I have a course comprising five units and each unit, in turn, comprises 33 weekly topics and each weekly topic, of which there will be many, will be delivered via a blended learning session/lesson. Rightly or wrongly, I have the activities for each topic/lesson organised within a module..... of which there will be many! Is it possible to prevent the previous/next functionality within module from over-spilling/accessing content in adjacent modules? I am relatively new to the workings of Canvas:-(
n.b. For administrative purposes all of the five units need to come under the umbrella of one course.
Hello there, @richardp ...
Hi Chris, many thanks for your speedy reply. I don't think for one minute admin would sanction the removal. Hence, I still have the problem
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At the course-level, there is no way to make it work.
In the end, it's hackish to do this and, despite being possible, I would advise against it. The removal of the Next and Previous buttons for a single course is not worth the hassle involved in such a process.
I can't help you remove the previous and next buttons, but you could play around with prerequisites and requirements in the modules to keep students from progressing to the next module without having met all the requirements in the current module. If they haven't met the requirements, then they'd be able to click on next, but they would get a not-available-until-requirements-are-met type message. How do I add prerequisites to a module? https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-13134-415261967