I want to divide my course content into modules and sub-modules. Anyone who have tried this and knows how (or if) it ca be done?
Terje, you can easily organize your course content into modules. You'll find plenty of guidance at Canvas Guides: Modules, and specifically in How do I add a module? and How do I add assignment types, pages, and files as module items? Canvas doesn't have a sub-module structure; many instructors choose to categorize the content within modules by using text headers as separators, and you'll see instructions for creating a text header in the second guide linked above.
Thank you. It seems that I will be able to organize mu stuff the way I want by using text headers.
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Nix to this. It's been very helpful to have sub-categories in the past with D2L. For example, I have two students studying very different topics in one course (because that's how the course was created in Canvas). Now the material I post there for each of them will be visible to both and also more confusing.
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