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05 subscribe-to-a-course

  1. 1. My Learning Log How to Subscribe to a Course www.mylearninglog.com
  2. 2. How to Subscribe to a Course on My Learning Log
  3. 3. In this topic, you’ll learn how to… 1… use the course catalogue
  4. 4. In this topic, you’ll learn how to… 1… use the course catalogue 2… subscribe to a course
  5. 5. In this topic, you’ll learn how to… 1… use the course catalogue 2… subscribe to a course 3… take a paid-for course
  6. 6. In this topic, you’ll learn how to… 1… use the course catalogue 2… subscribe to a course 3… take a paid-for course 4… view your order
  7. 7. In this topic, you’ll learn how to… 1… use the course catalogue 2… subscribe to a course 3… take a paid-for course 4… view your order 5… add users to a course subscription
  8. 8. 1. Use the course catalogue
  9. 9. To view the course catalogue, go here Note: you don’t have to be logged in to see the full catalogue
  10. 10. Click a Course Subject Area > View This page will show you all Course Categories in the Course Subject Area
  11. 11. Click a Course Category > View This page will show you all Course Modules in the Course Category
  12. 12. Click a Course Module > View You can also click through to all courses in the same category here
  13. 13. You can also find courses in the A to Z
  14. 14. Click any letter in the Courses A to Z … and click View Course
  15. 15. 2. Subscribe to a course
  16. 16. Before subscribing to a course, you can… … read through the introduction page
  17. 17. To do more, you need to register or log in
  18. 18. You can now click here…
  19. 19. … and read the reviews
  20. 20. You can also click here…
  21. 21. … and learn about the course provider
  22. 22. … or contact them for more details
  23. 23. A course is free if it has “(F)” after it…
  24. 24. To subscribe to a free course, click here As a result of subscribing, the following happens…
  25. 25. … a confirmation box shows
  26. 26. … this line now appears here … plus a link to your My Courses page
  27. 27. … the Add to Wishlist link disappears
  28. 28. The course is on your My Courses…
  29. 29. … and added to your left-hand box
  30. 30. … and to your top-right My Account
  31. 31. Your My Learning Log stats increase…
  32. 32. You are enrolled in your course log
  33. 33. You are added to the course Learners
  34. 34. … and receive the first email with link
  35. 35. … and first inbox message with link
  36. 36. To stop course emails, change here… … by unchecking these 2 boxes
  37. 37. 3. Take a paid-for course
  38. 38. Find a course you want to subscribe to Note: paid-for courses don’t have “F” after their name
  39. 39. Click “View” to see your course
  40. 40. This takes you to the course intro page Go to the Subscribe table at the bottom and click “Add to Basket”
  41. 41. This takes you to your Shopping Basket Check the item(s) and then click “Proceed to checkout”
  42. 42. This takes you to the Checkout Check again, click Terms and Conditions and then click “Check out with PayPal”
  43. 43. This takes you to our PayPal page Check your order summary on the left. Choose how to pay on the right
  44. 44. If you decide to pay by credit card… … click “Pay with a Debit or Credit Card”
  45. 45. … and you’ll go to this page Tip: the keywords should be: name of course module, course category, course subject area Add your debit or credit card details and click Continue
  46. 46. This will take you to a Review page… … where you can click “Pay Now”
  47. 47. Which will take you to the last page… … where you can click here to return to My Learning Log
  48. 48. If you decide to pay by PayPal… … add your PayPal account details and click Log In
  49. 49. This will take you to the Review page … where you can review your order and click “Pay Now”
  50. 50. Which will take you to the last page… … where you can click here to return to My Learning Log
  51. 51. If you click Cancel on any page…
  52. 52. … you’ll go back to the site… … and your order will be fully cancelled
  53. 53. You’ll now get a PayPal email…
  54. 54. … and an MLL email Click this link for your course
  55. 55. Here is your newly-subscribed course
  56. 56. 4. View your order
  57. 57. To view your order, click here…
  58. 58. This will take you to this page… Click any date link for…
  59. 59. … details of your order Click this link to go to your paid- for course
  60. 60. 5. Add others to your subscription
  61. 61. Find a course you want to subscribe to Note: paid-for courses don’t have “F” after their name
  62. 62. Click “View” to see your course
  63. 63. This takes you to the course intro page Add more than one subscriber to the Subscribers’ box… and then click “Add to Basket”
  64. 64. This takes you to your Shopping Basket Note the number of subscribers and then click “Proceed to checkout”
  65. 65. This takes you to the Checkout Check again, click Terms and Conditions and then click “Check out with PayPal”
  66. 66. Pay as before and receive this email… … which will explain how to register all subscribers
  67. 67. As before, go to your Order History… … and click on the date of the order
  68. 68. This takes you to your order details… … where you can add the MLL account emails of the other subscribers
  69. 69. Add new user emails and click Update
  70. 70. The updates are confirmed and added
  71. 71. You can also add users with a csv file here
  72. 72. Click Browse and select your txt file
  73. 73. New users are notified by email…
  74. 74. … and in a MLL inbox message
  75. 75. That’s the end of this Help/FAQs Check out other presentations in this series below http://mylearninglog.com
  76. 76. That’s the end of this Help/FAQs. Now, go and find a course to subscribe to http://mylearninglog.com
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