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Start:Nov 17, 2019

Duration:10 Minute(s)

Goal: this Cognitive Trail will improve the success of the goal to create an isoBlog and train the world.

Description: Start isoBlogging and train the world with your expertise! This simple guide will take you step-by-step through the successful creation of ... Read More

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Published By:

Brian Golter

Summary:

Step 1

A Course isoBlog is set of tasks and sessions sequenced together over a specific period of time.

Step 2

From the Create page, select the Course form in either the Simple or Advanced create options.

Step 3

Use the Location, Goal, Hypothesis and Details sections just as you would for any other isoBlog.

Step 4

Select the isoBlog basket. When your isoBlog basket opens, use the search fields to find the isoBlogs you wish to add to your Course.

Step 5

In your isoBlog basket you will see a list of isoBlogs that match your search criteria.

Select 'add' to the isoBlogs you want to use to create your Course. You can choose from task and session isoBlogs.

Step 6

Select the 'assembler' tab at the top of the page. Select the 'add isoBlogs' button in your assembler.

You will see a drop down menu in the Task field. Select the menu to see a list of the isoBlogs you placed in your isoBlog basket.

Step 7

Choose the isoBlog you wish to place in each step of your Course. Next, select from the drop down menu in the 'When' field to determine when your users will do your isoBlog.

Press 'save' when you have finished.

Step 8

You can also add Unique isoBlogs to your Course by selecting the 'add isoBlogs' button in the 'Unique isoBlogs' tab. The isoBlogs from your basket will remain the same.

Note: unique isoBlogs are isoBlogs that occur at a specific time and do not repeat.

Step 9

You can also add Unscheduled isoBlogs to your Course by selecting the 'add isoBlogs' button in the 'Unscheduled isoBlogs' tab. The isoBlogs from your basket will remain the same.

Note: unscheduled isoBlogs are isoBlogs that your doers may need at a unforeseeable day and time.

Step 10

You can always add new isoBlogs to your IsoBlog basket by returning to the isoBasket basket and repeating Steps 4 through 9.

Step 11

Use the 'Info', 'Course Overall Assessment', 'Protection' and 'Publishing' fields just has you would for creating a task isoBlog.

Note: in Course isoBlogs, the 'Zone' field is already set.

Step 12

When you are finished, be sure to select the 'Save and continue' button at the bottom of your Create page.

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