Specifying Class Parts

The Parts tab of the Classes record lists the course parts that make up the class, including lessons, quizzes, and labs. Each Classes record can have multiple course parts associated with it. By default, a Class inherits all of the Class Parts specified in the corresponding Courses record, when you save the Classes record for the first time, but an instructor can modify the Parts as needed.

Adding a Part to a Class

Follow these steps to add a new part to a class:

  1. Select the Parts tab, and select New.
  2. Enter the name of the part in the Course Part field.
    • This field links to the Course Parts service. See Creating Course Parts for information on creating course parts.
  3. By default, the Require Prior Parts Complete option is selected. You can clear this option, if appropriate.
    • This option is applicable to e-learning environments that integrate with an LMS where a student may be required to complete a particular part or lesson before proceeding to the next course item. A student taking a course online will not be able to access this part's content (that is, the hyperlink to the content is disabled) until the prior parts have been completed.
    • If your organization does not use the Aptify LMS or does not integrate Aptify with another LMS, you should clear this option.
  4. If applicable, configure a Start Date and End Date for this part.
    • If left blank, the Course Part content will be available online to students for as long as the class is available (based on the Class's End Date). This assumes that the Course Part is configured to display online content.
    • If a Start Date and End Date are specified, the Course Part content will only be available online to students for the date range specified (typically, the Start and End Dates will be less than or equal to the class's Start Date and End Date).
    • If a student accesses the Class page on an e-Business site before the part's Start Date or after the End Date, the hyperlink for that part is not available.
  5. Enter any relevant comments.

  6. Click OK to save and close the form.


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