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Building Your Course

Learning Modules

A Learning Module is a logical, structured group of course content, similar in concept to a chapter in a textbook, and may be composed of several sections and/or activities. 

Screenshot of a Learning Module highlighting the Table of Contents

 

Learning Modules are built in nearly the same way that one would create and populate a Content Area and all types of content, such as Items, Assignments, and Tests may be included in a Learning Module.

Faculty members can add folders and sub-folders to a Learning Module to impose a hierarchical structure over the content. This hierarchy is an outline view that is displayed in the Table of Contents allowing students to quickly understand the scope and structure of a lesson.

Faculty members are able to enforce sequential viewing of their Learning Modules, providing control over how students access the content.

 

Last updated: 7/03/2013