Here’s a great HD video on Vimeo that showcases one of the ways to fight scroll of death on a Moodle page: adding image links to a label.  Simple an effective in a regular course (though recently a commenter did mention that tables could affect accessibility for some students) this is easily accomplished using the Moodle text editor (any version).

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Watch the video here: or embedded below. The video was created by Willard High School and was recently used in an post authored by Janetta Garton.

Use Labels to Create Menus in Moodle from Willard High School on Vimeo.

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  1. I always thought that if you hide a section then it hides all the individual elements inside that section too. That’s always been the case for me.

    If the content is hidden then as you know it won’t be available to students.


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