How to Share a Course with Learners

 

ProProfs Training Maker enables easy course sharing with learners. You can easily share your new training course by any of the two methods:

 

  • Sharing a link with your learners

  • Embedding the course on your website.

  • Privately sharing a course with select learners.

 

A few benefits of learning how to share a course with learners are as follows:

 

  1. Share your courses in multiple ways with learners

  2. Ensure you are sharing the course with only those who need to take it

 

Watch our video guide to learn about different course-sharing methods. 

 

 
Or continue reading to learn it step-by-step.
 

Here’s what the learner will see when you share a course link via email:

 

Preview of a Shared Course with Learner via Email

 

In this article, you’ll learn:

 

  1. How to Share a Course Link in Multiple Ways From the Dashboard
  2. How to Share Courses via Online Classroom
  3. How to Privately Share a Course With Your Learners

 

 How to Share a Course Link in Multiple Ways From the Dashboard

 

Step 1: On your ProProfs Training Maker dashboard,

 
  • Click on the Send icon of the course you want to share with your learners.

  • A new pop-up window will open.

 

Learning How to Share a Course with Learners

 

Step 2: Here, you will find multiple ways to share a particular course with learners.

 

Different Course Sharing Methods

 

1. You can email the course directly by entering an email address or selecting users from the dropdown along with a message. Click ‘Send Course Link’ to share the course link via email.

 

Sharing a Course Link via Email

 

2. You can copy and share the link with learners via chat or other methods.

 

Copying and sharing the course link directly via chat and other methods

 
Note: You can either share the classroom link or course link with learners based on your preferences.
 

3. You can use the social sharing buttons to share your course link on your social media pages directly.

Sharing a course on social media

 

4. You can use the ‘Embed’ option to embed the course on your website or blog. Please read: How to embed a course on my website?

 

 How to Share Courses via Online Classroom

 

You can share a course via your online classroom by sending an email notification to your learners.

 

To do so, please follow the steps below:

 

Step 1: On your ProProfs Training Maker dashboard, click ‘Users.

 

Sharing via Online Classroom

 

Step 2: Click on the user’s email address on which you want to share the link.

 

Emailing users about the assigned course

 

Step 3: Again, click on ‘Email’ to share the invitation link.

 

Opening 'Send Email' box

 

Step 4: Hit the ‘Send’ button to finish sharing the classroom invitation link.

 

Sending Classroom Invitation via email

 

 How to Privately Share a Course With Your Learners

 

Step 1: On your ProProfs Training Maker dashboard,

 

  • Click on the Three dots icon or the Kebab Menu icon.

  • Open ‘Settings

 

Opening Settings of a Particular Course

 

Step 2: On the settings page,

 

  • Go to ‘Security.

 

Opening Security tab under Settings

 

  • Enable ‘Private’ to access additional security settings.

 

Enabling Private Sharing of Course

 

Follow the instructions below to customize the security layer of your course:

 

Learning two different Private Sharing methods

 

1. You create users and assign them a set of courses. Users identify themselves by using a username/password combination that is unique to them.

 

2. You can enable private access with a link and password, so anyone who doesn't have the password cannot access the course.

 

Providing private access with a link and course password

 

That is all about course sharing with learners and inviting users to a classroom.

 
 
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