Adding a Learning Module

A Learning Module is a collection of Content Items focused on a specific subject that students can navigate at their own pace. For example, a Learning Module about the solar system can include lecture notes, links to websites with pictures of all the planets, and assignments. Instructors can create a structured path for progressing through the items. The path can be set so that students must view content sequentially, or set to permit users to view the content in any order.

Enable Edit Mode

First make sure that Edit Mode is ON.

Select Content Folder Where Data Will Be Added (Your Folder Names May Vary)

From the Course Menu, select folder where Learning Module will be added.

Select Create Item Option

Hover your cursor over the Build Content drop down menu. From the Create menu, select Learning Module.

Name Learning Module

Under Learning Module Information, enter a Name (required) and Text (optional)

Set Availability

1. Select Yes or No for Permit Users to View this Content. Select Yes if you want students to have access.
2. Select Date and Time Restrictions as desired.

Views

1. Select Yes or No for Enforce Sequential Viewing for the Learning Module. Selecting Yes will require students to view the contents of the Learning Module in a set sequence.
2. Select Yes or No (recommended) for Open in New Window.
3. Select Yes or No for Track Number of Views.

Table of Contents

1. Select Yes or No for Show Table of Contents to Users. Selecting Yes will display all the content within the Learning Module within a Table of Contents, which students can also use to navigate through the Learning Module.
2. If a Table of Contents is used, indicate in Hierarchy Display which type of lettering or numbering to use. Available choices includes: None, Letters, Mixed, Numbers or Roman Numerals.

Submit

When finished, click Submit. A confirmation message should appear indicating the Learning Module was successfully added. The newly added Learning Module icon should also appear within the content area.