Can I add supplemental material to a course?

You have the option to add supplemental material to your course and attach it to specific course lectures if you want to. The supplemental material can be a website, a file uploaded via your computer, or a material uploaded directly from the Content Library.

To add Supplemental Material to a course, find the course in question and click Manage Course. Once you are on the Manage Course page, click on Lectures on the left panel and then select Supplemental Material.


On this page, you are given the option to select which type of Supplemental material you want to add to your course. You have the option to add a URL, upload a file from your computer, or add content material, directly from your Content Library. Just click on one of the blue buttons, based on your preferences. 

Once you select the type of material you need to add, a pop-up window will open that will show you a list of the lectures included in the course, including a Not tied to Lecture option. Select if you want your supplemental material to be attached to a specific lecture or not and click Next once finished.


Once you click, Next, you will be redirected to add the URL, upload the file or select the file from your Content Library, based on what you selected in the beginning. Once you are finished click Save and your supplemental material has been added!


From now on, you will be able to see it under the Supplemental Material tab and you will have the option to edit it, delete it, move it to another lecture within the course or move it to the not tied type material.


Regular users will have the option to access all Supplemental Material under the Supplemental Material tab. There they will be able to search for Supplemental Material, based on which lecture the material is attached to or not. Feel free to use the language filter, as well, or sort supplemental material alphabetically or by date to limit your results.


Please note: Supplemental Materials that are connected to a lecture, will also show in the Lecture Tab. 


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