Constructor Learning monthly update: December 2023

This month's update includes improvements and added features to:


What's new with Constructor LMS?




  • Enhanced organization of content libraries
  • Impersonation
  • Time zone configuration for notifications


Enhanced organization of content libraries


When an educational organization has a large amount of educational content, its content library can become disorganized and cluttered. To solve this, we introduce categories for learning content elements. Categories help authors to keep content libraries orderly and organized, and make it easier to locate necessary elements. The key features of content categories are as follows:

  • Content organization — enables authors to filter content elements in the library according to their relationship to the knowledge tree, or to specific categories and sub-categories. They enable elements relevant to specific domains to be accurately sorted and displayed.
  • Role-based management — categories are managed by users with the role of master-data administrator and the necessary authorizations.
  • Hierarchical category tree — master-data administrators can create category trees with specific categories and sub-categories. Category trees enable content authors to categorize their work efficiently.
  • Management of unassigned elements — elements not assigned to a category are listed in the root category folder. Content categories simplify content creation, management, and retrieval.





Administrators and support engineers can log into the LMS learner interface as a specific user to check how the course Catalog, My Courses list, course materials, and interactions appear to that user. In this way, engineers can help the user solve various issues or perform actions on their behalf.

In addition, administrators and support engineers can view the management portal as another user, provided they have the appropriate permissions. Within the portal, they can help the user work on reports, enrollments, and content authoring if necessary.



Time zone configuration for notifications


Users can now select a time zone in their profile to receive email notifications and other time-sensitive alerts based on that time zone. This feature ensures that users never miss a class, lecture, deadline, or exam.




What's new with Constructor Classroom?



  • Sharing guest links 
  • Enhanced meeting management with Rooms
  • Enhanced user experience
  • Engagement tracking
  • Enhanced screen sharing
  • "Raise your hand" enabled



Sharing guest links


Classroom users can now easily share guest links, which can be found in the top bar of their conference screen. This makes inviting participants a simple task.


Enhanced meeting management with Rooms


Meeting hosts and learners can now efficiently create, schedule, and manage their meetings using the Rooms online interface. This feature puts them in control of their collaborative workspace, enabling them to exploit its full potential.


Enhanced user experience


We’ve disabled the Start button for unavailable sessions. This allows users to concentrate on their tasks without unnecessary distractions or confusion, and avoids user frustration, providing a more satisfying experience.


Engagement tracking


For users with the role of presenter, Classroom offers the ability to track audience engagement. This feature allows presenters to better understand their audience's behavior and how they react to the presentation, enabling presenters to tailor their content for maximum impact.


Enhanced screen sharing


Presenters can now share their screens with confidence. Classroom allows presenters to precisely select a specific tab or window they wish to share, ensuring that their audience sees exactly what they want, increasing the professionalism of their presentations.


"Raise your hand" enabled


Participants can now click on the "Raise your hand" button to request the floor. An icon will appear next to their profile picture and name in the participant list. Hosts and moderators can address participants in the order in which they raise their hand, and lower a participant’s hand once they have been addressed.