Before you can add lessons, steps, modules, and all the readings, videos, discussions, and other activities that will make up your course, you'll need to create a course to upload your teaching material into. Ready to start designing a course that you or others will teach? 

Create a course for a single cohort to take

When you first log into your Pathwright account, you'll see your Home page. The Teach tab will list courses that you are teaching and you can also use the Teach tab to create new courses. 

  1. Under the "Teach" tab, you will see a button that says “Create a new course.” Select this and name your course. 
  2. You can upload a course cover image for your course now (or customize your course covers later). When finished, select “Create.” 

The new course will be listed on your Teach tab. Select the course. Your course will open on the Path tab, where you will begin to build a learning path for your learners. 

You can edit the course details by opening “Course Settings.” 

Create a course that multiple groups will take

If you have Multiple Cohorts enabled, you will also be able to create courses from your Design tab. By building out the Master Path first, you will be able to publish multiple customizable cohorts that you or others can teach. 

  1. Under the "Design" tab, select the button that says “Design a new course.” 
  2. Name your course, then select “Create.” 

The new course will be listed on your Design tab. Select the course. Your course will open on the Path tab, where you will begin to build a learning path for your students. 

You can edit the course details by opening “Course Settings.” 

Once the Master Path is built, you can create multiple cohorts, or unique offerings of the course with separate class rosters, discussions, schedules, pricing, etc. Find out how to create a new cohort.

Don't have a Design tab yet? Ask us to turn on Multiple Cohorts, or build out your courses from the Teach tab now and enable multiple cohorts later. 

Need to add yourself as the Teacher of one or more of the cohorts? Here's how to set yourself as the teacher. 

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