From e-Learning Documentation
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.
When you first enter the Learning Modules tool, and every time you create a new Page in Learning Modules, you will see instructions for adding various content to the Learning Module. R
There are three main ways to present the content:
- All Pages in one Learning Module and accessible to students at all times.
- 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 the course toolbar. Each Learning Module can be revealed after students have completed prior work.
All Pages in one Learning Module and Accessible to Students at All Times
In the example shown above, when students click on "Learning Modules," they see each module listed and click on them in any order they choose. To