Modules control the entire flow of your course and its content. As an instructor, you can add modules, add items to a module, and manage module settings. You can also reorder all modules and module items.
View Modules Index Page
The Modules Index Page is designed with global settings at the top of the page  followed by individual modules . Course content items are nested within each module .
View Modules Global Settings
Global settings include viewing a student’s progress in a module and adding new modules.
In Modules, you can view all the modules in your course. Modules are organized by order of progression.
Modules house the content items within each module. By default, modules are expanded and show all items in the module . To collapse the module, click the collapse arrow .
View Module Header
Each module header contains the name of the module .
The header may also contain module prerequisites  and module requirements .
Manage Module Settings
The icons on the right side of the module name control the entire module. You can publish or unpublish an entire module  and add a new content item to the module .
In the Settings drop-down menu , you can edit a module , which allows you to rename the module, lock modules, set prerequisites, and set modules requirements.
You can also move the module  or delete the module .
View Individual Module Item
Each module contains module content items that may display the item name , the due date , the number of points , the module requirement , and the module item's draft state status .
Manage Individual Module Item
For each individual module content item, you can use the settings drop-down menu  to indent the item up to 5 levels (or remove an indent) , edit the content item , move the item , or remove the content item from the module .
View Blueprint Course
If your course includes Blueprint icons, your course is associated with a blueprint course. Blueprint Courses are courses managed as a template and may contain locked objects managed by a Perceivant admin, course designer, or other instructor. Like with draft state icons, Modules displays the object status as also shown in the object's respective index page.
The Course Details tab in Course Settings will tell you if your course is a blueprint course. Most commonly, your course will not be a blueprint course and you can only manage unlocked content in your course. If your course is a blueprint course, you can lock and sync course content to associated courses.
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