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Instructors FAQ

Revenue

Revenue share is 80% to you and 20% to Artsiki, to improve services, our server and our passionate team. Upon subscription, if you upload your courses within one week, you become part of the affiliate program that will give you an extra 10% everytime someone purchases from your course with your course page URL

For now, you can only get paid by PayPal with a $50 threshold every 1st of the month or upon request. You will see your sales automatically in your dashboard. 

Every 1st of the month or upon request. You will see your sales automatically in your dashboard. 

You can see your sales automatically in your dashboard.

Through your dashboard

As soon as you are approved as an instructor, you have access to your dashboard. 

To enter your email for payout. 

1-Login

2-Click on the dashboard

3-Click on the 3 dots

4-Click on payout

5-Enter your PayPal address

 

Promotion

We have a team of worldwide promoters and developers that is and will reach students with different marketing ways. We are investing thousands at the moment at the moment. Stay tuned. 

We will do our 200% so that in the next upcoming year, you have as much students possible. We are devoted and have infinite passion to help instructors to reach the most artistic, performer students,  athletes and active people. Your success will depend on our promotion and also the help and tools we will give you to grow as much as possible.

You can teach on any platforms you desire.

Lessons

You can teach in any language : English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, Chinese, etc.

Any classes that can be interesting for artists, performers, athletes.

You can upload

  • Text lessons
  • Slides
  • Videos
  • Livestreams
  • Zoom conferences

Yes.

Make a lesson of the course free and open to the public, so visitors of your websites can try it before enrolling.

In the dashboard, click on the + sign, the fourth icon and follow the steps.

1-Course title, Category, See the reviews

2-Description

  • Upload the course image
  • Write the description
  • Add the course material (Title, course file : pdf, doc, etc.)
  • See the number of enrolled students
  • Upload a video presentation

3-Curriculum

  • Write each lesson title 
  • Write each quiz and assignment names
  • Add prices
  • Set duration 
  • Set level of the course

4-FAQ

5-Assignments

In the dashboard,

1-Click on Add course
2-Click on Curriculum
3-In Lesson, Write the Lesson title and click on the arrow pointing left
4-On the Lesson that you just have written, pass your mouse and click on edit on the right side
5-Click on Lesson settings, choose the lesson type

To add the lesson
1-Down this page, Click on Add lesson materials
2-Beside Upload lesson file, click on Choose file (doc, pdf, mp4, video)
3-Name the file in Lesson file title
And save changes.

Here are the types you can upload : jpg,jpeg,png,pdf,doc,docx,ppt,pptx,pps,ppsx,xls,xlsx,psd,mp3,ogg,wav,mp4,m4v,mov,wmv,avi,mpg,zip

Keep track of students' progress with assignments. In order to review the assignment, follow the Students Assignments menu. The page includes all the submitted assignments. You can filter the list by student name or by course

1-Login
2-Click on your name on the right hand side 
3-Click on Account
4-In the Dashboard, scroll down. You will find your draft course
5-Pass your mouse on Drafted, or edit course to edit it
6-When finish publish it!

Videos

We highly recommend embedding your videos by uploading them to YouTube or Vimeo. Make them private which means that you can upload your video on these websites (YouTube and Vimeo) and share the embed code in your dashboard of Artsiki.com. That way, you will keep your students in your course and have access to the translating service of these video streaming websites.
 
You will find the embed code by clicking on the share button of each of your videos.
 
Embed code is the best way to keep your students on your page. Uploading videos can take a long time, because of the size of the files unless you have very small files. If you are not sure, start by uploading videos. If it takes more than 10 minutes, try YouTube or Vimeo embed codes instead- the way is shown below.
 
Want your lessons to be more exciting? Just add video content to the lesson.
 
Open your Profile page and Select any course/Add a new course.
 

You will be working in the Curriculum section. Find the lesson you need or add a new one and follow on to the lesson settings.
 

 

On the Lesson editor page find an empty field under the Content tab. Fill in the information. After this, use the Insert tab on the control panel and select Media from the drop-down menu.
 

Now you will be offered several options of how to insert media, or video in our case: General, Embed, Advanced.
 

We need the second option.
 
 
 
For example, you want to add a video from YouTube. Open the video page and find the Share button just under the player.
 

Click on it and from the provided options select Embed.
 

 
 
Use the next option and open the Embed tab. For this time, you need to copy the whole code and paste it into the field.
 

 

Save changes and check the display accuracy.
This is how your students will see the lesson with video embedded.
 

 

You can copy-paste the video URL, but we highly recommend embedding videos from YouTube or Vimeo. Make them private which means that you can upload your video on these websites (YouTube and Vimeo) and share the embed code in your dashboard of Artsiki.com. 
 
You will find the embed code by clicking on the share button of each of your videos.
 
Embed code is the best way to keep your students on your page. Uploading videos can take a long time, because of the size of the files. Unless you have very light files. If you are not sure, start by uploading videos. If it takes more than 10 minutes, try Youtube or Vimeo embed codes instead by the way below.
 
 
Want your lessons to be more exciting? Just add video content to the lesson. 
 
Open your Profile page and Select any course/Add new course.
 

You will be working in the Curriculum section. Find the lesson you need or add a new one and follow to the lesson settings.
 

 

On the Lesson editor page find an empty field under the Content tab. Fill in the information. After this, use the Insert tab on the control panel and select Media from the drop-down menu.
 

Now you will be offered several options of how to insert media, or video in our case: General, Embed, Advanced.
 

We need the first two options.
Switch to the General tab. There is a Source box where you need to paste the URL.
 

*Make sure to use the correct URL for the video.
Follow the instructions on how to copy the URL from the source.
For example, you want to add a video from Youtube. Open the video page and find the Share button just under the player.
 

Click on it and from the provided options select Embed.
 

Select the URL as shown below, the link must include ‘embed’ word.
 

Copy and paste it into the Source.
 

Use the next option and open the Embed tab. For this time you need to copy the whole code and paste it into the field.
 

 

Save changes and check the display accuracy.
This is how your students will see the lesson with video embedded.
 

 

Yes you can. It's possible to upload many videos at the same time. To upload videos, click on Curriculum, Enter Lesson title, Edit, Add Lesson Material at the bottom of the screen. You can upload many videos at the same time by choosing many files at the same time.  The size limit is 2G per video.

Though, we highly recommend using the Video URL or the embed code from as YouTube or Vimeo. It is quicker to do.

Though, we highly recommend using the Video URL or the embedded code from as YouTube or Vimeo.

We highly recommend embedding videos from YouTube or Vimeo. Make them private, which means that you can upload your video on these websites (YouTube and Vimeo) and share the embed code in your dashboard of Artsiki.com. 

You will find the embed code by clicking on the share button of each of your videos.
 
Embed code is the best way to keep your students on your page. Uploading videos can take a long time because of the size of the files unless you have very small files. If you are not sure, start by uploading videos. If it takes more than 10 minutes, try YouTube or Vimeo embed codes instead; the way is shown below.

The maximum size of file upload is 2G per file. Though, we highly recommend using the Video URL or the embedded code from YouTube or Vimeo.
We highly recommend embedding videos from YouTube or Vimeo. Make them private, which means that you can upload your video on these websites (YouTube and Vimeo) and share the embed code in your dashboard of Artsiki.com. 
 
You will find the embed code by clicking on the share button of each of your videos.
 
Embed code is the best way to keep your students on your page. Uploading videos can take a long time because of the size of the files unless you have very small files. If you are not sure, start by uploading videos. If it takes more than 10 minutes, try YouTube or Vimeo embedded codes instead; the way is shown below.

The Live Stream is an amazing solution for e-learning and online education. Both students and instructors will benefit from the opportunity to teach and learn online. The Live Stream lessons will give an opportunity for students to listen, see and follow the instructor as well as ask and get an answer immediately in Live mode.The Lesson Live Stream allows instructors to stream in online mode. Live streaming is being held through third-party services, namely video platforms such as Vimeo and YouTube. With the Live Streaming feature, you will be able to interact with your students on the highest level as they will follow the study materials, add their comments and questions in the Live Chat and give feedback immediately.
You can also save the stream as the video lesson and add it to one of the lessons, so the students who missed Live Stream will be able to watch it later.
 
Once you have created a lesson in Curriculum, click on Edit. You can change the lesson type to Live Stream. 
 
You will be able to set additional options like specifying the stream start/end time and date.
 
Also, you can open any course straight from your profile page and choose one lesson in your Сurriculum.
 

Go straight to the Lesson Settings. From suggested options on Lesson Type choose Stream in the drop-down menu. Next, set the time and date for the stream and add the video URL.
 

Before the Live Stream, students will see the countdown till the start time. For the correctness of the countdown pay attention to the Time Zone you set.
The time zone automatically updates.
Further, you just need to embed a stream directly into the lesson. Don’t forget to make the stream private, so only users with the link can access. Once you set up the video on YouTube, click on the Share button under the player.
 

Next, in the popup find the button Embed and click on it.
 

Now you will see the iframe code where you need to copy just a part of it. The link should include the "embed" word. Copy the link as shown in the image below.
 

Use this link to add the video to the lesson page. Just paste it in the Lesson video URL field.
 

Zoom integration allows you to connect two powerful systems of Artsiki and Zoom Video Conferencing and Interact with your students in real-time. Enjoy the new type of lesson — web conferencing and enhance.

Go to Course Curriculum, find the needed lesson, go to Lesson Settings > Lesson Type and select Zoom Conference type from the options available in the drop-down menu.
You can specify the start date and time, time zone and enable the following functions: Join before Host, Host join start.
 

 
 
 

Help/Support

Support is 24/7. You can write us at info@artsiki.com with any questions or suggestions.