119 VOTE
Status Likely to Implement
Categories Learner Experience
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 12, 2021

Show Inactive Courses on the Transcript

It should be possible to set whether courses which are Inactive appear on the Learner transcript or not, such that organizations which want to disable courses which are no longer being used can continue to show learners that their engagement with the course is credited on the transcript.

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  • Mark Hampton
    Sep 22, 2021

    Agree, I would like to see a new item within the Status selection. For simplistic reasons I would leave Inactive and Active as it is today and add a new item of Archive. Where when applied it would leave the course visible in transcripts, curricula listings, and automatically set enrollment rules off (if on-line course), turn off selection to Enroll or Resume (again if on-line) and remove it from the listing within My Courses. For ILC courses, it should turn off enrollment and warn of any "open"/active sessions.

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    Demetrio Pagano
    Sep 22, 2021

    Thank you for this idea (and the related idea https://ideas.absorblms.com/ideas/LMS-I-71 which have been merged together). This improvement to our transcript (along with others) are on our radar for our next generation of LE and is likely for 2022. More specific dates will be provided once our 2022 roadmap is available.

  • Tracy Parish
    Sep 20, 2021

    Agree. Especially with compliance courses. We need to show in the transcript that they complete a version annually, but we also need to hide from the catalog the previous version. Our catalog is becoming cluttered with so many old courses and we have only been using the system for 2.5 years.

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Learner see all enrollments (historic and active)

Allow learners to see entire training history not just active enrollments. If they take Course A in 2017 and then again in 2021, show both on the user transcript. Currently only Admins can see both enrollments.
Christopher Hanson 4 months ago in Learner Experience 2 Likely to Implement