How do I rearrange content in my school's Content Library?
Having content organised in My School's Content means that students and teachers can easily access material that is suitable for their ability, and know where to look to find accelerated or catch up material.
Navigate to the Content Library, from your Control Panel.
Switch from Browse to Edit mode, if necessary.
From here, you can either add content to existing modules or, if necessary, create new modules using the Create a new... button. This will enable you to rearrange content between folders.
Creating new folders
You can only add content to the My School's Content section and the Private Workspace.
To create a new top-level folder, select Add top-level folder.
Select a name and then click Create.
To create a new sub-folder, select Folder from the top menu.
Moving existing folders
Find the lesson or folder that you want to move and drag it into the required module.
To make a copy of your content you can right click the content and select Make a copy.
You can then move the new copy to a new folder by right clicking the content and then selecting Move to... From here you will be able to select which folder you would like the content moved to or create a new folder. Select Confirm.
To copy content from within a new folder, navigate to the desired folder and select copy content. Then, select the desired content and then Confirm Selection to confirm.
To rename a folder, right-click it and select Rename.
It can be a good idea to organise folders by year level. This can make it both easier for you to find work to assign to your students and easier for your students to find work appropriate to them.
If you're intending for your students to find work for themselves, it's important to make sure the folders you're trying to share with them aren't set to hidden from students. Hidden folders have a faded icon and students will only be able to work on their contents if it has been assigned as a task or assessment. To unhide work, right click it and select Show to students.