Pathwright is a learning tool that anyone can use to design interactive courses that students can take online. What makes Pathwright different from competing online classroom applications is that course creators that use this web-app to make money from their work. Pathwright offers all the tools necessary to sell branded courses to virtually anyone in the world.
If you’ve got skills to teach, then why not make some money off of them? With Pathwright, you can follow simple steps to design a new course from scratch. Start by customizing your course with your own logos, artwork, and a subdomain URL that students can visit, then begin adding the videos, audio lectures, and texts that students will use when taking your online class. Pathwright makes it easy to add additional content from sites like Scribd, Vimeo, and YouTube. When your course is complete, you can set a price and start accepting credit card payments from students who register online. Students who’ve signed up for your classes can delve into the coursework and post questions based on the content you’ve added. Courses can be made even more interactive with Q&As and student discussion groups, which Pathwright facilitates through its online platform.
Educators who prefer taking a back seat in the process can allow other instructors to moderate and teach the courses they’ve set up, making it possible for multiple classes of students to take advantage of the coursework a single Pathwright user has created and posted online.
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Hi Stephanie, thanks so much for the write-up. This is a great format for reviewing apps.
One clarification on one of your points:
You said, “It’s unclear how many students would be willing to pay for the courses their instructors set up online.”
Just to clarify, the students only pay to access the course if the instructor sets a price for the course. An instructor can offer a course at no cost. This is helpful in the academic context where the student/parent has already paid tuition and also for employee/customer training courses.
Thanks for the mention!