How to add Study Material in Fedena Learn?

Modified on Tue, 15 Jun 2021 at 04:27 PM

To add study material in Fedena Learn, employees can log in to their Fedena Account.

In order to access Fedena Learn go to Menu >> Apps >> Learn App

Clicking on Learn App, it will be redirected to the course creation platform, where you can create courses and share them with students.

Learn App has 4 major sections:

1. Overview

In the Overview, the instructors can see the number of learners associated, courses created, instructors details, and info about the organization.

2. Dashboard

In the Dashboard section, instructors can view the new courses or new quizzes created for the students.

3. Groups

Groups are the batches for the subjects that will be created as a group. 


There are two types of groups: the Learner group and the Instructor group.


  • Learner Group: Can create the Learn group based on the course or class. 


Example: Arts subject is created for Class 10. So class 10 Arts students will be added into the group. This group is called the learner group.

Here name of the Learner group is Arts - 2019 - 2020 - Class 10

Every subject has its own Learner group.

Also, we can see the further details of the Learner group by clicking on the name of the Learner group.  Details include names of Learners and Courses they belong to.

  • Instructor Group

Create the Instructor group based on the departments. That will be displayed under the Instructor Group.


After clicking on groups, you can view details of all instructors belongs to that group.

4. Courses

Here instructors can view all the subjects that synced during Bulk Sync. 

Teachers can add content to subjects or courses. (These courses will be available for the employee who has been associated with that subject).

To configure the course further, click on the course that needs to be configured and it will be redirected to the Overview of the course selected.

In Course Overview - Here you will get an overview of the course such as course description, instructor, co-instructor and estimated effort details.

Next on the top left when you click on the drop-down, apart from Overview you can view other options such as People, Courseware, and Settings.

In People - Here instructors can view students associated with that course. 

Here we can see that are students Enrolled, Learning, Completed, Dropped, or Blocked of that particular batch.

In Courseware - Here instructors can add all types of course material for the course.

In the screenshot, you can view some pre-created topics for the course. To create new topics select “Add Section” and teachers can add topics and subtopics. Next, add “Name” and “Description” of the section. 


Next, teachers can add “topics”, “video topics” and “quiz” in the course. 

 To Add Topic :

    Click on Topic, add a topic name, next click on edit content 

Next, a teacher can add content relevant to the topic in different types of formats such as text, image, video, audio, ppt, doc, equations, and embed HTML. To create any type of content available here, you can drag and drop it to the page to build the course.

Once the topic has been created, an instructor can reorder the sections and topic and also preview the course as a Learner.

5. In Settings:

Setting consist of the following - Profile, Course Mode, Effort Estimation, Discussions and Others.

In the Profile section-  we can edit the course name, add a logo, add a promotional video, etc.


In Course mode - Course mode are of two types: Progressive and Collateral

Course mode can be of two types: Progressive and Collateral

          1. Progressive.

In this mode, learners will navigate through the course topic by topic. Ideal when learners need to learn all the topics.

          2. Collateral

In this mode, learners can quickly jump to any topic for reference. Here the learner's progress cannot be tracked. Ideal when learners need not learn all the topics.

Effort estimation:

It is the approximate time it will take for the learners to complete the course. It can be turned On or Off as per the requirement. It can be specified for each topic of the course or for the course as a whole.


 Discussions will allow the learners and instructors to interact with each other regarding the course, study materials, etc. If it is enabled members can post and comment


Section and topic numbering, here you can choose whether you would like to have automatic numbering for cour section and topics or manual numbering

Check this video to add Study Material in Fedena Learn :  

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