Learn the requirements for designing courses to work smoothly on LearnUpon.
These requirements apply to all customers.
LearnUpon lets you build courses with the tools that work for you, and work with the content you already use. Find the articles that address your questions about how to build smooth-running courses.
LearnUpon is a Software as a Service (SaaS) product based on cloud infrastructure powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
LearnUpon has no direct operating system, hardware, plug-in or monitor requirements. LearnUpon's main requirement is a supported browser. You need to run a version of the browser software that the software manufacturer currently maintains with updates.
Tip: for additional ideas and options see the LearnUpon blog for advice about current tools.
Platform and browsers
LearnUpon runs on any supported browser, and learners can use LearnUpon on phones, tablets and desktops. The most effective way to support LearnUpon in your organization is to keep your browsers up to date.
Read about LearnUpon's steps to make LearnUpon fully accessible, and about tools to make your content on the portal accessible to everyone.
Admins are responsible for making sure that the content they and course authors publish in a portal, like courses, training resources, audio and video, is accessible.
LearnUpon does not verify the uploaded content for accessibility.
Content file types
Find out which files you can use in LearnUpon, and their formats.
Images and graphics
See details about sizing graphics for best results in course content and on the portal.
SCORM and xAPI advice
SCORM and xAPI are technical standards for eLearning software products. LearnUpon supports both standards.
LearnUpon has no required dimensions for displaying content: SCORM and Tin Can windows respond automatically to the learner's browser size.
Tip: for best results, test your course content on different devices. Make sure your course layouts and graphics are responsive, so they scale smoothly and clearly at any viewing size.