ELIS 1.9 Manual


Curricula in ELIS enable you to group courses in various ways. Often, a group of courses may lead to a certificate or other validation that a learner has acheived a particular level of mastery of the subject(s) covered in the courses of a curriculum.

Curricula are also used to set pre-requisite and co-requisite courses, as well as to build tracks of classes that run at a given time or sequence.

While there are many ways to use and setup curricula, below are a few examples that we have built out in our documentation site:

curriculum examples
In the example above, the curriculum contains 3 courses which may be taken in any order. Completion of the curriculum requires 9 units, and each course is 3 units, so all must be completed in order to earn the certificate.

Curriculum with courses
In the example above, there are 3 required courses that must be taken in order and two optional courses. The certificate requires 12 units, so one of the optional courses must be taken to earn it.

These are just a few examples of the way curricula can be used to organize learning plans for your learners. The certificates are optional.