This feature is currently in beta testing and pre-requires the Complete Plan or above. Admins may apply for the beta.
Use a Collection to offer an ordered bundle of courses and take your multi-course program from choose-your-own adventure....
to complete clarity.
List multiple courses on one learning path and give instant access to all courses with a single enrollment. Keep everyone in a group together as they work through the program.
How to create a Collection
Creating a Collection is very similar to creating a course.
- Go to your Teach tab and select "Create a new Path."
- Choose to create a new Collection. Name your Collection and select "Create."
- Add existing courses to your path. Optionally group two or more courses together and add multiple groupings of courses. Drag and drop courses easily.
- Publish and invite learners just like you would do with an individual course.
Create a new Collection from your Teach tab on your Home page.
How it works / FAQs
These apply to the current beta; more functionality is coming soon.
How does pricing work?
Pricing works the same way as for a regular course; all courses included in the Collection are included in the purchase or subscription price automatically; learners will not (cannot) be prompted to pay for each course in a Collection separately
How does this work with multiple cohorts?
Each cohort within the Collection, whether created by staff or a member via member-created cohorts, will be persistent through all the courses inside. Learners enrolled in one cohort will not be mixed in with learners in other cohorts.
For example, if you create a public cohort in the Collection, everyone who enrolls in it will be in the public cohort in each of the courses included in the Collection.
If someone creates a private cohort in the same Collection, everyone who enrolls in that private cohort will be enrolled in the same private cohort in each of the courses included in the Collection.
How do you track progress through the Collection?
Progress is tracked through each individual course; courses can be marked complete on the Collection Path by the learner so that the whole Path shows completion.
Do courses in Collections sync back to the Master Path within that course?
Yes, they do. Make edits once in the course Master Path and they will update to all cohorts, including those used inside Collections.
Can you have community discussions in the Collection itself?
No, not yet. We'll likely add this as an enhancement down the road. You can continue to have discussions within the courses in the Collection.
Can you enforce order or minimum passing score on each course?
No, not yet. We'll likely add this as an enhancement down the road as well.
Can you award a certificate for a Collection?
Yes, a certificate can be downloaded upon completion of an entire Collection, if enabled.
What teacher tools can I access in a Collection?
- Invite members and staff (yes)
- Scheduling (yes)
- Stats (yes)
- Review (in-progress)
- Notes (in-progress)
- Message the class (yes)
- Learner preview mode (yes)
What access does a Course Editor have when invited to a Collection?
When you give someone Course Editor access to a Collection, they can add public or members-only courses to the Collection and remove or rearrange courses included on the Path.
They can add new cohorts and edit all course and cohort settings.
They cannot add private courses to which they have no access and they cannot access the content of any courses in the Collection (unless they are given access to those courses individually).
What access does a Teacher have when invited to a Collection?
When you invite someone to enroll in a Collection cohort as a teacher, they can add public or members-only courses to their cohort and remove or rearrange courses included on their cohort Path.
They cannot create new courses, add private courses to which they have no access, or edit the original content of any courses in the Collection (unless they are given editing access to those courses individually).
Clicking into courses on the Path will enroll them as teachers inside those courses.