Learning Modules

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There are three main ways to present the content:
There are three main ways to present the content:
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* All Pages in one Learning Module and accessible to students at all times  
* All Pages in one Learning Module and accessible to students at all times  
[[File:Screenshot-modules-in-one-page.png]]
[[File:Screenshot-modules-in-one-page.png]]
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* All Pages in one Learning Module and students complete prior module before proceeding to the next.  Prior modules can be ''required'' or simply presented in that order.
* All Pages in one Learning Module and students complete prior module before proceeding to the next.  Prior modules can be ''required'' or simply presented in that order.
[[File:Screenshot-modules-in-lm.png]]
[[File:Screenshot-modules-in-lm.png]]
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* All pages in the course toolbar.  Each Learning Module can be revealed after students have completed prior work.
* All pages in the course toolbar.  Each Learning Module can be revealed after students have completed prior work.
[[File:Screenshot-modules-in-toolbar.png]]
[[File:Screenshot-modules-in-toolbar.png]]

Revision as of 17:40, 24 July 2013

Overview

Learning Modules is a tool that provides course materials in a logical, sequential, order, guiding students through the content and assessments in the order specified by the instructor. Instructors can insert formatted text, files, weblinks, Discussion Topics, Assignments, Tests & Quizzes, and soon, Assessments. Content can be structured in such a way as to require students to complete content before they are allowed to proceed to the next content. It is also possible for instructors to set up a place for students to add content to the Learning Module.

There are three main ways to present the content:


Screenshot-modules-in-one-page.png


Screenshot-modules-in-lm.png


Screenshot-modules-in-toolbar.png

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