There are faculty with lots of content some which has come from publishers which include nested folders deeper than 2 folders. What is the best way to organize so much content in a course beyond headers?
Without seeing the content it's a little difficult to answer this, but I will say that I send to use Pages within a Module as a kind of subfolder. For instance, say you have 10 files that you'd like to add to a folder within a Module (which can't be done because there are no folders within Modules), Add a single page, and link to those files on the page. I like to use bulleted lists to do this and actually prefer the way that files are handled on Pages rather than linking to them directly from a module. You can use the same method to have one Page act like a folder to other pages simply by linking to them. I find that this also helps a little with keeping the modules area from getting too cluttered.
Hi Celeste Stratton
I strongly support Rick 's approach. From an accessibility/UDL position, it makes very good sense. It provides for a very clear, logical and well organized structure without overwhelming the student with an incredibly long list of resources
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