We set a name for the block, and also select the type of the displayed element. That is, we indicate what type of content will be placed in the block: text, image, PDF file, etc.
An example of creating a text block. In a text module, like in Word, you can perform various iterations like Ctrl + B, Ctrl + I, Ctrl + U and others, giving the block a variety of design.
An example of creating a video block. Add a link to the video. We indicate the resource that owns the video - Vimeo, YouTube, Wistia.
Now let's demonstrate how tests are created. Create a block whose element type is called "Task". The question for the assignment is written in the corresponding line. Next, the type of answer that will need to be given to the student / user is formed.
In the first case, it will be "Open Answer". That is, the answer implies a detailed explanation.
It can also be a yes-no answer.
And it can also be "select 1 or more options."
Having chosen the type of answer, in a special field the administrator can set the "correct answer".
After the User gives an answer, he will be able to check himself by clicking on the button "show the correct answer". But also the administrator may not ask the "correct answer". Using his ability to view the student's progress and his answers to questions, the administrator can enter a notification in the correct answer field that all correct answers will be sent to the user at the end of the course. Aki is a school math problem book, where at the end of the book there were always the right answers. Doesn't it remind?
As a result of the collection, such a course structure is obtained.
Let's say the administrator changed his mind and decided to change the structure. Let's say to shuffle the Chapters inside the Module. OK.
Or he wanted to swap the Course Modules. No problem! Moreover, note that the Chapters assigned to the Module are transferred along with it, wherever it is moved. That is, the binding of Chapters to Modules is preserved.