Q.wiki training for users

Modified on Fri, 19 Aug 2022 at 08:48 AM

Note: The following procedure will completely replace the previous training model via the "goesinteractive" training systems as of 30.11.2021!

Setting up a training system

  1. Request a free training system under Request for free training system form.
  2. The URL and login data for the TrainingCoach of the training system will be sent by email.
  3. It is recommended to change the password immediately.
  4. Then, training users can be created for each training participant.

Using the training system

  • The training system remains permanently in place. It can be accessed from anywhere and is updated free of charge. Resetting of the training system is not foreseen or necessary.
  • The training system can be individualized on demand.
  • New functions of Q.wiki are available after the release and can be tried out before the own enterprise system is updated.
  • The training is designed to avoid unnecessary test content. Training users are encouraged to either not create content or clean it up on their own. If there is any remaining test content, it can be cleaned up independently using TrainingCoach.
  • The training participants are trained with the help of the interactive tours of the Q.wikinger. The Q.wikinger greets all participants when they first log in to the training system and can be found in the bottom left-hand corner.
  • The task for the training participants is to perform the tours. The Q.wikinger guides the trainees through the system and teaches the Q.wiki functions. He remembers which tours have already been carried out by the training user.
    • Attention: In the reading view there are currently two chapters with interactive tours and another, third chapter will only appear when switching to the editing mode.
  • Active supervision of the training participants is not mandatory, but still recommended. It is recommended to run the interactive tours once yourself to decide whether supervision or training should be offered in an on-site training room.

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