220.127.116.11. Access a Course Run in Studio#
When you create a course and a course run in Publisher, Publisher immediately creates a URL for that course run in Studio. You can then use that URL to access the course run in Studio and add content to the course run.
When Publisher creates a Studio URL for the course run, Studio adds the user who created the course run as a course team member. That course team member must then add other course team members in Studio.
Additionally, Publisher sends an email notification to the course team. The email notification contains a link to the course run in Studio and to the course run page in Publisher.
18.104.22.168.1. Information Required for a Studio URL#
To create a course run URL that you can access in Studio, you must enter the following information in Publisher.
The name of the course administrator for your organization.
The course title.
The course number.
The course enrollment tracks.
The price of a certificate for the course, if the course offers certificates.
Course Run Information
The course start and end dates. Times are in universal coordinated time (UTC).
You enter this information when you create a course and course run. For information about how to create a course and a course run, see Create a Course in Publisher and Create a Course Run.
22.214.171.124.2. Accessing a Course Run in Studio#
When Publisher has created a URL for the course run in Studio, the URL is visible on the page for that course run in Publisher. Additionally, you receive a notification email message that contains the course run URL.
To open the course run in Studio and add content to the course run, complete one of the following actions.
In the notification email message, select the link for the course run URL.
Sign in to Publisher, and then locate the Course Runs heading on the page for the course. Then, in the list of course runs and accompanying Studio URLs, select the URL for the course that you want.
Sign in to Publisher, and then select the link under Studio URL on the page for the course run.