Learning Publication Map

Learning publication maps organize instructional content on a course-level. You publish Learning publication maps to produce deliverables.

Structure

Learning publication maps are generic Learning maps, which refer to reusable Learning group maps that organize content on a module level. Learning group maps refer to reusable Learning object maps that organize content on a lesson level.

  • Learning publication map
    • Learning group map reference
      • Learning object map reference
      • Learning object map reference
    • Learning group map reference
      • Learning object map reference
      • Learning object map reference

Elements

Learning group map reference
A reference to a Learning group map that contains reusable module-level content appended under a single Learning group element.
Learning object map reference
A reference to a Learning object map that contains reusable lesson-level content appended under a single Learning object element.

Guidelines

Keep these guidelines in mind when creating Learning maps:

  • Use meaningful titles for your Learning publication maps. For example, Getting Started with CCMS Course.
  • To ensure that your course modules are easily reusable, append them as Learning group map references.
  • Apart from Learning group map references, you can append other learning and training specializations elements to your Learning publication maps. However, this approach may reduce content reusability.
    Tip: You can append a Learning overview topic directly to the Learning publication map to provide a high-level introduction to your course. For more information, see Learning Topics Overview.

Example

Figure 1. Publication Learning Map Example.

The following example shows a Learning map Heretto CCMS Getting Started Course” that includes two modules “Authoring Content” and “Publishing Content”. The modules are kept in separate Learning group maps appended as Learning group map references.

getting started learning map