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The Step By Step Guide To Build Your Own Online Course on Nadet Academy

Interested in launching your own online course? Nadet Academy as you know, is an e-learning platform that helps you create and launch your own online courses with the best content management system in the world. In this tutorial I’ll give you a hands-on look at how you can create and manage your courses. What features do you enjoy?

  • A drag-and-drop course builder.
  • Content restriction.
  • Quizzes and a quiz creator.
  • Special integration for videos in courses.
  • Course certifications.
  • Monetisation
  • Course reviews

What do you need to have before you get started?

  • A laptop, a tablet or a phone(you would have to rotate to landscape for better use)
  • Your course content already created and organised into lessons (text and video) and quizzes
  • You must have sent your course title, description and price to the Nadet Academy Course Verfication Team already. All you have to do is to fill this form before creating a new course. Upon receiving the course approval email, you can proceed with your course creation.
  • Make sure all your lesson videos are less than 35mb

Let's Dive Right In

Creating a new course

After you have created an account on the Nadet Academy platform, you have gone further to becoming an instructor by clicking on the “Become an Instructor” button, a different interface will open up to you on the dashboard to look like the screenshot below. On your instructor dashboard, simply click on “Create a New Course” to get you into the course creation interface.

 

Add Title and Category

Instantly, you are taken to the backend dashboard of the course creator. The first thing you need to do, is to add your course title at the top and tick the category that your course falls into just as seen in the screenshot below

Course Settings

Under the course settings area, you get a variety of options to set. Firstly, Maximum Students  allows you decide the number of students you want to allow to enroll for your course. Ignore this if there is no limit. Secondly, setting the course Difficulty Level, you want to leave it at all levels if you do not have various stages of the course you are creating. If you do have various stages and levels, then you can chose beginner level if that is the beginner course of the entire course you are creating and choose the other options for the more advanced part of the courses.

Lastly, your excerpt. Excerpts are optional hand-crafted summaries of your content that gives the user a summarized idea of what your course and content lessons entail.

Tutor Settings

Another part of the course settings you want to take into consideration is whether or not y0u want to make your course public so enrollment will not be required. This is under the tutor settings. DO NOT TICK “Make this course public” if you want your course to be paid for and enrolled for. Under that option, you can disable the Q & A for your lessons if you do not want questions to be asked when students take your course. If this is not your intention, leave it unticked.

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