Before you start creating a course

How to name your course

How to describe your course

How to choose the number of students

What is the content drip

How to choose a category

How to price your course

How to add media to your course

How to build your course

How to add more instructors to your course

What is the additional data

How to describe the benefits of the course

What should you write in Requirements/Instructions

How to specify the targeted audience

What materials can you include

What are the Announcements

How to upload course attachments

What are the Course Prerequisites

Evaluation

The Content Drip

The content drip feature allows the instructors to release lessons, quiz, and assignments. There are several types of Content Drip. Enable the Content Drip to activate them.

Schedule course contents by date – this option requires you to set a date on every single lesson, quiz, and assignment. If you do not set a date for a lesson then it will appear instantly after the student enrols.

Content available after X days from enrolment – enabling this option will add a number field to set how many days to take to publish the lesson. The starting date will be the date enrolled and will be calculated from there.

Course content available sequentially – This is the most simple setting. After enabling this option, you will not see any option inside lessons, quiz or assignments. Because when one lesson is completed, the next one appears. That means this one checks for completed status for lesson, attempt status for the quiz and submit status for assignments.

Course content unlocked after finishing prerequisites – after enabling this option, you will be able to see the list of the lessons created and select the required lessons. Without completing those, the lesson will not be published for the student. You can set lessons, quiz, and assignments as a prerequisite.

If a student attempts a quiz, he/she will be allowed to move on to the new lesson or the next quiz or assignment. Passing the quiz is not required.

If a student submits an assignment, he/she would be allowed to move to the next step. Getting the assignment reviewed or graded is not required.