Admin - KnowledgeHow to create and manage training modules and their settings.
Creating, copying or importing knowledge
You can create both topics and articles in your Tribal Habits portal.
Admins can copy existing topics or articles in their portal.
There are two ways to start creating topics or articles in Tribal Habits.
There are two ways to start creating topics or articles in Tribal Habits. This article focuses on how admins can start the process.
Copy or import ready-made training modules from our Foundation, Development and Compliance libraries.
Managing common settings for knowledge
All knowledge in Tribal Habits can be assigned due dates, which will be visible to explorers once they are enrolled in that knowledge.
Each topic, article and pathways have a Settings tab which contains all the notification available in the Notifications panel on that tab.
Admins can enable or disable certificates on individual topics, articles or pathways.
Advanced knowledge management functions
You can create categories to help sort and filter topics, articles and pathways for your admins and explorers.
You can set certification dates for topics, articles and pathways to manage knowledge which has expiry dates or retake periods.
The active, draft and archived setting relates to the visibility and access of topics and articles.
Tribal Habits' Pathways allow you to group topics and articles together for a single learning experience.
It is possible to create and download a PDF of your topics and articles in Tribal Habits.
Tribal Habits and SCORM
Our SCORM element and SCORM links allow Tribal Habits to import or export SCORM content, for complete integration with external training modules or platforms.
You can use external online training content in SCORM, xAPI, cmi5 or AICC format within your Tribal Habits topics using our SCORM element.
You can use SCORM links to integrate a Tribal Habits topic with a learning management system (LMS).
Tribal Habits and Events
Our Event element integrates instructor-led training (ILT) for webinars, workshops, meetings and events into your topics and articles.