Before you Begin

  • If the 'Allow all users to create content' is enabled in 'Portal Settings' , then all users with any roles can create new courses. 
  • If the 'Allow all users to create content' is NOT enabled, then only users with Portal Admin or Content Admin roles can create courses.

Creating a Course

  1. Select 'My Teaching' from top navigation 
  2. Select 'Resources' from sub navigation 
  3. Select  +Create
  4. Select Course

You can now see the course creation popup: 

  1. Input Course Title and Course Description 
  2. Select Create

Pro-tip: 'Private (Only you)', Course Access is selected by default. You can change the Course Access settings later in 'Course Editing' page. This "Private (only you)" means that no one will be able to see or enroll in this course.

You have arrived at the Course Editing page

  • Update default information in Module 1 with your own Title and Description
  • Select Done to save your information. 

Creating a Module

Select +Add  and choose Module option from the drop-down list. 

  1. Input the Module title
  2. Select Create module or hit enter once you input the title

Creating a new learning item 

There are two ways to create new learning items from within your course. 

Option 1: 

  1. Select +Add
  2. Select an option for the learning item type from drop-down list 
  3. Input the Learning item title
  4. Select Creating <learning item title> module
  5. See new learning item created 

Option 2: 

  1. Select +Add Learning
  2. Select an option for the learning item type from drop-down list 
  3. Input the learning item title
  4. Select Creating <learning item title> module
  5. See new learning item created 

Understanding Settings

General Settings:

  • You have the option to Disable course discussions
  • Specify course assessors

Enrolment: 

  • It is possible to customise your course into an "enquiry only" option from here, where it says "Allow Enrollment".
  • From this setting, if your course has re-used content allow for existing enrollments to be accounted for. (Find out more here)
  • You can also Disable re-enrollment

 Timeframe: 

  • Here you can set a course due date or completion rule. 

Publish/Sharing

  • The publish and SCORM settings of the course.

Content Variables: 

  • You can use content variables to add replaceable pieces of content in your course descriptions and modules descriptions.

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