The Moodle page creates a link from the Moodle course homepage to a sub-page where you can place insert written content, images, links and media (such as audio and videos).
It is a good idea to use pages to embed videos and provide information that students may only need to access occasionally since this will reduce clutter on the course homepage. If you have a lot of content you may want to , consider using a multi-page book instead (a book is a series of connected pages).
This is especially important if you are using the topics or collapsed topics formats, as all the content will appear on one long, scrolling page. If your course uses the OneTopic (tabs) format then you may choose to add more content directly to each tab, as students will only see each one section at a time.
Decide whether a page is the best option, or if a (multi-page book) Book may be more appropriate for providing chunked content to students. Showing a lot of information on one page can make it difficult to digest, so keep content concise and split longer content across multiple pagepages, potentially using a book, which will automatically show a list of all the pages within it.
Log into Moodle, got go to the course you want to add the page to and Turn Editing turn edit mode on.
In the topic, Decide where you wish to add the page toPage, then click the plus (+) button or 'Add an activity or resource'.
From the 'Add an activity or resource' menu Select 'Page', then click Add.
Give the Page a name (as mentioned above you can always come back to the other You'll then need to give the 'Page' a name and insert/edit your Page content using the text editor (you can revisit the 'Page' settings later).
Scroll After giving the 'Page' a name and inserting your content, scroll down to the bottom and click 'Save and display'.
If you find any inaccurate or missing information you can even update this yourself (it's a communal wiki).
If you have a specific question about the tool please contact the Digital Education team.
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