How do I edit a content module in Practice?

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Content modules can be edited while they are a draft and even after they have been published. However, you should be selective about editing content modules that Learners have interacted with, as any changes that are made will impact Groups currently using the content module as an exercise.

Edit Content Module

  Exercise in Use Warning 

An alert message will display if you try to make changes to a content module that Learners have interacted with. If this message is displayed, you will not be able to:

  • Add or remove assessment criterion
  • Make changes to the scale of assessment criterion
  • Add or remove “structured feedback” questions
  • Add, remove or change any competencies that have been associated with the assessment criterion

You are still able to edit the text of all aspects of the content module at any point.

Edit Overview

  Click Overview link 

Select Overview [1] from the left side navigation. From here, you can make changes to both the title and the content module description. You can also download previously-uploaded supplemental content by clicking the file name [2].

Once you have made your edits, select the blue Save Changes button [3].

Edit Assessment

  Click Pencil icon 

Select Assessment from the left side navigation. From here, you can make changes to Assessment Criterion (including competencies, scale descriptors, and scale values) by selecting the Pencil icon. You can also make changes to the Structured Feedback Prompts. Once you have made your edits, select the blue Save Changes button.

Edit Prompt

  Click Prompt link 

Click the Prompt tab [1]. From here, you can make changes to the prompt file [2], instructions [3], and caption file [4] (if your prompt file is a video). To require learners to attach additional files to their responses, click the Require Additional File Attachments toggle button [5]. You can also download a previously-uploaded prompt file by clicking the file name [2].

Once you have made your edits, click the blue Save Changes button [6].

Edit Model Response & Reflection

  Click Model & Reflection 

Click the Model & Reflection tab [1]. From here, you can make changes to the model response file [2], About This Model Response text [3], caption file [4] (if your model response is a video), and self reflection text [5]. You can also download a previously-uploaded model response file by clicking the file name [2].

Once you have made your edits, click the Save Changes button [6].

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