With Moodle Workplace, organisations can create a personalised learning experience that meets the unique needs of their employees. Moodle Workplace is a flexible learning platform that you can customise to cater to your employees’ development goals. You can tailor Moodle Workplace to suit specific ‘Audiences’ within your organisation, depending on their role. In this blog, we will discuss how you can leverage Moodle Workplace features to suit these audiences, ensuring your employees have easy access to all of their learning materials and can take ownership of their own development.
What are Audiences?
Moodle Audiences lets you target specific users based on their role or department within your organisation. For example, if you want to provide training only to salespeople or managers, or even just those with specific skills or certifications, you can do so through Moodle Audiences. Segmenting your Moodle Workplace users also allows you to choose specific groups of people to receive certain messages and actions, such as giving individuals in one department access to a report. This means that your employees will see the content most relevant to them, creating a personalised learning experience.
Tailor your content with custom pages
Moodle Workplace custom pages provide an effective way to customise content and tailor it to specific audiences. Whether it’s a new onboarding orientation or a compliance training, your organisations can create custom pages that are specifically designed to meet the needs of different groups of learners. There are two types of custom pages: global custom pages shared across all tenants that don’t require the Shared Space to be enabled, and tenant custom pages specific to a single tenant, selected on creation and which can’t be changed later.
By targeting content to specific audiences, organisations can ensure that their learners are engaged, motivated, and invested in the learning experience. Custom pages can include multimedia elements, interactive quizzes, and other engaging features that make the learning experience more immersive and effective.
Learn more about how to create custom pages in our custom pages guide.
Simple navigation with Moodle Workplace dashboards
Moodle Workplace dashboards can be customised to meet the needs of different audiences, providing a tailored experience for learners, instructors, and administrators. For learners, the dashboard can display progress on specific courses, upcoming assignments, and important deadlines. Organisations can use the dashboard to monitor the progress of their employees, identify areas where an individual may be struggling, and provide additional support as needed. Administrators can use the dashboard to get an overview of the performance of the entire organisation, including course completion rates and learner engagement. The handling of the Dashboard tab is identical to the standard Moodle dashboard. However, Moodle Workplace provides some extra blocks that can be placed on the dashboard’s centre or in the side drawer, such as a ‘New available courses’ block and a ‘Team overview’ block.
With Moodle Workplace dashboards, organisations can provide a personalised experience for each audience, ensuring that everyone has access to the information they need to be successful. The customisable nature of the dashboards allows you to meet the requirements of each audience, resulting in a more effective and engaging learning experience.
Find out more about customising the Moodle Workplace dashboards in our Moodle Workplace Dashboard guide.
Save time and effort with dynamic rules
Moodle Workplace dynamic rules allow organisations to create rules that automatically assign learners to specific courses or groups based on their profile information. Dynamic rules can be assigned to a specific audience, allocating learning, and granting competencies to individuals or teams. This feature enables organisations to provide a personalised learning experience for learners, ensuring that they are accessing the content that is most relevant to their needs. Dynamic rules can be based on a wide range of criteria, including job function, department, location, and skill level. By automating this process, organisations can save time and effort, while also ensuring that learners are undertaking the training that suits their needs.
Learn more about how to use the dynamic rules feature in our guide to dynamic rules.
Meet the audiences needs
Moodle Workplace provides organisations with powerful tools to create a personalised learning experience for their employees. By leveraging features such as custom pages, Moodle Workplace dashboards, and dynamic rules, you can meet the needs of each defined audience. Your employees can access the content and resources that are most relevant to their learner journey, while administrators can get a comprehensive overview of the organisation and provide additional support as needed. By creating a personalised learning experience, organisations can drive better learning outcomes, improve overall performance, and achieve their goals.