Now, we will dive deeper into creating your first online training course. Let’s go! Building courses with our online course builder has never been easier! You can focus only on the content. There's no need to worry about design, layout or fonts, colors etc. Our designers take care of that part for you!
To Start Off..
First things first, that is, introducing the course to the participants. You can write down what kind of expectations they could have of your course and wish them good luck :)
Offer text, audio or video
You can offer them some text, show a video, or listen to some audio. After that, you can practice some questions with them. You can add multiple choice questions, image questions or a question with audio or video. It’s all up to you!
After that you can even add more practice questions, more text or add an exam. It’s even possible to add an assessment, which is a tool to get to know your students on other areas. For example the way they work in a group; are the group workers, leaders, creative workers, etc. This helps with dividing your employees into different project groups.
The last page will be ‘the end page’. This is the last page of your course. Time to say goodbye and convince them to take another course.
In the settings, you will find a few pretty high-tech settings. You can set how many attempts participants have to do the course. You can set a timer and configure your terms and conditions that apply before playing the course.
Results & Stats
With the results and stats it’s possible to track progress of your participants. You are able to view the results per user and with that get an overhaul overview of the progress. It’s easy to export your results to an Excel-sheet.
As a creator of a course, you can ask participants to login. You can invite them, for example, by email. Participants will receive an invitation in which they are able to find their username and password to login. It’s also possible to make your course free for everyone to use.
Publish & Share
There are different ways to publish and share your course. First, you can share via URL, use CRM integration, embed code (which also include legacy and responsive embed code) or download a SCORM file (Beta testing only).
It’s possible to integrate your system to ours. We have a few different types of LMS integrations: Webhook, Mailchimp and AWeber. To dive deeper into integrations, you will have to read this article. If you need a custom integration with Navision, Dynamics, SAP or another CRM. Let us know!
You can send your participants a certificate for passing their online training course. This certificate will be sent automatically when participants pass the course. This is especially easy with an online training, because everything is online and there's no need to hand out the certificates.
Are you missing something in our tool? Do you want to add some custom features? We do a lot of custom work for our clients. Send us an email, tell us what you want and we’ll make a quote for you.
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How to create an online course? A step by step guide.
To help you get started with our online software, we've made a short course "How to create an online course". It takes around 5-10 minutes to go through at once, or you can use it as a reference when building your course. It will definitely help you to get started quickly!
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What is an online course?
According to the dictionary, a course is a series of lectures or lessons about a particular subject, leading to an examination or qualification. The term became popular in the 1800s and comes originally from the Latin word cursus, which contains the idea of something that runs, or flows. Which is very related to how a course works: there’s a curriculum, or study plan you must follow in order to complete the training.
Now, a lot has changed since the 1800s. From private tutors with books to classrooms full of students, a course was usually given on a fixed setting and involved people listening to a lecture or reading about a subject in a book.
How to study for online courses
Here are the best ways on how to study for online courses. A guide to get the most out of your studying and to get into the flow. Studying for your online course is something different than in a traditional class. You’re less dependent on your teacher and get to fill in your own time. This seems to be amazing, but this may also be a pitfall for some learners. Here are some tips that will help you!