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Can I offer a course in any language?
Can I offer a course in any language?

Learn how to use Pathwright in your language or offer a translated course.

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Written by Laurie Garcia
Updated over a week ago

Course content in any language

All course content can be entered in the language of your choice. We support: 

  • Arabic

  • Chinese

  • Dutch

  • French

  • German

  • Greek

  • Japanese

  • Malay

  • Polish

  • Portuguese

  • Spanish

  • and more...

What about the interface? 

Pathwright's user interface will default to English. However, we have a beta translation feature in-progress that allows you to change the default language of the learner-facing interface to the language of your choice. A Spanish translation is ready, and other languages are being contributed by current Pathwright users. 

Learn more about how to translate or localize Pathwright's learner interface for your account. This stage of the beta supports only one language per account, so for example, if you wanted to offer courses in both English and Spanish, you'd need to set up a separate Pathwright school for each custom interface. 

Need to offer several languages in a single account? Many educators successfully use Pathwright to offer courses in other languages by simply naming the learning steps and writing their content in that language. As you can see below, the course experience your learners interact with is primarily made up of the content you enter in the language of your choice.

💡Tip: If your learners are completely unfamiliar with English, it may be helpful to include an introductory step explaining key English words used in the course experience (path, step, complete, start, resume, review, discuss, optional, teacher, about, community, performance, etc).

Translated courses

If you need to make a translation of an existing course, first copy the course, then have your translator edit the content in the copy. 

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