[ay 17-18] Moodle Lessons - Using Content Pages

Note:

UW-Madison has adopted Canvas as its single, centrally supported learning management system. As of 6/1/2018, support for Desire2Learn (D2L) and most Moodle courses has been discontinued. Access to those courses has permanently ended. However, certain Moodle courses that are part of the Adanced Quizzing Content Functional Gaps project are still available on Moodle. Those courses are located on the Moodle Extension site.

A quick guide on using Content pages in a Moodle Lesson

Using content pages

1. From your course homepage, click the link to the desired lesson. If you haven't made the lesson yet, use this article on creating lessons to help you. In the "Edit" tab, click the Add a content page link.



2. Give the page a name in the “Page title” field and type the contents in the “Page contents” field.

3. By default, the buttons in a branch table will be displayed horizontally below the content of the page. Uncheck the Arrange Branch buttons horizontally? or Display in left menu? boxes to display the buttons vertically or to the left of the content respectively.

4. In the “Description 1′ field, type the text that will be displayed in the first button. Then, use the “Jump" drop-down menu to specify what page a student will be taken to after clicking that button.

5. Repeat this process for as many buttons as you wish.

6. When finished, click the Add page button at the bottom of the page.






Keywords:Content Pages, Moodle, Page   Doc ID:59706
Owner:Greg S.Group:Moodle
Created:2016-01-13 11:44 CDTUpdated:2018-02-16 11:09 CDT
Sites:Moodle
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