How courses/classes can be created in Fedena?

Modified on Fri, 21 Jul 2017 at 11:45 AM

To add a new course/classes in Fedena, you must either be an administrator or a privileged employee (Manage Course/Batch privilege must be provided).

Note:- Institution type in Fedena are of two types, they are Higher Education and K-12. Depending upon the institution type terms get replaced as course or class. If you have selected the institution type as Higher Education under General settings, terms become Course/Batch and vice versa.
At the top of your dashboard, click the module access icon > 
Administration > Settings > Manage Course/Batch > Manage Course to open the Manage Course page.
  1. In the top right, click the New button to create a new course.

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  1. In the Course name field, enter the course name. The course name does not have to be unique.

  2. In the Section name field, enter the section name, if necessary. If you provide a section name, the full name of the course would then be Course name + Section name.

  3. In the Code field, enter the course code. The course code for each course must be unique.

  4. In the Grading system type field, select the grading system that will be used to evaluate this course.

Note: The grading system types available depend on the grading systems specified within general settings.

  1. Select the Enable elective selection check box to allow students to select elective subjects for this course.

  2. In the Name field, enter the batch name. You can create different batches for the same course.

  3. In the Start date and End date field, enter the start date and end date for the batch in the course.

  4. Click the Save button.

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