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Is there a way to prevent Module > Module transition?

I have an instructor with 10+ modules created, each having 10-12 pages of content each. Each of the modules is pretty different in content / purpose and the instructor would like to have the content 'end' on the last page of the module.

Some things that we've tried that are sub-optimal:

Make the last page of the module a manually managed TOC page for module >> Too much manual maintenance

Make the last page a link to external tool that redirects to the Modules page in Canvas >>> Loads in an iFrame

I suppose that a 'THIS IS THE END OF THE MODULE' page could be employed with a TON of whitespace so that the Prev/Next buttons are hidden... but feels kludgy.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

Chris

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cmbrandt@ucdavis.edu,

We are giving the Instructional Designers area a little bit of love and just want to check in with you.  This will also bring this question new attention. 

 

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Robbie

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cmbrandt@ucdavis.edu‌, strangely enough there is a similar conversation going on over here that might be of use to you - https://community.canvaslms.com/thread/17926-preventing-previousnext-jumps-between-modules