Here’s a quick video from Grant Harbor (@Grant_Harbor) of SCIL who shows us how to clean up a Moodle by changing a resource already created in Moodle to pretty much any type of Moodle activity.  The tip, while simple, is a great tool which can help you reduce the number of links and resources available to your students.  It’s a great way overall to prevent the “scroll of death” and to minimize links but still provide robust, contextualized activities and resources to students as they work through your course.

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Simple and effective.

There’s a great post that this video was embedded in as well which you might like to read in full: Learning behind the “Scroll of Death” – A Moodle Evolution.

Check out the video below or on Youtube here:

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