Go to the I.Q. Login page at analytics.trueoffice.com, then enter your username and your password to log in.
If you need to reset your password or have forgotten it, click the “Forgot password” link just below the fields. Follow the prompts and be sure to have access to the email associated with your account.
Some items to note:
I.Q. is compatible with these browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge
Please note that your credentials are shared for Poet and I.Q., but Learn I.O. credentials are distinct from these.
Scholar: True Office Learning’s truly adaptive e-learning software. This is the solution on which your course was built. For more info, check out the Scholar product page.
Category: The highest-level grouping of content in a Scholar course. Think of these as ‘chapters’ in the book that is your course. Each Category must contain at least one Topic.
Topic: The guideposts for what your learners take in from your course, Topics ensure the needed concepts in your course are tested.
Each Topic must contain at least one Scenario/Activity.
Scenario: The situation laid out to teach learners to address a particular concept, situation, or behavior. Scenarios preclude an Activity by default.
Activity: This is the core of Scholar interactions: a clickable interaction that checks learner knowledge based on a specific Scenario. Activities follow a Scenario by default.
Course Materials: This is simply the term for the content your learners were shown (and asked to confirm that they understand) in relation to your course. For most organizations, these means published company Policies or regulations. Some organizations prefer to change the name of this section to ‘Policy.’