Percipio courses are comprised of a series of videos and supporting resources. You can browse the course content or review a short overview of the course.

  1. Course contents: This is the table of contents for the course. It shows a list of the videos within the course and the order that they play. You can collapse this panel for a bigger viewing area.
  2. Course status: Available course statuses are Not started, Started, and Complete. The How to Complete link displays the requirements that must be met in order for the course to be marked as completed within Percipio. If you do not start playing any videos or access any resources, the course status stays as Not started and does not display in your Resume learning or Activity lists.
  3. Take Test: Select the Take Test button to open the course test. When you've successfully passed the test based on the completion criteria, the course is marked Completed on your Activity page and on the course's content card.
  4. Action icons: The action icons vary depending on how your site is configured. You may see:
    • Earn Badge/View Badge: The Digital Badge icon only displays for eligible digital badge courses and if the Digital Badge feature is selected. Select Earn Badge to view the digital badge completion criteria, or if you have completed an eligible course, select View Badge. The Digital Badge Skillsoft page displays.
    • Ask a Mentor: The Ask a Mentor icon only displays for eligible courses and if the Ask a Mentor setting is selected. Select this icon to chat with or email a mentor about your course.
    • Give Feedback: The Give Feedback icon only displays when the Course Feedback setting is selected. Select the Give Feedback icon to open the course survey.
    • Share: The Share icon only displays when the Allow sharing of content setting is selected. Select the Share icon to share the entire course or individual videos with peers by email or copy a direct link.
    • Thumbs up: Shows how many likes a course has. Select this icon if you like the course.
    • More actions: Select the more action icon, , to add the course or individual videos to your playlist so you can easily find and view them later.
  5. Player Control bar: Allows you to control the playing of the course. You can play, pause, rewind or jump to the next video.
    • CC — Closed Captions: Under this icon you have settings for closed captions. The settings you choose persist across all courses until you change them.
      • Captions: Select to turn on or off closed captions or subtitles for the course.
      • Caption size: Allows you to choose the size of the text that displays.
      • Caption language: If you are in an English course that supports caption language, you can choose to play captions in a language other than English. For more information, see Courses with Translated Closed Captions.
      • Caption feedback: Alternate language captions are machine translated. To help improve the machine translations over time, we ask you to provide feedback about the quality of the translation.
    • AD — Audio Description: Turns audio descriptions on. The setting you choose persists across all courses until you change them.
    • Settings: Opens options to adjust how the course plays. The settings you choose persist across all courses until you change them.
      • Autoplays: When selected, the player automatically plays the next video in the table of contents.
      • Speed: Choose how fast the player plays the course. You can select from 0.5 – 2 times.
      • Quality: Set to automatically adjust based on your settings, or choose a setting at a different resolution.
    • Volume: Adjust the volume that the course plays.
    • Full screen:Select the icon to have the course play at full screen.
  6. Overview: The Overview tab displays a brief overview of the course's content, prerequisites, expertise level, PDU training credits, or CPE training credits, if available, course objectives, and the instructor name.
  7. Q&A: The Q&A tab allows learners to have a dialogue about course content. If you do not see this tab, your administrator may have turned Q&A off. On this tab, learners can:
    • Post a question they have about the content in the course.
    • Respond to other learner's questions if they know the answer.
    • ‘Like’ the questions and answers they find valuable.
    • Edit and delete their posted questions and answers.
    • Opt to follow discussions of interest and receive activity notifications for those discussions (if turned on for your Percipio site).
    • Report any inappropriate questions and answers to ensure a positive environment.
  8. Resources: The Resource tab includes available additional resources for a course. A resource is supplemental content that enhances your learning experience. A Web-based resource (HTML Resource) opens in the main content area, while other external files open in a default application configured on your system (example: Microsoft Excel™). Some resource files may prompt you to download them. Course transcripts are conversions of the videos into a text-based document. Flashcards help you reinforce what you learned in the course.
  9. Note: Not all courses have resources. This tab is only available if resources are included with the course.
  10. You Might Also Like: This section provides up to 5 personalized recommendations that best match what you are currently watching. It does not show courses you completed. This section is available for English courses only and is not available for integration customers launching with a Chromeless experience.