Create a Course

An overview of 4 steps you have to follow to set up a course: (1) Create, (2) Configure, (3) Publish, and (4) Results.

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Written by Olga
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Easygenerator is an intuitive e-learning authoring tool so that anyone can create courses. You will have everything you need to get started from day one.

Our main goal is to make content creation a piece of cake. That’s why Easygenerator has various options to give you a good start.

Course Builder

Facilitate the overall course creation process and develop the structure and content of your e-learning course with our Course Builder by following 3 simple steps designed to help you clearly identify what you want your audience to learn. You can use our Course Builder with AI features or the manual flow.

Start from scratch

Easygenerator's drag-and-drop features and beautiful content layout options allow you to create stunning courses in no time. Drag and drop sections, content pages, and questions, and enrich your course with text, tables, images, video, and audio.

Use a template

You can choose from the ready-to-use templates to create courses or microlearning modules, customize the content, look & feel, and create your own branded e-learning with ease. The templates cover all sorts of topics: remote productivity, effective online meetings, and so on.

Import a PowerPoint

Easygenerator’s PowerPoint import feature allows you to quickly convert your PowerPoint presentation into a fully functional e-learning course. This option gives great results, as it creates an editable course, saving you plenty of time and effort.

Steps to create a course

Creating a course in Easygenerator is a four-step process. Easygenerator course editor will guide you through the entire process. All changes are automatically saved. You can preview your course from any step of the course editor.

Step 1: Create.
Start with adding a new section or page and fill in some content. On the left side menu, there’s a list of all available content and question items, and you can simply drag and drop any of them into a course section or without a section to the course layout directly depending on the course type you are working on.

You can use two options for the course structure:

  1. Use the structure of the sections and devote each section to a specific subject matter, so you can add there different content and question pages to dive deeper into specific topic details:

  2. For smaller courses (microlearning), you can use content and question pages without sections where each page will describe some specific aspect of the general subject of the course:

Step 2: Configure.
Under Configure tab, you can set up different course settings, like the design of your course, results tracking, scoring, certificates, learners survey, number of attempts, timer, question pool, language, etc.

Step 3: Publish.
Easygenerator provides a few options to publish courses:

  • Publishing on the Easygenerator server and sharing a private link

  • Publishing inside a website

  • Publishing to your LMS

  • Publishing to your hosting

  • Exporting course as PDF

When the course is published you can update it anytime and download an updated package.

NOTE: It's not recommended to make structure changes (adding, moving, or removing pages/sections; changing the answer options in existing questions, etc) to a published course that is being completed by learners. The progress may be lost or reported incorrectly.

Step 4: Results.
Under the Results tab, you can see your learners’ results per section and question if results tracking and reporting to Easygenerator is enabled.

You can also export all learners’ results to check what course/s each learner has completed and see if they need extra support or intervention.

Enterprise customers

Enterprise users might be part of groups, an exclusive Enterprise feature. While creating a new course, they will have the option to decide which groups they want to share their content with. This will help to meet the confidentiality rules within your organization and allow Group Admins to seamlessly manage their materials.

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