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Module content

Updated on July 27, 2022

Use the Module content tab to add existing topics to the module, or create new topics.

Note: Modules require a minimum of two topics, and can contain 5-7 topics maximum. Each topic should take learners 5-15 minutes to complete. However, a module containing seven 15-minute topics is too long and you should either try to reduce some of the topics, or split some of them into a new module or another, shorter module. 


Adding existing topics to a module

To add an existing topic:

  1. Click Select content.
  2. In the Select content dialog box, enter the topic name in the Title field, and then click Apply.
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  3. In the upper-left corner of the topic card, select the checkboxes of the topics that you want to add to the module.
  4. At the bottom of the Select content window, click Add selected topics.
  5. Repeat steps 1-4 to add existing topics to the module.
  6. When your module assembly is complete, click Save to save your work.

Adding new topics to a module

When you create a module, you can add topics based on new or existing content. A new topic is content that has not been created yet but resides in this particular module. This topic acts as a placeholder until you edit the topic.

  1. On the Module Content tab, click Select content.
  2. Select the content to add:
    • To embed existing topics, in the Select content window, select the topics that you want to include in your module, and then click Add selected topics.
    • To add a new topic, in the Select content window, under the header, click New topic, enter the topic title, select the topic status, and then click Save topic.
  3. After completing your assembly, save your module.

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