How to Enroll Students in a Сourse
To access course materials, students must be registered for your course. You can add them manually via your personal account, or students can enroll in a course themselves via the course website.
How to Register for a Course
Registration for the course and access to your lessons require confirmation — each student who enrolled in the course or whom you added via your account must confirm their registration via email.
The confirmation email, like other system emails, is sent from the standard sender address (email@example.com). You can change the email address in the "Settings" > "Email address of the sender" tab.
Please note that you need to confirm your email address in the SMTP service for it to become available in the "EDU" section.
To access your paid course, the student will have to pay for it in their student's account using the payment method you chose or via the link in the next email and wait for the course start date.
If you have set up a free course, then every student who confirms the enrollment in your course will be able to immediately start the lessons.
How to Add Students via Your Account
Find your course in the "Overview" tab, and click Add student under the "Students" section.
You will be able to send invitations to users once you publish your registration site and launch the course.
Enter students’ email addresses manually, adding each new contact in a new line. You can manually upload up to 1000 addresses.
Select an email language.
You can also assign tags to all the students you add.
You can also create accounts for your students to allow them to take courses without registration confirmation. Enable the “Create account” option, and your students will receive an email with their login information instead of a registration link.
Using the Mailing list
You can also sign up your students using the contacts you have in the email service. When you add students using your mailing list, their names from the "Name" variable are also added.
See also: How to Create a Mailing List with Variables.
Go to the "Mailing list" tab, select a mailing list, and assign tags.
When you add students’ email addresses one at a time, select language, and assign a teg.
One by One
When you add students’ email addresses one at a time, you can also add their first and last name.
Go to the "Individual Entry" tab, and enter the student's email address and first and last name.
After you have added or selected email addresses from the mailing list, click Add.
The specified students will receive a confirmation email to register for your course. By clicking on the link in the email, the user will be redirected to the site — they will need to enter their password to access their student's account.
How to Allow Students to Enroll by Themselves
A registration page with course description is automatically generated for each course. You can also create and customize your page. Visitors can find your page using a search engine and enroll in your course.
Read more: How to Customize Your Course Site.
A website with a course description and a possibility to enroll is generated for each course. Visitors can find the site using a search engine and enroll in your course.
You can also post a link to the course registration site on social media or send it via private messages.
Students who visited your course page can register regardless of whether the course is currently active or not.
To enroll in your course, a student needs to click "Register" on the course registration page.
Next, the student enters their personal data.
After clicking “Register,” a confirmation email will be sent to their email address. They will be able to log into their student’s accounts to take the course after confirming their registration by clicking on the link in the email.
If the student did not receive a confirmation email, you may advise them to check their “Spam” folder or request an email resend.
Each site visitor can ask questions using the feedback form on your registration page.
Learn more Students’ Questions before Enrolling in a Course.
Last Updated: 23.02.2023
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