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Blackboard Essentials for Teachers by William Rice

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Creating a sequential path for the student to work through, using a Learning Module

A Learning Module must be added to a Content Area. Similar to a Content Area, it can hold many kinds of content—static material such as web pages, links, and media; active material such as tests; and social material such as wikis and forums.

You can think of a Learning Module as a Content Area inside a Content Area.

A Learning Module can require the student to complete its material in a sequential order. This is one of the features that we will see in this section.

When to use a learning path

If you have a Content Area that has a lot of material, you can use Learning Modules to organize the Content Area into smaller sections. For example, in our course about the world's ...

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