jeremy Pelley
Product Strategy Director

With the release of PeopleSoft Enterprise Learning Management image 21, we have fluidized and enhanced the learning instructor functionality.  Now instructors can easily mark attendance and grade from any device giving the instructor greater flexibility in ensuring that completions and grades are recorded in a timely manner.  

First, we have given the instructor a new homepage that allows them to have all of the instructor tasks directly in front of them.  Here they will be able to set preferences, view schedules, and see any actions that need to be taken.

All too often our instructors find they have multiple things going on.  Between classroom instruction and course preparation, little time is left for administrative tasks.  By utilizing PeopleSoft ELM Fluid Instructor pages we are putting the needed actions directly at their fingertips.  Without even selecting the schedule the instructor can see the next scheduled class that they need to be at.  By selecting into the tile they are presented with their schedule by day, week, or month.  The Class Actions tile is a powerful feature.  Here the instructor can quickly navigate to the desired roster, filtering by actions needed, or creating custom filters.

When instructors are on the go the system is on the go with them.  Utilizing PeopleSoft fluid technology all of the features available on the computer are also available on their smartphone of choice.  Now marking grades and attendance can be done anywhere, anytime, on the device of their choice.

Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise Learning Management gives instructors a simple intuitive platform to get the job done quickly and efficiently.  Learn more at www.peoplesoftinfo.com

 

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