Any courses that you create need to consist of Chapters and/or Lessons. Chapters serve as a table of contents, or outline, for the Course, while Lessons contain the Course’s content. Adding Chapters and Lessons is accomplished using the Course Details screen, described above. 

Adding a Chapter to a Course

To create a Chapter, click the ADD CHAPTER link, enter a Title for the Chapter in the Title field, select whether to place the Chapter at the beginning or at the end of the Course, and then click [ADD CHAPTER] , as shown in the following illustration.

Add Chapter Screen:

As shown in the following illustration, the Chapter has been added to the Course.

Editing a Chapter

You can edit the Title of any Chapter that you created by clicking its edit title link as shown in the following illustration. Simply make any modifications necessary to the Chapter Title and click [SAVE].

Deleting a Chapter

You can delete a Chapter from a Course by selecting its delete link. The system displays a warning message before performing the deletion to ensure that this is your intention, before proceeding. Simply click [OK] to proceed with the deletion or click  to cancel the deletion process.

Adding a Lesson to a Course

Any courses that you create need to consist of Chapters and/or Lessons. Creating a Lesson is also accomplished using the Course Details screen, described above. To create a Lesson, click the [ADD LESSON] button, enter a Title for the Lesson in the Title field, select whether to place the Lesson at the beginning or at the end of the Course, and then click , as shown in the following illustration.

As shown in the following illustration, the Lesson has been added to the Course.

Adding Content to a Lesson

Selecting a Lesson Title within the Chapters & Lessons portion of the Manage Course screen displays the View Lesson page, illustrated below. You can click the [Click here to add content] or [EDIT LESSON] button to add pre-existing content to the Lesson. You will be using the system’s Content Editor to manage this.

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