This release includes the development work we need to expand our offering and provide a better customer experience, including:
- Added toggle to exclude library published via KAMS from the CADLearning library
- Goals are now displayed based upon assigned entitlements
- A new inventory item with bi-annual recurring period gives partners more flexibility
- Password requirements are now displayed where passwords are requested, to reduce support burden
- New views in Power BI pull data from our database to help make CX and content decisions
- Lesson comments are now working properly, allowing users and admins to make notes on individual lessons
- New reports “Goal Data Report” and “Role Data Report” give customers full access to all Individualized Learning Experience data
- You can now import users with a password using the template
- Content Creator role is named the same in all places now to reduce confusion
- The Product Command Activity Report can now be filtered by product
- The Product Version Activity Report can now be filtered by product
- The Role Summary by Employee Report now functions properly
- Custom questions can now be assigned ownership, allowing us to add translated content
At last! We just launched the CADLearning mobile app for Android and iOS. Now users can gain new skills from mobile, desktop, or in-application. CADLearning subscribers can download the app from the App Store or Google Play Store.
Rebuilt from the ground up, our new version provides a seamless CADLearning experience across all of your devices.
With our new app, you can:
- View the full CADLearning Library
- Access your CADLeaning dashboard, including Pop Quizzes, Progress Charts, and What’s Next lessons
- Answer Pop Quiz questions to surface lessons specific to your skills and knowledge gaps
- Make progress on Goals specific to your Roles
- Add lessons to new or pre-existing playlists
- Tap a Badge, Medallion, or Goal to access assessments
- Access playlists, create new playlists, or delete playlists
- Customize your experience with dark or light themes
- Call upon CADLearning Help to resolve questions related to support or Autodesk content
Upskill anywhere, anytime!
This year, we will also need to focus on across-team plans of action to ensure smooth sailing as we enter the new year. As we work with more and more SMEs, we will need to come up with protocol and guides about how things are captured.
Our goal is to optimize the customer experience.
During the Production Meeting of 11/24, Carlie reported that she was on a call with GTP. The first thing the client told her was how much she loves our platform and content. Then she asked how we ensure consistency. Our consistency is something to be proud of.
This update lets you take advantage of all of your favorite CADLearning features in your Autodesk application.
Want to make progress on your Goals?
- The Roles and Goals tab now brings everything you love about your CADLearning dashboard to CADLearning Assist, including your Pop Quiz, What’s Next, Roles and Goals, and the Progress chart
- Organization Administrators will also have access to the Organization Dashboard from the Gamification Tab. These at-a-glance charts provide Engagement Trends, Rock Stars, Skill Gaps, Users Improving, Users Struggling, Users Most Engaged, and Users Least Engaged.
- Clicking a Goal, Medallion, or Badge within Roles & Goals will take you directly to that page in a new browser tab.
- Clicking Assess My Progress will take the user directly to the assessment in the CADLearning portal.
- If you only want to use CADLearning Assist with specific products, you can simply adjust the settings to prevent it from launching in the products you do not want.
- The Library tab now includes filters to search the full library for a specific lesson, or click What’s New to quickly view updated content.
Our CADLearning dashboard makes it easier than ever to build out a curriculum that aligns with the Autodesk Certification Exams so your students can meet their goals!
Gamified Learning Experience
Our learning paths break goals down into badges and medallions to provide incremental achievements that are validated and measured for 100% competency. The To-Do list suggests the next lessons to watch based upon the badge that a student is closest to achieving, so they stay motivated to keep learning.
Tools to Harness Time
With time markers now included, you will know exactly how long it will take your students to finish their goals, medallions, and badges. If you want them to finish by a specific date, the burndown charts include a current trend line and an estimated time of completion to keep students on track.
Studies show that SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-based) goals are more likely to be completed.
CADLearning automates this process with goals that are:
Specific to the task or workflow
Measured as students earn badges
tttainable in bite-sized, digestible pieces
Relevant because they pertain to each students’ future career path
Time-based, with burndown charts to keep students on schedule
As students take assessments and answer pop quizzes, CADLearning automatically removes lessons they have proven they know from their path. That way, they have just the content they need to progress in their studies. If they decide to change paths, all the content they have already learned is completed there, too!
More Intuitive Experience
Instructors love that CADLearning has the most comprehensive Autodesk learning library in the world. But, all of that content can be a little overwhelming. The learning path provides a more guided experience as students work toward gaining the competencies and skills that lead to real outcomes in their productivity and future careers.
We are happy to offer Student and Teacher webinars to our educational customers! We understand that remote learning has a curve of its own, and we want you to get the most from your CADLearning portal. So, let us guide you in the use of our online education tools.
Contact us at email@example.com to set up your webinar today!
CADLearning is a helpful tool during your class sessions (be they online or in-person), prior to your instruction, or afterwards as reinforcement.
Let’s look at how:
Accompaniment to In-Person or Online Instruction
With short, atomized videos, you can present or share point-of-need lessons directly with your students during a class. Let our content leaders quickly and efficiently direct your students and use our included exercise files as hands-on practice.
With coverage of over 40 Autodesk products, and more being added and updated constantly, you’ll get the most up-to-date information covering any and all software you are teaching.
Assess Progress and Prior Knowledge
CADLearning provides out-of-the-box assessments within our courses that cover the breadth of the content. However, you can also create playlists from individual topics, share those with your students, and then ask them to assess themselves off of those lists.
This gives you a strong indication of the incoming knowledge of your classroom, and, armed with that information, you can tailor your teaching. After you’ve presented your lesson, use those same playlists as support lessons as well, to give your students open access to practice what they learned and thereby boost their retention rates.
Providing a list of relevant lessons or directing students to requisite libraries can help keep your instruction relevant in their minds, improving knowledge retention and reducing those frequently asked questions.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!