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If you would like to get to know how to use the course editor the following chapter will provide you with useful information. Having reached the end of our illustrated guide you will have created a course similar to the one created with the Wizard. However, in contrast to the Wizard you will have made yourself familiar with the features of the course editor and will therefore be able to edit courses or create more complex ones later on.

Step 1: Create course
1Click on "Authoring" in the main navigation.
2

Select "Course" in the drop down menu "Create" in the toolbar.

Oben in der Toolbar „Erstellen“ → „Kurs“ wählen.

3Insert title and click "Create".
4

Add a description and more metadata like e.g. the requirements or a picture, and save.

Fügen Sie die Beschreibung und weitere Informationen im Tab "Info" hinzu. Nutzen Sie auch die Tabs "Metadaten" und "Durchführung" für weitere Informationen. Natürlich können sie auch schon jetzt die weiteren Tabs einrichten.

5Start course editor from the "administration" in the toolbar.
Step 2: Insert welcome page
1Click "Insert course elements" in the course toolbar and select "Single page" in the knowledge transfer section. A new course element is always inserted right beneath the currently selected course element.
2Indicate a short title in the tab "Title and description" and save your settings.
3In the tab "Page content" click on "Select or create page".
4Indicate the file name of the HTML page to be created (e.g. "welcome") and click on "Create".
5Write a welcome message.
6Click on "Save and close".
Step 3: Insert folder for courseware before uploading documents from your computer
1Click "Insert course elements" in the course toolbar and select "Folder" in the knowledge transfer section. A new course element is always inserted right beneath the currently selected course element.
2Indicate a short title in the tab "Title and description" and save your settings.
3Click on "Open folder" in the tab "Folder configuration".
4Select the link "Upload file."
5Search for a document on your own computer and click "Upload". Wählen Sie den Link "Datei hochladen" und suchen Sie auf Ihrem eigenem Rechner nach der gewünschten Datei. Schließen Sie den Vorgang über den Button "Hochladen“ ab.
Step 4: Insert discussion forum
1Click "Insert course elements" in the course toolbar and select "Forum" in the communication and collaboration section. A new course element is always inserted right beneath the currently selected course element.
2Indicate a short title in the tab "Title and description" and save your settings.
Step 5: Publish and activate your course
1Select "Publish" in the course toolbar on the top.
2All changes will automatically be published. Changes to a course element will not be published if you deselect it.
3Click "Next".
4

Select "All registered OpenOLAT users" in the pull-down menu, section "Modification of course access".

Im Pulldown-Menu im Bereich "Publikation" die Option „Veröffentlicht" auswählen und im Bereich "Zugang für Teilnehmer der Organisation" die gewünschte Option wählen.

5Click "Next".
6Select "Yes" in the "Add course to catalog" pull-down menu in the "Create catalog entry" section.
7Click „Finish“.
8Either click the red X in the top right corner or on the course name in the breadcrumb navigation in order to close the editor.

Now your course is visible for OpenOLAT users and can be used. Das Hinzufügen weiterer Kursbausteine z.B. "Einschreibung"  oder "E-Mail", wie bei der Erstellung mit Hilfe des Assistenten, erfolgt ähnlich wie das Hinzufügen der hier erläuterten Bausteine "Ordner" und "Forum".

Your course is also now available in the catalog and course participants can find it in the corresponding category.

Meist ist es allerdings sinnvoll einen Kurs erst fertigzustellen und erst danach, abschließend in den Katalog einzutragen.
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