Exporting one lesson in Rise

Hello! I wonder if anyone can help please. I have a lesson in Rise that I want to export - but as it is only one lesson, I want the lesson to be the landing page. So currently when users click on the link they are taken to the first 'start course' page and then they have to click on the lesson to view it. However, what I want is for users to be taken straight to that single lesson, bypassing the 'start course' as it's not a course but one individual lesson that would work better if they could view straight away.

Is this possible please?

Thank you. 

22 Replies
Crystal Horn

Hi there, Nisha!  How will you be hosting the course? 

You'll notice that if you use the Share URL, the lesson has its own URL once you open it.  If you visited that URL directly, you'd be taken straight to the lesson.  You'll have the same experience when you export your course for web.

If you're using an LMS, however, you may run into restrictions with using those URLs to distribute your course, especially if users have to login and launch the course from the LMS directly.

Let me know what you think!

Rachel Grimard

Hi there,

Same question really. 

I have a Rise course where I show learners how to navigate the rest of the tutorials. It has interactive buttons built in using Rise. It's just one lesson and I just want the one lesson exported. I'm hosting it in an LMS so I've exported the entire Rise course for now but it would make more sense if they could only see the one lesson instead of the whole course.

 

Rachel

Nicole Legault

Hi Rachel,

You'll notice that the lesson has its own URL once you open it.  If you visited that URL directly, you'd be taken straight to the lesson.  If you're using an LMS you may run into restrictions with using those URLs to distribute your course, especially if users have to login and launch the course from the LMS directly. But give it a try, and report back if you have any further questions. 

Alyssa Gomez

Hi Vale! It sounds like you want to publish a single lesson and bypass the course main menu page, is that right?

If so, try this:

  1. If the lesson is not already in its own course, copy the lesson into a blank course
  2. Publish the course for LMS.
  3.  Use this workaround to skip the main menu page and begin on lesson 1.
HEATHER DOWLING

I agree, we're looking at moving to Articulate 360 instead of another system which has LTI directly into our LMS. Sometimes we want to just import a single interaction not a whole course, so being able to import just one "block" from Rise to our LMS would be a game-changer. I appreciate that we could do this from Storyline, but want the simplicity of Rise development.  Is this something we can ask to be developed?