Modules control the entire flow of your course and its content. As an instructor, you can add modules, add items to a module, and manage module settings. You can also reorder all modules and module items.
In Course Navigation, click the Modules link.
View Modules Index Page
The Modules Index Page is designed with global settings at the top of the page  followed by individual modules . Course content items are nested within each module .
Note: The Modules Index Page supports keyboard shortcuts. To view a window with a list of keyboard navigation shortcuts, press the Shift+Question Mark keys simultaneously on your keyboard.
You canreorder a moduleby hovering over the drag handle next to the name of the module and dragging the module to the desired location.
View Module Icons
Modules can be filled with different types of content. Each module item also includes an icon with its type:
Page : a page of content to read
Discussion : a course discussion
Quiz : a course quiz
Assignment : a course assignment
Link or External Tool : an external link or tool to view outside of the course
File : a file to download or view
View Individual Module Item
Each module contains module content items that may display the item name , the due date , the number of points , the module requirement , and the module item's draft state status . A module may also include non-graded items , such as pages and non-graded discussions. If a To-Do date was added to a non-graded item, the date will display next to the module item .
You can also reorder a module item by hovering over the drag handle next to the name of the item and dragging the item to the desired location.
If you use MasteryPaths in your course, you can view the Modules page and tell which module items are set up for MasteryPaths.
View Blueprint Course
If your course includes Blueprint icons, your course is associated with a blueprint course. Blueprint Courses are courses managed as a template and may contain locked objects managed by a Canvas admin, course designer, or other instructor. Like with draft state icons, Modules displays the object status as also shown in the object's respective index page.