For each training, you can create a lesson schedule that the student will see in his profile. The schedule can be configured in two ways: common for everyone and individual one.
In the general schedule, only the date and time of “opening” of each lesson for all training students is indicated. This is convenient if you have a limited number of students and you know for sure that they will start their studies on the same dates. For example, the training was sold once, within one day, the declared start date of training is the next day.
An individual schedule allows you to configure flexible access for each student, regardless of the date of the start of training. This is convenient if the training is sold without time limits indicated, and at the same time the training is carried out by users who joined at different moments of time.
Important: for correct operation, it is not recommended to make changes on the “Access” and “Schedule” tabs in trainings and sub-trainings if they already have students. These actions can lead to loss of access for clients and incorrect operation of restrictions.
Pluralism is a term used in philosophy, meaning "doctrine of multiplicity", often used in opposition to monism ("doctrine of unity") and dualism ("doctrine of duality"). The term has different meanings in metaphysics, ontology, epistemology and logic.
In metaphysics, pluralism is the doctrine that—contrary to the assertions of monism and dualism—there are in fact many different substances in nature that constitute reality.
In ontology, pluralism refers to different ways, kinds, or modes of being. For example, a topic in ontological pluralism is the comparison of the modes of existence of things like 'humans' and 'cars' with things like 'numbers' and some other concepts as they are used in science