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How to Add a Page Activity


The page activity can be used to create web page resources using a text editor. Pages can incorporate various elements such as text, images, sound, video, web links, and embedded code like Google maps. Compared to the file activity, using the page activity offers advantages such as increased accessibility for users, including those on mobile devices, and easier updating of content. Pages are commonly used for presenting course terms and conditions, offering a summary of the course content, or embedding multiple videos or sound files with accompanying explanatory text. This guide will show you how to add a Page activity to an existing course.

Step 1 - Adding the activity

With the course page open, you’ll now need to follow the steps below in order to add the Page activity to the course:

  1. Enable “Editing mode” using the toggle in the top right corner of the course page
  2. Click the “Add an activity or resource” button under the chosen topic (section) you wish to add the activity to
  3. Select the ”Page” activity from the list of activity types

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Step 2 - Activity setup

After selecting the Page activity, the Page activity creation page will open. Here you’ll need to provide all the information required for each section marked with an exclamation mark, all other sections are optional. We’ll take a look at each of the key sections below. 

General - In this section you’ll need to provide the essential activity information such as the name of the activity and a description if required.

Content - This section contains the main content of your Page activity, here you can add text, media and other content types to your page. 

Activity completion - From this section, you’ll be able to establish the criteria for Page completion. You can make changes to the requirements for activity completion by setting it to either:

  • Do not indicate activity completion - For cases where activity completion is not required.
  • Student can manually mark the activity as complete - Only suitable for additional learning resources, not mandatory or compliance based learning, as users wouldn't be required to complete any of the learning content. 
  • Show activity as complete when conditions are met - Here you can set certain requirements for activity completion. We recommend using:

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Step 3 - Save

Once you have adjusted your settings to your preference, you can then scroll to the bottom of the page and click save. This will return you to your course page where you can test your activity or move its positioning around within the course using the course navigation menu in the top left of your course page. 

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