- Viewing Course Summaries in the Admin Back Office
- Section 1: Accessing Course Summaries
- Section 2: Viewing Course Summaries
- Section 3: Best Practices for Course Summary Management
Viewing Course Summaries in the Admin Back Office #
This section will explain how administrators can conveniently access and view course summaries within the Admin Back Office through the Coaching module. Course summaries provide a quick overview of the courses available, making it easier for administrators to manage educational content.
Section 1: Accessing Course Summaries #
1. Log in to Admin Back Office: #
Begin by logging in to your Admin Back Office account using your credentials.
2. Navigate to the Coaching Module: #
From the main dashboard, navigate to the Coaching module. This module allows you to manage various aspects of educational content.
3. Access “Manage Course”: #
Within the Coaching module, you will find the “Manage Course” section. Click on this section to access the list of courses available.
Section 2: Viewing Course Summaries #
1. Course Summary List: #
Upon accessing the “Manage Course” section, you will be presented with a list of courses. Each course summary includes the following details:
Course Name: The name of the course.
Status: The current status of the course (active or inactive).
Created On: The date when the course was added.
Action: Under the “Action” column, you will find the “Edit” option, which allows you to make modifications to course details.
2. Default Features: #
In addition to the course summary details, you can use default features to streamline your course management. These features may include options to sort, filter, or search for specific courses.
3. Edit Course: #
To make changes or updates to a specific course, click on the “Edit” option under the “Action” column for that course. This will direct you to the course editing page, where you can modify course details such as the title, type, description, and more.
Section 3: Best Practices for Course Summary Management #
1. Regularly Review Course Summaries: #
Frequently check the course summaries to ensure that course information is accurate and up to date.
2. Keep Courses Organized: #
Use categories or tags to organize courses effectively, making it easier for users to locate the content they need.
3. Monitor Course Engagement: #
Track user engagement with courses to identify popular content and areas for improvement.
Viewing course summaries in the Admin Back Office is a valuable feature for administrators to keep track of available educational content. By following these steps and best practices, you can efficiently manage your courses, ensuring they remain relevant and beneficial to your users.