Create a style sheet for a course
Write better basic problems
Build advanced problem types
Use grading libraries
Design alternative navigationUse anti-cheating measures
Create interactive walkthroughs
Beautify your landing pages
Leverage edX advanced settings
Enable a resource sharing form
Write new problem types with JSInput
Build a content library
Consider different approaches to adaptive learning
Track data in realtime
Studio Advanced is a course for experienced course designers in edX Studio – people who have already built at least one online class on the edX platform. If you’re more of an edX beginner, you might want to take StudioX first.
This course has been designed to enable you to dip in and out of learning as you require it, as well as support linear learning pathways.
The course is organized into four main sections: advanced planning, improved procedures, short projects and long projects.
While this course is primarily a guide to hone your course authoring skills, there are various assessments to complete along the way.
StudioX: Creating a Course with edX Studio
I have years of experience using other elearning authoring tools. Can I start with Studio Advanced instead of StudioX?
If you are new to edX Studio, then we highly suggest starting with StudioX to learn the basics. Once you have created a practice course, and completed the challenge activities, then you will be ready for Studio Advanced.