General Course Settings

General Course Settings


After a course has been created, users with the "Site Admin" or "Course Creator" roles can edit the course settings at any time. 


To access your course settings, (1) go to the relevant course from your home page.

On the left navigation menu, (2) click on "Course admin" and then (3) "Edit settings."

Within your course settings, you can edit your:
  1. Course full name
  2. Course short name
  3. Course category 
  4. Visibility settings 
  5. Course content downloadability 
  6. Course dates

  1. Course summary (description) 
  2. Course image

As well as other optional settings.

Once you have changed the course settings according to your preference, click "Save and display" to update.

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