When you upload a file, Pilot conveniently creates a link in Content. That link’s text is the same as your file’s name. Upload multiple files, and the links appear in alphabetical order. You may want more descriptive links and in a different order. This is easy to fix.
Deleting modules or topics in Content removes them from the Content listing but does not delete the topic files entirely from the course. Topic files will still be available in the Manage Files area unless selected to be permanently removed. Also, please note that deleting a module in Content removes all of the topics within the module.
Modules and sub-modules are created to organize course materials within the Content tool. Before you can add topics (i.e. documents, images, media files, URL links, etc.) to your course, you have to create a module to hold them. Sub-modules can be created within modules to establish a deeper hierarchy. 1. Click on Content on the navigation bar. 2. Click on Add a module and type the name of the module. Then press Enter to create […]
In your course’s Content area, you can upload content files (such as your syllabus, powerpoint slides) for your students. Every content file must be in a module. So you will first need to create a module (see Add Modules and Sub-modules). Then you can upload files into it. Create a Module Before you can add topics (i.e. documents, images, media files, URL links, etc.) to your course, you have to create a module to hold […]