How are courses structured?

Claro is very flexible in terms of course structure. You can use it for creating Scenario-, Simulation- and Sequenced-based courses.

A key component of any course is the Learning Object, which has a defined structure and holds the learning content as well as any review exercises and test questions added to the object. Learning Objects may also be shared through re-use with other courses, speeding the creation and maintenance of content. Additionally, you may use Course Objects such as Introductions, Segues, and Conclusions to provide smooth transitions and continuity between Learning Objects.

Learning objects and course objects can be grouped into Modules that help the learner understand relationships between the topics and assist in the sequencing of information. Assessment tests within a module are delivered at the end of a module.

NOTE: Unless removed in a custom theme design, the course Module title and Learning Object title appear in the bottom navigation bar of the Navigation Top and Bottom Player Layout.

Pages are the building blocks of your course. This is where all your content (text and media) is added.

Practice exercises (reviews) and test questions (assessments) are added to a course to challenge and evaluate the learner’s understanding of the material.

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