@Moodlefairy shows off the Subpage module: another way to prevent Scroll of Death


The Sub-page module gives Moodle course design additional flexibility in creating nested activities and organizing resources on their own page.  If you’ve ever used Blackboard for course creation you’ll be very familiar with the concept. Sub-page  is developed/maintained by the Open University for Moodle 2.1+ but has not been officially released to the Moodle.org plugins database, but as you can see from Mary Cooch‘s video could be used now in testing (at a minimum).

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Give courses a little more depth in structure and organize resources/activities a click away from the main page.

Github: https://github.com/moodleou/moodle-mod_subpage
Mary’s original post: http://www.moodleblog.net/2012/01/14/sub-page-module
Youtube Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3lynb89BeY

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  1. technically it is released via github as far as I know it has not been submitted to the Moodle.org db. If you have a testing environment and some savvy Moodle Admins they might be able to check it for you to see if there are any flags before installing it to a live production server.


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