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AllisonKornet
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If each unit in my course is a module, what is the best way to post readings (pdfs) specific to that module? I've tried linking files to a module and it won't let me get back and add new files after the first bunch. Thanks.

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Chris_Hofer
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Hi @AllisonKornet ...

You might already be doing this, but a nice way to add PDFs to your modules is to create a content page and then embed/link the PDF file on the page.  You can even choose to have it open automatically (preview in-line) so that it displays nicely for your students right away.  Here are two options for you:

Sing out if you have any other questions about this...thanks!

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Ron_Bowman
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@AllisonKornet 

You should be able to add as many pages, files and quizzes that you want to a module.  On the modules link, go to the module you want to add content to and then click the + icon on the right side.  That will take you to the listing of what to add.

here is a link to How do I add course content as module items

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Chris_Hofer
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Hi @AllisonKornet ...

You might already be doing this, but a nice way to add PDFs to your modules is to create a content page and then embed/link the PDF file on the page.  You can even choose to have it open automatically (preview in-line) so that it displays nicely for your students right away.  Here are two options for you:

Sing out if you have any other questions about this...thanks!

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Ron_Bowman
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@AllisonKornet 

You should be able to add as many pages, files and quizzes that you want to a module.  On the modules link, go to the module you want to add content to and then click the + icon on the right side.  That will take you to the listing of what to add.

here is a link to How do I add course content as module items