Learning Module: *How do I navigate a learning module?
Learning modules contain related course content that is organized to specify a learning path. A learning path is meant to guide you through the content in order to help you achieve the learning module's objectives.
A learning module may contain four content items. The first item may be an introduction and overview of the content in the learning module. The second and third content items could be links to articles and web sites with information about the course. The fourth content item may be an assignment pertaining to the information in the articles and web sites. There could also be a link to a Chat room where you and other Students could post questions and comments about the learning module's content.
When you work with a learning module, you can navigate the content by using the table of contents or Action Menu. For example:
If the table of contents is set to display, it appears as either a pane to the left of the learning module, or as the first page of the learning module. Navigate the learning module by clicking links in the table of contents.
- If the Action Menu is set to display, it appears above the learning module. Navigate the learning module by clicking the navigation buttons in the Action Menu. For example:
The Action Menu can also provide links to content, such as a quiz or discussion topic, or tools which help you work with the learning module. These tools are: Bookmarks, Create Printable View and Notes.
NOTE: Depending on the Instructor, the table of contents or Action Menu may not appear. In addition, one or more of the Action Menu tools may not appear.
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