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Understanding the Module Details Page

View details about a module from the “My Library” tab (content library): Module ID, alias, title, format, file size, and other information about the module.

June 8, 2022


 

Module Details Page

When a module is selected from “My Library”, the module’s Details page will open. Many of these details are filled out when the module is created (see How to Edit/Fill out Module Details Pages for Uploaded Modules). However, some of these details are automatically generated by the platform. 

 


 

Module Information

Image: The image displayed is the module’s thumbnail image.

Module ID: This number is the module’s unique identifier used across the platform. It is sometimes required information for uploads using Excel templates, such as updating learners’ completion statuses (see Mark Multiple Users "Complete" for Modules)

Title: This is the title that will appear for the module across the platform.

Alias: This is the original title of the file uploaded to the platform. 

Format: The file type of the original file uploaded to the platform. 

Duration: The length of the module, if applicable.

Filesize: The size of the file uploaded to the platform.

Created: The date the module was created.

Published: This Shows if the course is published or inactive. 

Facebook Comments: This shows if commenting is enabled for the module. 

Learner Activity: This shows if the module has a learner activity. 


 

Courses

If a module is in a course, that course will appear under the “Courses” section of the “Module Details” page. Select a course from the list to open it on the left side of the screen under the “Course” tab. 

 


 

Additional Module Details

 

Presenters: This could be used to give someone credit for creating the module, presenting at an event, or any other case when the name(s) needs to be attached to a module. 

Tags: These tags are used for reporting (see Content Reports), searching, and generally making the module easier to locate on the platform. 

Learner Groups: Learner groups are used to group content and learners together. They are primarily used for enrollment and reporting (see What is a Learner Group? How Are They Used?). 

Description: This text will appear on the module’s main page. It can describe the course, provide learners with additional instructions, or be used for other descriptive purposes. 

Attachments: Any files attached to the module will appear here. Select the attachment to view it. 

Internal Note: This text entry box will only be visible from the admin view of the Module Details page. This box can be used to write notes for administrative purposes.