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Move through a course path (for learners)
Move through a course path (for learners)

Learners can navigate through the lessons and steps inside their course.

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Written by Laurie Garcia
Updated over a week ago

When you select a course from your Home page, or join a course from the Library, you’ll jump to the course path.

The course path includes everything you need to complete a course from start to finish. You can start taking a course by clicking on the “Start” button for the first section.

When you click "Start," you’ll jump into the first learning step of that lesson. 

If you decide to leave a lesson before you’re completely finished, you’ll see a "Resume" button in the place of "Start."

Once you've completed a lesson, this button will be labeled "Review" so that you always have easy access to study-up on what you've already learned.

Stay on Schedule

Not all courses are on a schedule, but if you’re taking one that is, here are a few things to know about staying on track.

If there are due dates, you’ll be notified automatically by email when steps that you haven't yet completed are due .

However, you can plan ahead by tapping on the “Show steps” link under each lesson. 

This expands the lesson to show each step and when it’s due:

Some steps may also have start dates. If a start date is set, you won’t be able to start that particular step until that day and time.

Make progress

Steps are the building blocks of a course. Each step has something for you to read, watch, listen to, take, or do. It's important to hit the "Complete Step" button once you’re finished with a step:

This ensures that your progress is saved and that any points are counted as you move through a course.

Depending on the course, some steps have something for you to do before you can hit “Complete Step.” For example:

  • A “Take” step requires you to answer all the questions before completing.

  • A “Submit” step will usually ask you to write or upload a file before you complete it.

  • A “To-do” step often has some special instructions (such as answering a discussion question).

Complete a course

Once you’ve completed a course, you’ll see a completion screen that looks something like this:

(Note: If the course is private, you won’t see the sharing options.)

Some courses have certificates of completion available to download and print. If the course you complete has a certificate, you can download it from screen.


Once you’ve completed your course, you can review it anytime by selecting it from your Home page and setting the view to "Completed":

When viewing a completed course, you'll notice that each lesson is marked with a "Review" button. This button allows you to retake each step in that lesson. 

Or, you can expand a lesson to select an individual step to review. You can also "Reset" most steps in order to re-take them:

All your notes, assessment answers, and submissions remain in the course for you to see.

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