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Student guide to Blackboard learning modules (resource learning units)

Introduction

Learning modules (resource learning units) allow Blackboard content items to be presented in a sequential fashion and to group together content in a single unit.

You may see content items such as:

  • Text
  • File
  • Audio
  • Image
  • Video
  • Web link
  • Tests (quizzes)

A typical format may be several sections divided by folders and sub-folders into introductory text, images and videos sourced from learning resources, then followed by quizzes.

Access and navigate learning modules (resource learning units)

Click on the relevant link to a learning module (resource learning unit) within a Blackboard course. The icon of a notebook appears alongside the link.

link to learning module/ resource learning unit

Content will be presented step-by-step. You may have the additional option to navigate back and forth between steps  (if selected during set up)  in the top left-hand corner, by clicking though the displayed page numbers.

You may also see a  table of contents in the top left-hand corner to help you navigate content (if selected during set up). You can navigate through content by clicking on titles in the table of contents.highlighted links to pages tab and table of contents titles

There are three options from left to right under the table of contents title that allow you to minimise or expand the table, or move the table from the left-hand side of the screen to the bottom of the screen.highlighted additional three options under table of contents title

Blackboard formative quizzes are commonly used in learning modules (resource learning units). For further guidance please see user guide to Blackboard test / quizzes

Updated on 06/18/2019

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