Overview of the detailed view
Depending on the system configuration, user role and rights, the detailed view of a resource contains the following content:
|Information about the resource|
Title and description of the resource as well as the semester, general information (such as the ID of the resource and direct links), catalogue entries, owners, metadata of the resource, access rights and additional information for owners, e.g. information on how to use the resource
|Access to administrative functions|
The prerequisites for these functions are administrative rights for the relevant content. This means that the user is either the:
- owner of the resource,
- learning resource administrator from any of the institutions the owners belong to, or
- another owner of the resource has allowed copying the resource using the function Change properties.
Open detailed view
|3. The detailed view of the resource opens. On the right, you will find all functions available to you under Learning resource.|
Click on the pencil iconto open the editing mode of the resource. For courses, the so-called course editor opens, which allows you to configure and customise the elements of the course.
To copy a resource, proceed as follows:
Switch to the detailed view of the resource you want to copy and select Copy from the menu on the right.
You have the possibility to customise the title, description, semester and image of the resource.
Click on Save and then on Next.
The resource has been copied. You will find it in the opened tab Teach & Learn.
However, the copied resource will not yet be accessible to users. For more information, refer to the help page Publishing courses and course content.
To export a resource, proceed as follows:
Switch to the detailed view of the resource.
Select the entryExport content from the menu on the right.
A dialogue window with different export formats opens.
Click on an entry to automatically start the export. Your resource will be saved in ZIP format on your computer.
|Course without history data|
This option exclusively saves course content and configurations (course elements, learning group assignments, tests, files, etc.).
All user data, such as group members, test results, forum contributions, etc. are not exported. The content of this export format thus corresponds to the "copy" function.
|Course with history data|
This option saves a complete copy of your course including all user data such as lists of participants, test results, task solutions, assessments, forum contributions, etc.
|CP Learning Content|
This option saves the course content as static html pages in the format "IMS CP v1.1.4" (see http://www.imsglobal.org/content/packaging). Course content such as enrolments, tests, etc. which require user interaction are not fully exported.
|SCORM Learning Content|
This option saves the course content as static html pages in the format "SCROM v1.2" (see http://www.adlnet.gov/Technologies/scorm/). Course content such as enrolments, tests, etc. which require user interaction are not fully exported.
Link course as a sub-course
To link a course in another course, proceed as follows:
- You can determine in advance whether the assessment and information of the course will be adopted in the linked version.
- Click on Finish.
- Enter the title, description, ID, or metadata of the course to which you would like to add the link.
- An overview of your courses matching your search terms will be displayed.
- Select the checkboxes next to the courses in which you wish to embed the link. Click on Finish.
- Select the position of the linked course by clicking on the desired location within the parent course.
- Click on Insert course element.
- Then you need to Publish the course in order to make your changes visible to course participants.
- Close the wizard. Your course has now been successfully linked in the course.
Add resource to catalogue
A resource can only be added to the catalogue (course offerings) if it has been released to All registered users (BAR-).
In the detailed view, the section Catalogue entries gives an overview of all categories to which the course has been added. To undo the categorisation, click on the delete icon next to the desired entry.
You can customise the title, description, and other resource information.
Depending on the resource type, different settings may be changed.
Can be copied: This option allows other course authors to copy your course.
Can be referenced: This option allows other course authors to embed your course in their own courses.
Can be shown: This option allows other users to access and start your course (enabled by default).
Can be downloaded: This option allows other course authors to export your course.
Access have: This option allows you to determine which users can see/have access to your course. For more information, refer to the section Publishing courses and course content.
|Course layout||Here you can select a layout for your course. Further information can be found under Course layout.|
|Resource folder||You can add a resource folder to your course. More detailed information is provided under Resource folder.|
|Performance results||This option allows you to enable performance results for your course. More detailed information on assessments and performance results can be found in the sections Assessment and Performance results.|
|Calendar||This option allows you to add a calendar to your course. Alternatively, you may also use the course element Calendar. For more information, see the section Calendar.|
|Glossary||If you have already created a glossary, this option allows you to add it to your course and make it available to the course participants. More detailed information is provided under Glossary.|
|Course storage folder||The course storage folder allows you to store documents you wish to use in the course. These documents may, for example, include images and text documents as well as specific layout or certificate templates. Only users who are allowed to edit the course have access to the folder.|
The default selected language is used as the source language for all translated course elements. It can be customised in the tab Multilingualism.
Here you can set the memory size.
For resources of the type Glossary, the alphabetical index uses the characters from A to Z, i.e. the Latin alphabet.For a glossary with a different character set, the index should be disabled.
You have the possibility to bookmark resources and provide a title and an optional description. To sort your bookmarks, you can summarise them into existing folders or create new folders. Alternatively, you can also mark your favourites by clicking on the . For further information, refer to the help page My favourites.