If you are an administrator, you are responsible for creating and managing developer accounts in the InnerWorkings learning system, which will be associated with you.
Note: By default, you are also assigned the role of developer within the system.
The user-management functionality available to you includes the following:
- Managing developer accounts: The InnerWorkings Platform lets you create new developer user accounts, edit existing developer profiles, delete developer accounts, and associate developers with another administrator. You can also assign specific Drills or Developer Programs to developers to ensure that those involved in a particular project within your organization – User Interface Development, for example – receive the same type of learning materials to enable them tackle various aspects of their real-world development duties.
- Managing groups: You can create groups of developers to facilitate operations involving two or more developers. You can then assign content to a chosen number of developers in your defined groups.
- Customizing the catalog: The Catalog tab of the InnerWorkings Platform offers you complete control over the tasks, Drills, and Developer Programs your developers access. Using this flexible feature, you can create your own custom catalog or tailor the InnerWorkings catalog specifically to your organization’s needs. By creating your own custom Developer Programs from existing Drills in the InnerWorkings catalog, you can structure content to address the particular on-the-job requirements of your developers. Developers access your custom Developer Programs from the online catalog in the same way as standard InnerWorkings content. In addition, the Catalog tab lets you mask or hide any tasks, Drills, or Developer Programs that you feel are not relevant to your developers, so you can further customize both your custom catalog and the standard InnerWorkings catalog.
- Assigning content You can assign content from the catalog to developers.
- Generating reports: InnerWorkings Reporter provides a selection of report publishing features for administrative and managerial purposes, and supports several report types and various file formats.