About this course

Course code TPART100
Duration 3 Days

This three-day course includes two days focused on authoring ART content and one day on administering ART content. Perfect for new members of your ART Training and Development team or for customers that already have a training strategy in place. This class is skill based and teaches you how to create, edit and publish ART deliverables.

Prerequisites

  • Have basic PC and Windows Explorer skills


Intended Audience

This course is designed for:

  • Those involved in the development and review of training and support content
  • Those involved in the administration, management and governance of ART content
  • Other ART project stake-holders

Delegates will learn how to

  • Create, edit, and publish HP ART courses
  • Create, edit, and publish simulations
  • Create, edit, and publish websites
  • Modify basic course branding elements

Outline

Course Topics - Authoring HP ART Content


Module 1 - Introduction to HP ART

  • Introductions
  • Describing the primary functions and components of the HP Adoption Readiness Tool (ART)
  • Describing simulation modes
  • Roles and responsibilities of the course author and administrator
  • Author work process


Module 2 - Preparing to Create ART Content

  • Describing the ART document and simulation file types
  • Identifying key course criteria
  • Preparing your computer to create ART content
  • Creating an ART project folder structure for file storage


Module 3 - Creating an eLearning Course

  • Creating new eLearning course files
  • Identifying editor panes, menu, ribbons, and the page layout stencils
  • Adding lessons with text and images
  • Adding pages with text and images
  • Describing the course properties

Module 3 - Creating an eLearning Course

  • Creating new eLearning course files
  • Identifying editor panes, menu, ribbons, and the page layout stencils
  • Adding lessons with text and images
  • Adding pages with text and images
  • Describing the course properties


Module 4 - Editing an eLearning Course

  • Editing course text and images
  • Managing stencils, lessons, and pages
  • Adding hotspots
  • Importing course pages from another sources
  • Importing content from PowerPoint


Module 5 - Creating and Editing an Assessment

  • Identifying question stencils
  • Inserting knowledge check questions
  • Adding graded assessments
  • Inserting assessment question pages
  • Creating custom feedback
  • Describing Test Me assessment questions


Module 6 - Publishing and Viewing and eLearning Course

  • Publishing ART eLearning courses
  • Viewing courses locally
  • Recognizing published files


Module 7- Creating a New Recording

  • Preparing your target application for recordings
  • Creating new recording files
  • Identifying the Recorder window and toolbar buttons
  • Recording tasks
  • Capturing audio and notes while recording
  • Identifying the editing views
  • Populating file properties
  • Previewing recordings


Module 8 - Editing in Simulation View

  • Identifying simulation view panes
  • Editing steps and action notes
  • Adding and editing information notes
  • Adding welcome steps
  • Inserting tooltips
  • Using spellcheck and find and replace


Module 9 - Editing in Document View

  • Identifying the Document view pane and Layout pane icons
  • Editing the Purpose section
  • Editing the Procedure section
  • Changing the screen title and hiding steps


Module 10 -Linking and Publishing Recordings and Documents

  • Linking simulations to an eLearning course
  • Publishing and batch publishing recordings
  • Viewing published job aids and simulations
  • Identifying the published files
  • Adding published documents or URLs to an eLearning course


Module 11-Creating an HP ART Website

  • Describing the structure of ART websites
  • Creating ART websites
  • Viewing published websites
  • Adding related documents to websites
  • Creating ART websites with multiple courses


Module 12 - Managing ART Content

  • Managing embedded simulations and images
  • Publishing LMS files
  • Publishing LMS SCORM course packages
  • Describing glossary and annotation functionality

Module 1 - Introduction to HP ART

  • Introductions
  • Overview of the primary functions of the HP Adoption Readiness Tool (ART)
  • Describing the two main components of ART
  • Describing the different simulation modes
  • Roles and responsibilities of the course author and administrator
  • Administrator work process


Module 2 - ART Templates

  • Primary functions of the ART template
  • Describing the purposes of each template element
  • Describing the relationships among document parts


Module 3 - Managing ART Templates

  • Opening and examining template files
  • Duplicating ART template files
  • Editing templates
  • Managing multiple templates


Module 4 - Modifying Course Branding

  • Modifying the course logo
  • Customizing the course and simulation branding elements
  • Updating course styles
  • Modify the launch windows
  • Modifying ART website logo and tagline


Module 5 - LMS Template Settings

  • Locating and updating the LMS template settings


Module 6 - Configuring Text To Speech Settings

  • Configuring Text to Speech (TTS) for courses and simulations


Module 7 - Managing an ART Glossary

  • Creating glossary files
  • Identifying ways to build the glossary database
  • Updating document field descriptions using the globalization process
  • Publishing glossaries


Module 8 - Creating an ART Website

  • Describing the structure of ART websites
  • Creating ART websites
  • Viewing published websites
  • Adding related documents to websites
  • Creating ART websites with multiple courses

3 Days

Duration

This is a QA approved partner course

Delivery Method

Delivery method

Classroom

Face-to-face learning in the comfort of our quality nationwide centres, with free refreshments and Wi-Fi.

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Online booking is currently not available for this course, to find out more please call us on 0345 074 7998 or email us at info@qa.com to discuss how we can help.

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