If you teach people in real-time in the classroom, by webinar, or by live video/audio chat, you can include your live teaching in your Path for your learners to take online. 

You can also use the Attend step to take attendance for a live session conducted entirely offline. Here's how. 

Use an Attend step to take attendance

  1. Add an Attend step to your Path and give it a descriptive title. Select the step to add content.
  2. In a text Block, list instructions for completion. For example, ask the learner to click "Complete" if he attended and click "Skip it" if he did not. You can make the step optional in order to allow learners to select "Skip it." 
  3. Optionally, you can upload a recording of the session and attach handouts for anyone who missed in the Attachments Block. 

You can see who completed and who skipped an Attend step under the "Review" screen for that step. 

Use an Attend step to share a live stream video or call

  1. Add an Attend step to your Path and give it a descriptive title. Select the step to add content.
  2. Use a Text Block to list the details for your event or embed a video in an Embed Block. This could look like a face-to-face class session, a personal video chat with the instructor, or a live stream webinar. Be sure to provide all the information that students will need to join. 
  3. Optionally attach handouts in the Attachments Block, or add a discussion to the step to provide more interaction. 

Here are some popular choices for adding live chat or streaming video:

*All embedded content must be hosted securely under https.

Below is an example of an Attend step on the Path. This school also uploaded the audio from the class for absentees. 

In this example, the live session was streamed from YouTube, and the recording is embedded on the step for learners to view later. 

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