Catalogue Management in Totara Learn

August 16, 2022

When faced with vast amounts of learning content, users may struggle to pinpoint which courses they want or need to focus on. In Totara Learn, users can browse, filter and search through your learning catalogue to easily locate the courses, programs and certifications that they are required to or wish to complete.
The tile-based catalogue can be customised by course administrators to make essential pre-enrolment information instantly accessible. A range of display and content options contribute to making the Totara Learn catalogue feature an engaging decision-making tool for learners.

Customise Your Learning Catalogue

An array of design, access and enrolment options enable course managers to create individual courses as and when required. The bulk creation of courses is also supported via a dedicated upload area for .csv files. 

An unlimited of courses can be included in programs and certifications, so adaptive learning pathways for employees are simple to create. A range of completion options means course administrators can tailor programs to individual learner needs, enabling users to work through content at a pace which is most suited to them and to their specific roles. 

For enhanced accessibility, courses within your catalogue can be moved between Totara Learn sites using a step-by-step backup and restore process. Individual activities and resources may also be moved using the import tool.

Organise Your Resources

Categories and sub-categories allow you to structure and organise learning content in a way that makes sense to your organisation and your learners. Official or ad-hoc tags can then be utilised to further categorise courses, programs, certifications and activities. Users may locate content with specific tags by browsing the catalogue using the search and filter functions.

Make Content Identifiable

Default or custom images and icons can be set for each course, program and certification to make relevant or required content easily identifiable to users. Learners can browse the catalogue and instantly see the subject and content type of each catalogue item. 

Additional information can be added to catalogue items by administrators and course managers through the use of custom fields. Whether you need to highlight a compulsory course or indicate the amount of learning time required to complete a program, custom fields allow you to communicate specific course information that users can see at a glance. These custom fields can also be filters and search criteria within your catalogue to further improve accessibility.

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