Here's a compliance course I created for a fictional media conglomerate known as Pixomedia. This course focuses on Pixomedia's workplace discrimination and harassment policies and procedures. 

This project uses a mix of block types including text, images, accordion interactions, step interactions, card sorting, knowledge checks, and a quiz. Because this is a compliance course, I restricted the navigation so learners need to complete topics in lesson order, and I've used the continue block to make sure learners complete all the critical activities in each lesson before moving on. You can learn more about controlling course navigation in this article, Rise: Control Learner Navigation and more about using the continue block in this article, How to Manage Learner Progress with the Continue Block in Rise.

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Ellen Cousins

Hi Trina, Much appreciated!!! Many thanks 😊 Ellen Cousins Learning and Development Advisor I People and Culture T +61 (03) 8427 3538 (Monday – Wednesday) E ellen.cousins@parks.vic.gov.au DISCLAIMER *********************************** This message and any files transmitted with it are intended only for the addressee. This message may contain confidential or privileged information. If you are not the addressee of this message you must not read, copy, distribute this information or take an action in reliance on it. If you have received this message in error you are requested to immediately contact the sender or Parks Victoria at postmaster@parks.vic.gov.au and delete the original and any copies of this message and any files transmitted with it. The views expressed in this message ... Expand

Trina Rimmer
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Daniel Bolia
Trina Rimmer
Daniel Bolia

Yes, I've used the Image & Text block with left position. The settings options I selected are Image Position = Left; Image Size = 25%; and No Padding. The Image Position setting determines which side the image will display in relationship to the placeholder text. The Image Size settings does not resize the image as one might imagine. Instead, it resizes the invisible cell, which the actual image is placed. The larger the % the larger the cell width. The actual image will always be positioned center of the image cell. When the Image Size setting is increased, the image appears to move further left because it is re-centering itself to larger cell width. In short there's not really a work around. The Image & Text block, which consists of one row with two columns (one for image and on... Expand

Leah Chambers
Leah Chambers
Stephen Harvey
Leah Chambers