Creating new modules
You must create a module before you can add topics. You can create modules within existing modules to establish a deeper hierarchy.
Note If your course is SCORM 2004-compliant then any new modules you create are outside the sequencing and navigation built into the SCORM package. SCORM topics have the SCORM icon beside their titles.
Create a new module
- Click Content on the navbar to access the Manage Content page.
- Click one of the New Module icons.
- You can change the parent from the Parent Module drop-down list:
- Select None if you don’t want the module to be a sub-module.
- Select a module from the list of existing modules if you want it to be a
- Type your module title in the Title field.
- You can type in a Short Title as an option. Learning Environment uses the short title in the Content Map widget to help users navigate through modules. If you don’t specify a short title, Learning Environment uses the Title field.
- If you want to exclude this module from the numbering system, select the Hide Enumeration check box. For example, hiding enumeration on an introductory module does not affect the numbering on later modules.
- Set further options and click Save to save your changes, or to continue creating modules, click Save & New.
|Hide a module from participants’ view
||Click the Restrictions tab and select the Hide this module check box. All topics beneath this module are also hidden.
|Set date/time restrictions
||Click the Restrictions tab and set the Start Date and End Date.
|Set release conditions
- Click the Restrictions tab.
- Do one of the following:
- To set pre-existing release conditions to the topic, click Attach Existing and select the conditions from the list in the pop-up window.
- To create new conditions and attach them to the topic, click Create and Attach. For details on creating release conditions refer to Release Conditions.
- Choose whether access to the module is dependent on meeting all or any of your conditions.
Click the Comments tab.
- To add comments that only you can see, type your comments into the Personal Comments text field.
- To add comments, type your comments into the Shared Designer Comments.
|Associate module with learning objectives
- Click the Objectives tab.
- Click the Associate Learning Objectives button.
- Browse or Search for the learning objective you want to associate with the module.
- Click Add Selected.
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