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Getting Started..................................................................................................................................................................................................5 
Workspace Tab..................................................................................................................................................................................................6 
How To Add A Course To Your Account............................................................................................................................................................7 
A Word About Instructional Design..................................................................................................................................................................8 
Course Authoring Page...................................................................................................................................................................................10 
Adding Home and Resource Navigation buttons........................................................................................................................................11 
Course outline.............................................................................................................................................................................................12 
Working With Folders.....................................................................................................................................................................................13 
Adding a folder/group.................................................................................................................................................................................13 
Re‐naming a folder/screen.........................................................................................................................................................................14 
Deleting a folder/screen.............................................................................................................................................................................15 
Working With Screens....................................................................................................................................................................................15 
Screen Authoring Page Overview...............................................................................................................................................................16 
Basic screen types...........................................................................................................................................................................................17 
Choosing A Different Screen Layout...........................................................................................................................................................18 
Adding text to a screen...............................................................................................................................................................................19 
HTML Editor............................................................................................................................................................................................21 
Preview Mode.............................................................................................................................................................................................22 
Adding an image, movie or animation from your computer......................................................................................................................23 
Adding media from the library....................................................................................................................................................................24 
Accepted Media File Formats.....................................................................................................................................................................25 
Images Formats...........................................................................................................................................................................................25 
Animations..................................................................................................................................................................................................25 
Movies.........................................................................................................................................................................................................25 
Adding a YouTube link to a screen..............................................................................................................................................................26 
Embedding a  YouTube video into a screen................................................................................................................................................27 
Adding Audio to a screen............................................................................................................................................................................28 
Adding Jump To's........................................................................................................................................................................................29 
 
 
 
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Assessment screen types................................................................................................................................................................................30 
Multiple Choice ‐ Set up..........................................................................................................................................................................32 
Label Images ‐ Set up..............................................................................................................................................................................33 
Order Steps ‐ Set up................................................................................................................................................................................34 
Phrase Matching ‐ Set up........................................................................................................................................................................35 
What's Wrong ‐ Set up............................................................................................................................................................................36 
Look  Screen (Matching images to a sound) ‐ Set up..............................................................................................................................37 
Hear Screen (Matching sounds to an image)‐ Set up.............................................................................................................................38 
Talk Screen (Match your own recording to a sound)‐ Set up.................................................................................................................39 
Order the Images (Images and labels will be scrambled) ‐ Set up.........................................................................................................40 
Advanced screen types...................................................................................................................................................................................41 
Slideshow Screen ‐ Set up.......................................................................................................................................................................42 
Image Rollover Screen ‐ Set up...............................................................................................................................................................43 
Target Rollover Screen ‐ Set up...............................................................................................................................................................44 
Animated List Screen ‐ Set up.................................................................................................................................................................45 
Scenarios.........................................................................................................................................................................................................46 
Adding a Scenario.......................................................................................................................................................................................47 
Modifying a Scenario Template..............................................................................................................................................................48 
iPad compatible screens.................................................................................................................................................................................50 
Importing PowerPoint.....................................................................................................................................................................................51 
Adding A Glossary...........................................................................................................................................................................................52 
Managing The Library.....................................................................................................................................................................................53 
Saving media and text from your course to the Library.............................................................................................................................53 
Saving a screen, a folder or an entire course to your library.....................................................................................................................54 
Adding a screen, folder, scenario or PowerPoint from the library to your course....................................................................................54 
The Library Tab................................................................................................................................................................................................55 
The Distribute Tab...........................................................................................................................................................................................55 
Course Distribution Options:......................................................................................................................................................................56 
Publishing a link to a watermarked course.................................................................................................................................................57 
Publishing a link to a live course.................................................................................................................................................................57 
Publishing to Facebook...............................................................................................................................................................................58 
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Adding a course to UdutuTeach.................................................................................................................................................................58 
Accessing Courses through UdutuLearn.....................................................................................................................................................61 
Importing A Course.........................................................................................................................................................................................62 
The Administration Tab...................................................................................................................................................................................63 
Membership................................................................................................................................................................................................63 
Theme builder.............................................................................................................................................................................................64 
    Section 508 Accessibility.............................................................................................................................................................................67 
Account.......................................................................................................................................................................................................68 
User Administration....................................................................................................................................................................................68 
Authoring History........................................................................................................................................................................................69 
Recovering orphans (lost screens)..............................................................................................................................................................69 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Getting Started  
Start by setting up your free account: 
1) G o to www.myUdutu.com. 
2) C lick on "Click here to sign up to use myUdutu for free" and complete the registration form.    
3) C lick on the link provided in the confirmation email to validate your account.  Now you are ready to log in and 
begin!   
 
 
 Tip: Your validation email 
should arrive in your inbox shortly 
after you register. If it does not, 
check your junk mail folder. 
 
                          
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
If you forget your password, click the "Forgot 
your password?" link. 
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Workspace Tab  
When you log in, the Workspace page is displayed.  
 
 
Option "C" is where you import a course.
  
 Tip: You can only import  archived or 
previously extracted Udutu courses. 
Option "B" is where your existing courses 
are listed.  
Option "A" is where you create a new 
course.  
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How To Add A Course To Your Account 
1) E nter a title for your course.  
2) C lick on the "create new course" button.  
 
 
3) S elect a course template by clicking on the appropriate image.  
  
 
 
 Tip: The topic‐based learning template is the most 
commonly used template.  
 
All course templates are pre‐populated with screens 
and text prompts to help you get started. Screens 
may be added, deleted or re‐ordered in every 
template type.  If you would prefer to "start from 
scratch", choose the blank template.   
Getting Started with MyUdutu 
 
 
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A Word About Instructional Design 
One of the biggest challenges when designing a course is determining what content to include. If you are working 
with a subject matter expert, this can be even more challenging as he/she will usually insist that all of his/her 
content is vital information and should be included in the course!   
 
The process that our Instructional Designers use is to work from back to front.  What this means is before we even 
begin to add content to a course we start by answering the following 3 big questions: 
 
1) W hat are the learning outcomes for this course?  
 Learning outcomes identify what the learner should know or be able to do by the end 
of the course. Clear, measurable objectives will help you to determine what information 
is relevant to the course and what is "nice to know" information.   
 
 Tip: Create a folder in your course outline for every learning outcome. 
 
2) W hat assessments will verify that the learning outcomes have been met?  
Imagine the best way to prove that the learner knows, understands, or can perform a specified task. Build 
assessments that relate back directly to a learning objective. If you can't identify a good way to assess a learning 
outcome, perhaps you need to rethink the objective.  
 
One of the biggest advantages of online learning is providing the learner with the 
opportunity to fail and try again in private.  So go ahead and develop challenging 
assessments!  Just be sure to provide feedback and remedial exercises that allow your 
learners to keep trying until they achieve 100%.    
 
 Tip: In each folder you created, add an assessment screen. It doesn’t matter which 
type of assessment screen you choose at this point as they are merely placeholders that 
you can edit or delete later if you choose. 
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3)W hat content is required to successfully complete the course? 
Determining what content is required and what content is "nice to know" is much 
easier once you know the course objectives and what you will be assessing the 
learner on. 
 
 Tip: Now you can add screens to each folder for content.  Remember you can    
easily change or move anything later, but this helps to get the "storyboard" or 
structure for your course organized. 
 
 Bonus Tip: Content that is considered to be "nice to know" can still be added to 
a course as a resource.  This means the learner has the option to review this 
information if he/she chooses to do so, but it is not an integral part of his/her learning.  Create a folder in your 
course outline for "Resource Material".  Add screens to this folder as placeholders for that "nice to know" 
content.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Course Authoring Page  
 
 
 
 
 
The course outline, or 
"wireframe"  appears on the 
left‐hand side of the screen.  
By default, the course will publish 
in SCORM 2004 format. 
All of the information pertaining to the highlighted screen in 
your wireframe appears in the "edit course" section on the right‐
hand side of the screen. 
The "add" section allows you to add a variety of different 
screen types to your course.  
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