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Curriculums

Curriculums are a way of grouping your courses for better organization, to perform mass actions on all of them, and to sell them online as a single entity. What Groups are for Users, Curriculums are for courses.

The Curriculums section allows you to see all existing curricula in a tabular listing that also shows the number of students enrolled to each one and buttons to edit or delete a specific curriculum. The section also features a search box for quickly finding the curriculum you want to view or edit. The curriculum list can be downloaded as an Excel-compatible CSV file.

You can add a new curriculum through the “Add curriculum” button, by entering a name for your new curriculum and selecting the category it belongs too, an avatar and a short description.

There are also a number of advanced settings, such as a code enabling students to register to the curriculum by themselves, whether the Curriculum is active and ok to be shown on the catalog, a base price for enrolling in the curriculum, the branch it belongs to and the certification you get by completing it.

After you have created your curriculum you can add Courses and Users to it.

Mini How-to: Adding a Curriculum

To add a new curriculum, click on the “+ Add Curriculum” button in the Curriculum section. This will open the page to add a new curriculum.

On the form that appears you need to fill in the name of the curriculum and select the category (e.g. History, Math, etc) that your curriculum belongs to. You can also add an optional Short Description.

Adding a curriculum

Finally, there are several advanced options that you can set when you click on the “advanced settings” link. Those are a unique code for identifying the curriculum, whether to activate and/or show the curriculum on the catalog, the base price for selling the curriculum, the branch the curriculum belongs to, and a certification that is awarded to the users completing this curriculum.

When you are finished completing the form, click “Submit” to create the new curriculum.