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    Moodle Terminology

    As some of you may be aware, i am in the process of creating a Moodle VLE System for a company to effectively teach a BTEC qualification. What i want to know is, can you create course hiarachy's in moodle? Preferably it needs to go something like this:

    Course Title: BTEC Award In Engineering

    Module(s): Health & Safety etc

    In each module, a series of units.

    Unit: H & S in the foundry etc

    Then in each unit, a series of work topics

    Is it possible to achieve this type of hiarachy in moodle, if so how is it done? sorry, i am a moodle noob

    Thankyou in advance

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    Sort of. I think:

    module = course category
    unit = course (set to topic format).
    topic = topic

    Will do what you want. There might be some clever way of doing it with meta courses too, but that eludes me at the moment.

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    yes or - you could have
    module=course category
    unit=subcategory
    topic =course according to how much information there is in each "topic"

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