Last updated August 9, 2016. Created on May 30, 2014.
Edited by djdevin, Ivan Zugec. Log in to edit this page.

Getting started

  1. Enable course module, and a bundled course object (pick any)
    • course_book - Use Drupal Books as course objects
    • course_content - Use any content type as a course object
    • course_object_manual - Arbitrary steps which must be marked complete by an administrator before a learner may proceed past them
    • course_poll - Poll requirement
    • course_quiz - Graded Quiz object
    • course_webform - Webform submission requirement
  2. Set up the "Course outline" block at admin/build/blocks - the "Course outline" block displays a list of objects, the "Course navigation" displays back/next links
  3. Go to Add content -> Course and a create a new Course node
  4. Add 2 new course objects by pressing "Add object" (for example, a Poll)
  5. Click "Settings" under each poll and enter a title (Poll 1, Poll 2)
  6. Make sure to click "Save outline" to update the course objects

  7. Click the "take course" tab
  8. If you click "My account" then "Courses" you will also see it in the in progress courses list. Click back into the course to take it.
  9. Click into the first available object
  10. Submit the first poll. The object is now complete.
  11. Advance to the next object with the "Next" link or the link that is now available in the outline.
  12. Submit the last poll.
  13. The course is complete. Click the "Next" or "Complete" link
  14. You will see the completion page.
  15. If you click "My account" then "Courses" you will also see it in the completed courses list.

Try creating courses with other kinds of objects - Quizzes for assessments, Webforms for data gathering and evaluation. Set objects to be required, optional, skippable, available only at certain times - these options are available in each object's "Settings" link.

Looking for support? Visit the Drupal.org forums, or join #drupal-support in IRC.

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