Modules

Modules

Creating Modules
Blackboard Creating Learning Modules

  1. Make sure edit mode is ON when you start editing or creating course materials.
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  2. Make one learning module for each week‘s lesson; put all materials that apply to each week within that learning module.
  3. Go to Lessons → Build Content → Learning Module
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  4. Create materials offline and then copy/paste into Blackboard
  5. Always choose Submit to save your work; Blackboard does not have save automatically.
  6. Once you have created a learning module, click on its title to enter the module and start adding content, using items and other tools.
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  7. To edit the actual learning module (rather than the content inside of the learning module), while in Edit mode you can hover your mouse over the name of the learning module, click the arrow, and then click Edit from the drop-down menu.
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Recommended Module Settings
  • 2. Default Content View
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    • Content View: Icon and Text
  • 3. Learning Module Options
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    • Enforce Squential Viewing of the Learning Module?: No
    • Open in New Window: No.
  • 4. Standard Options
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    • Permit Users to View this Content: Yes
    • Track Number of Views: Yes OR No
    • Select Date and Time Restrictions:
      • If you want to hide learning modules until a start date, fill in Display After only.
      • Do not CLOSE modules. Leave “Display Until” area blank.
  • 5. Table of Contents
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    • Show Table of Contents to Users: Yes
    • Hierarchy Display: None
Blackboard Creating Learning Modules