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You no longer have to manually check-out a lab in order to edit the instructions. Our newly implemented Lab on Demand (LOD) feature automatically checks out a lab while you are editing instructions within the LOD interface.
At Learn on Demand Systems, we have been hard at work on bringing the next evolution in hands-on learning to the training industry, and we are happy to announce the immediate availability of Cloud Slice support in our OneLearn Lab on Demand platform.
If you have files in a protected external blob storage account that are used for lab resources or videos, these files are now protected from someone sharing a link to those files. To set this up:
You can now add questions to an assessment exam where the answer is text. This can be fill-in-the-blank type questions or open-ended questions. The new options for answers are 1) Text response, exact match or...
In the past, you could send a request to an outside URL when a lab was first built or torn down using the Build Service URL and Tear Down Service URL fields on the Advanced tab of the Lab Profile.
Two new functionalities have been added to Events: 1) Sorting tags alphabetically automatically or manually and 2) setting Achievements to prompt for participation.
With the opening of our APAC datacenter, we have added support for geo-location to Lab on Demand. Simply put, geo-location uses the IP address of the computer running your lab or the address of your exit gateway to determine your location worldwide, and subsequently, identify the best datacenter in which to launch your lab.
This past weekend we added support for a notifications engine in both OneLearn Training Management and OneLearn Lab on Demand. This is a subtle change, but has significant impact, especially for virtual instructors.