Create an online course

Learn how you can create an online course on Wajooba.

Aside from hosting and facilitating classes, you can upload contents for discussion, online tests or assessments, and create forms when you create an online course. This distinct feature of online courses makes it different from a regular course. Online courses are best especially when you prefer to do your classes online or using a hybrid setup, instead of in-person classes.

We’ll help you create an online course.

Step 1: Enable online courses

It’s important that you enable online courses from your module settings first. Otherwise, all the courses you’ll create will be a regular one. Regular courses only had the following tabs: Attendees, Pricing, and Preview.

To enable online courses, follow these steps.

  1. From your Wajooba account, go to Settings ⚙️.
  2. Select Module Settings.
  3. Under Courses, select the Enable Online Courses checkbox.
  4. To save the changes, scroll down to the bottom of the page and select Submit.

💡 In case you’ll need to create a regular course in the future, follow the same steps to disable online courses.

Step 2: Create a course

Now that you’ve already enabled online courses from your module settings, we can now create a course.  We’ll create a course like we usually do. Make sure to follow the guide we created for a detailed instruction. 

💡 If you want interested customers to register for a test run or a demo before they register for a paid membership, select the Allow Online Course Preview checkbox on the Add Pricing step of the course setup.

Step 3: Start building the course curriculum

After you create a course, you can start uploading documents or files to your chapters or activities. Here are guides that will help you in doing so.

Step 4: Manage course attendees

When you already have contents in your course, you can start accepting registrations as well. Make sure to read the guide we created about managing course attendees. This will help you track your member’s attendance, memberships, batches, and even progress.

Step 5: Track members’ progress on tests and activities

We know that you’d like to know how your members are doing so far in your course. Here are a few guides that you can use in tracking their progress and performance.

Created by: Paul Romuel Danila
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