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Creating an Institute

Having/Being a part of an institution allows you to share the workload with educators of your institute. It also allows you to teach more subjects to a larger student audience.

Having an Institute allows you to access various tools and interact with other educators. Follow the steps below to learn how to create an Institute.



Creating Institute

Assuming you’re already logged in and on your Dashboard, scroll down to the bottom right side of the screen, and you’ll see an option to Become an Institute.

Click on Become an Institute.

A welcome message will pop up; click on Create to proceed.

Enter the Name of the Institution and the Unique Code for your institution

To check the availability of the code, click Check Availability.

Once the availability of the code is verified, click on Save and Next.

Select the subjects you want to teach in your Institution (you can select as many subjects as you want). In case your preferred subject isn’t on the list, you can always create a new program (Subjects, units, and topics) later in the Administration section.

Click on Save and Next.

To add multiple teachers to your institute, you can enter their email addresses and click Send and Save to send them an institute invitation.

Congratulations! Your Institute is now set up.


Managing Users in Institute

You’ll be redirected to the dashboard, where you can manage your institute.

If you wish to manage the Users on your platform, such as adding teachers/educators, click on Manage under the Users module.

Create New Program for the Institution.

Click on Manage under the Program section if you want to manage the current programs or create new ones for your institute.

Click on Add Program in the top right corner of the screen.

Enter the details for your program and click on Add to successfully add your program to the list of programs offered by your institute.


Congratulations! Your new program has been added to the list of programs provided by your institution.


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