Managing Modules & Topics
Search for a Module or Topic
You can search within a course for modules and topics by their title or short title; however, you cannot search for text within the body of a topic.
- Click Content on the navbar.
- Type your search term in the Search For text box.
- To narrow your search, click Show Search Options.
- Click Search. Search results are listed in their order within the structure of the course. For example, a topic in unit one is listed before a topic in unit two.
- Click on the Clear Search link to return to the list.
Edit a module
- On the Manage Content page, select the module you want to edit and click Edit from the module's context menu.
- Edit the module properties, restrictions, comments, or objectives. Click Save to save changes made on an individual page before moving to another page, or click Save and Close to save all changes and close the module.
- Parent Module: Select a new parent module from the Parent module drop down list.
- Title: Enter Changes in the Title field.
- Short Title: Enter changes in the Short Title field.
- Enumeration: Do one of the following:
- Select the Hide enumeration for this module check box to hide numbering on this module.
- Clear the Hide enumeration for this module check box to show numbering on this module.
- Hidden: Select the Hide this module check box. All topics beneath this module are also hidden.
- Date Availability: Select the Has Start Date and Has End Date check boxes to specify dates and times for the module.
- Release Conditions: To set pre-existing release conditions to the module, click Attach Existing and select the conditions from the list in the pop-up window.
To create new conditions and attach them to the module, click Create and Attach.
To add comments that only you can see, enter your comments into the Personal Comments text field.
To add comments that other course designers can see, enter your comments into the Shared Designer Comments text field.
- Associate Learning Objectives:
- Click Associate Learning Objectives.
- Browse or Search for the learning objective you want to associate with the module.
- Click Add Selected.