Cornerstone Content - Language Localization
Cornerstone Content language localization includes information about course behavior related to language in the Learning Management System (LMS), system configuration for languages, and language metadata.
|PERMISSION NAME||PERMISSION DESCRIPTION||CATEGORY|
|Course Catalog - View||
Grants access to view the learning objects in the course catalog and enables administrators to view the Course Console and the Popular Requests and Highest Rated widgets on the Learning Admin Console (in conjunction with the Learning Admin Console - View permission). This permission can be constrained by OU, User's OU, Training Type, Training Item, Provider, ILT Provider, User's ILT Provider, and User's LO Availability. This is an administrator permission.
Adding an OU constraint and a provider constraint to this permission results in an "AND" statement.
|Learning - Administration|
For additional permissions, please See Permissions for Learning.
Cornerstone’s content offerings are designed to serve a broad and diverse global audience. There are two primary types of course behaviors related to language in the LMS:
- Single Course/Single Language – Only one language is associated with a single learning object, for example, English, German, or French. For this type of course, only a single Available Language is associated with each course.
- Single Course/Multiple Languages – A single learning object may have numerous language options nestled within the course. The course typically launches in English, and the user may select their desired language from a menu inside the course player. Here, multiple Available Languages are reflected in the system.
System Configuration for Language Localization
If you are unable to access the courses you believe should be available to you, there may be an issue with how languages are configured in your portal. You must activate all Available Languages associated with the courses in your purchased library. Once this is done, the courses should be visible to your system administrator via Course Catalog.
To enable relevant languages, go to Admin > Tools > Core Preferences >. From the System Preferences list, select See Modify Available Languages. for details.