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A course is an arrangement of modules. You can assemble a course yourself or use predefined courses. Modules appear in a course in a certain order. The student is free to use the modules in this order; he is not required to complete the modules in the defined order. Courses can be nested, like folders in a tree on your computer. In a sub course you can add modules again. Apart from a title, a course can also be given a description. This description appears for students as an introduction to the course.

Using the navigation menu on the left side of the screen, you can locate the course you are interested in. The navigation menu is a tree menu. You select a parent entry on the menu and its child entries or courses will be listed on the right side of the screen. If you don’t want to go through the whole menu to find your course you can use the built in search function (the top item in the submenu), just click on the “Search” item then enter the keywords and click on the Search button. You will see a list of related courses.

Navigate through Modules and Courses folders:

Locate the Search features as it applies to Modules, Courses and Students:

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