January 8, 2013 at 6:22 pm #8299Garland CoulsonSpectator
I am using eMember along with WP-Courseware to deliver an online course for a client. The client needs to prove that a person spent a certain amount of time on a course.
Is there a way to set up a page so that we can time how long someone has been on it and restrict the next page from showing up until they have spent the minimum time? I had a look at the auto-upgrade feature of eMember, but it is based on the number of days they are a member, not the amount of time spent on a page.
Thanks,January 9, 2013 at 3:42 am #52902
No, we don’t have any option that will allow you to measure the amount of time spent on a page. It is hard to have this kind of limitation on an online course anyway. The user can simply open the page and go away from the computer to bypass checks like this. Another way to handle this type of situation is to introduce a quiz system before the user can go to the next course or next module. The quiz will ensure that the user did study the course material properly.April 22, 2014 at 4:17 am #52903supexMember
May I know how to integrate eMember with WP Courseware?April 22, 2014 at 8:39 am #52904
We don’t have a feature that integrates with WP Courseware.
However, I think you should be able to do the following (just from my basic understanding of what wp courseware does).
After you create your pages and embed the content, you should be able to protect those WP Pages using eMember as you would any other WP pages. Let me know if my assumption is wrong.April 23, 2014 at 3:52 am #52905supexMember
I have not purchased WP Courseware yet. I am still considering what should I do to offer elearning.May 8, 2014 at 8:05 pm #52906annikaohrbergMember
I have tried to connect eMember with WP-courseware. Protecting the page/post is not a problem. But how can I see in WP-courseware the gradebook for the user. I need to know what steps the user has taken. Does anyone know? This is a showstopper for me, otherwise I cannot use eMember. Thanks!May 9, 2014 at 4:44 am #52907
What is a “gradebook”? and what should eMember do with it?
PS. I am not familiar with the courseware plugin so sorry if my question is a little dumb.September 20, 2015 at 6:40 pm #52908xiloan86Member
I using WP eMember v8.9.5, WP Courseware v3.7, emember-wp-courseware-integration v1.2 to make Membership and Courses.
I folow :
Basic Configuration Steps
1. Create a course with WP Courseware and add module(s), unit(s), and quiz(zes)
2. Add units to modules, and add quizzes to units with in modules
3. Create a course outline page using [shortcode]
4. Create a membership level
5. Associate one or more WP Courseware courses with the membership level
After that: Training Courses => WP eMember => Edit Course Access Settings => Checked: Courses user can access with this level => Save Changes.
But User from WP eMember can not access WP Courseware.
Please, test for WP eMember v8.9.5, WP Courseware v3.7, emember-wp-courseware-integration v1.2 and make Tutorial by Video for more detail.
Thanks.September 21, 2015 at 12:23 am #52909
Do you have the following option enabled in eMember plugin settings? If not please enable it:
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