By default, your course/catalog entry (both the interface and the content) is set up to be easily localized.
This article covers how to:
Change the interface language
Click the globe (language) icon in the toolbar and select the desired language. This translates the interface content for all views. If you do not see the icon, translation has not been enabled on your site.
Create and publish translated versions of your course
Any course in Dawn can be easily made into a Template that you can use to duplicate it. For translation, you can create your content in the original language and make that course a template, so you can then build your translations from it:
1. Create a course template
2. Create a course for each language using the template
Now create a new course for the first language you want to translate to. In the Add to catalog window, select the new template from the Template dropdown. Give the course a Title and create. All of the content from your Template is in the new course and you're ready to translate.
3. Translate content
For each language, translate:
- Videos (you may want to translate your video's audio and upload for each language; if you do this, you can generate the transcript using that video rather than translate the video script)
- Video transcripts (automated)
- Remaining content (titles, sections, interactions) (manual)
Translate video transcripts
Open the course editor.
- Select an uploaded video in the table of contents (not a YouTube and Vimeo video).
- Scroll to the Video card.
- Open the More menu under the Transcript and select Translate transcript.
- Select the desired language and Translate.
The transcript for this video is automatically translated. Repeat for all videos.
You can also provide transcripts in multiple languages in any course in this way, allowing your users to select the language they want to see it in.
Translate course interactions and content
You must manually translated all remaining course content, including section titles, interactions, and directions using the course editor.