To ensure your students can successfully find and access course materials and resources, it is necessary to provide supporting materials to show and explain these processes. Building a Course Orientation Module can help students as they begin to explore your course.
A successful course has a solid design and clearly laid out syllabus. Think of your syllabus as the roadmap for course success. An important step in your syllabus design is to articulate a clear and succinct grading policy.
Similar to the larger course structure, the modules (and their content and activities) of your course should have a logical, consistent and uncluttered layout. The following guide provides you with the steps to create a module and its content, import or copy materials.
A module must be created before you can begin adding or creating content (“topics”) in Brightspace. Submodules can also be created to further categorize content. The following items provide you with the steps to add additional content and materials to a module.
Adding activities and assessments to enhance your students' learning experiences in Brightspace. The following section provides guides on how to build activities and assessments into your Brightspace environment.
Release conditions allow instructors to guide instruction by providing rules and conditions for students to follow in order to access content and activities. The following guide provides with you the steps to incorporate release conditions into the flow of your course.
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