Publishing Content for Students: How It Works

Document created by Digital Support on May 31, 2017Last modified by Digital Support on Oct 19, 2017
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There are four different ways to publish and/or share your course content.

Share Anywhere

  • No LMS integration
  • Your course content is shared as an interactive PDF, which can be emailed to your students or uploaded to a website
  • Quick solution for minimal setup
  • Individual student-level engagement data unavailable with this option

Course Experience 

  • The easiest LMS integration setup 
  • Published in a single location in your course in your LMS
  • Most centralized area for faculty and students to access and manage course content

Course Lesson

  • More integrated LMS setup 
  • Can be published as units, modules, topics, weeks, and/or lessons within different sections in your LMS course
  • Allows content to be released and hidden by week at the discretion of the instructor

Resource Embed Links

  • Most in-depth LMS setup
  • Instructor is provided with individual links for each resource, which could be linked from anywhere
  • Ideal for faculty looking for a high production value student experience within the LMS course
For LMS integration information, please visit the LMS and Library Integration section.



 

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