Tuesday, February 28, 2012

About Learning Modules

A Learning Module is basically a shell in which organized content items such as as files, folders and tools are added and presented together. Learning Modules enable you to follow a structured path for progressing through content. The sequential path option may or may not be turned on by your Instructor. If it is turned on you need to progress through the course in order one item at a time. If it’s not enforced you may be allowed to access any item at any time.

Navigating within Learning Modules
To move from page to page within a module, click the right and left arrow buttons on the top right of the content area. Example: The button will appear next to the text, "Page 1 of 3".

Using the Table of Contents
The Table of Contents displays next to the Course Menu on the left-hand side of the page. It can also be moved below the Learning Module content area.
There are three display options available on the header of the Table of Contents:
  • Minimize
  • Maximize
  • Move to the bottom or the left

Positioning the Table of Contents
Click the button with the arrow pointing down to move the Table of Contents to the bottom of the page. To move the Table of Contents back to the left, click the left-facing arrow. The move to the left option will reposition the Table of Contents to the left of the content area. Please note that your instructors can organize the Table of Contents however they see fit. The Table of Contents can be displayed using roman numerals, numbers, letters, or any combination of the three.

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