All the authoring tools you need
From videos, screencasts, presentations and notes to quizzes and assignments, you can create all your course content right inside your browser. Or re-use your existing content by uploading it from your computer. Our authoring tools are free and simple to use and our Kwik Stars are available 24/7 to help.
Learners don't want to watch hour-long videos or read through mountains of text. Right-sizing your content, so that is easy to consume, is a key component of a successful online course. Our authoring tools guide you in creating right-sized content so that your learners get the most out of your course.
Learning paths for self-paced learning
By organizing your content into modules, and your modules into a learning path (i.e. complete module 1 before module 2, and module 2 before module 3, etc…), you give your learners an easy-to-understand roadmap for completing your course at their own pace. We make it simple to develop your course's learning path.
Our incredible Kwik Stars are available 24/7 to assist you in teaching your courses. They are all trained in creating effective online courses and are available to you whenever you need. You can depend on great support and quick response times.
Use Kwiksta's broad range of authoring tools to create online courses your way.
Record videos in your browser, with your webcam
Use your computer's webcam to record video for your course. Our global video servers make it easy to record video from wherever you are. No extra software required.
Upload PowerPoint presentations and record synchronized video
By recording a video with your webcam while clicking through your PowerPoint presentation, you can create an engaging presentation/video combination that your learners will love. Do all of this right inside your web browser.
Upload videos from your computer
Easily upload any format of video from your computer. Kwiksta processes your video and plays it in whichever format is best suited to the learner.
Create notes or upload PDF documents
An easy-to-use notes editor allows you to create your notes from scratch or upload your existing PDF documents.
Set quizzes for practice or for assessment
Use quizzes to test your learners understanding of your course content or to give them an opportunity to prove their knowledge competencies.
Set written assignments, include teacher feedback
Use written assignments to give learners practical projects or to have them complete defined pieces of work; then have teachers assess and provide feedback.