Hi Erik, I'm a newbie myself. You can use the studio to create courses. If you run your own edx site, there should be a studio you can use to create courses, I think it's http://yoursite.com/edx-studio
If you create courses in the studio.edge.edx.org site, you can export the course out as a gzip tarball. Then you just login to your local edx server as the admini and import the course. There's a lot of documentation to read through. Best! Adam On Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 2:00:48 PM UTC-4, Erik Van de Water wrote: > > I may have some confusion about some basics of how self-managed edX > installations work. The documentation hasn't solved the problem. > > First, I suppose, is where I create courses. Do I create courses on my > installation or using the studio provided by studio.edge.edx.org? > > If I create it locally, how do I create a course? When I created a > superuser, it still appeared as a student (the dashboard did not provide an > option to create a course, only take the default course). > > If instead I create it in the studio provided at studio.edge.edx.org, how > do I host it on my own server? > > Thank you for the help! > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "General Open edX discussion" group. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/edx-code/3ec5becc-5251-49ca-b077-5fe3f95e3c99%40googlegroups.com.