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Keywords: course format, structure, topics, tabs, tabbed, drop-down sections, one, single, label, visual, chunk content.
Structured Label gives teachers a simple form to fill in which then renders content and an image consistently allowing course pages to be broken up with attractive headings.
The structured label plugin is designed to allow teachers to add attractive content blocks to break up their pages without needing to understand HTML. When adding a structured label tutors are asked to add:
The plugin can be configured by an administrator to define:
Images are then automatically cropped to a consistent size and any URLs added are formatted into pill / tag like resources.
The UCL E-Learning Baseline suggests the following for Structure:
You will see your structured label appear at the bottom of the course section.
Click and hold the move button (to the left of the label) to move it up into the correct position on your Moodle course homepage and then release your mouse to drop it into place.
There is a known issue with editing larger numbers of labels:
By default, there are 3 "supporting resources" shown when editing structured label. To add more than 3, use the "add 3 more resources" link.
After saving, when you want to re-edit the label, you will only see 3 resources added earlier. Other resources are not shown. You need to click "add 3 more resources" so the other resources are shown. Remember to always “add 3 more resources” as many times as needed before we edit any other aspect of the object.
Only basic accessibility checks have been carried on, with no critical findings.
Full accessibility check will be performed and any issues found will be highlighted here. In the meantime, if you encounter any accessibility issues with this resource, please report them to email@example.com.
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The Plugin is developed and maintained by Jez H, Manoj Solanki, Kevin Moore.
This guide was adapted from the plugin description, which provides examples for the structured label in screenshots. Accessed on the 09 February 2021.