The course is organised into topic sections that a teacher can give titles to. Each topic section consists of activities, resources and labels.

This format comes in two variants. This demo shows all the topics on one page.

TIP: This is great to use if your course is objective based and each objective may take different amounts of time to complete. An example of this would be scaffolding where the students are building upon the knowledge from earlier topics.

The course is organised into topic sections that a teacher can give titles to. Each topic section consists of activities, resources and labels.

This format comes in two variants. This demo shows only one topic per page.

TIP: This is great to use if your course is objective based and each objective may take different amounts of time to complete. An example of this would be scaffolding where the students are building upon the knowledge from earlier topics.

The course is organized week by week, with a clear start date and a finish date. Moodle will create a section for each week of your course. You can add content, forums, quizzes, and so on in the section for each week.

TIP: If you want all your students to work on the same materials at the same time, this would be a good format to choose.

This format is oriented around one main forum, the social forum, which appears listed on the main page. It is useful for situations that are more free form. They may not even be courses. The Moodle Lounge is an example of a social format course.

For displaying a SCORM package in the first section of the course page (as an alternative to using the SCORM/AICC module)