How do the modules in a session work?

In this article we explain how the module system works within the training sessions

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Written by Elise Tarter
Updated over a week ago

Let's start at the beginning: What is a module?

Each training session in Digiforma can be divided into smaller segments, so a module is, therefore, a part of a session. This operating system allows us to divide the session into several parts to manage its organization.

The modules allow us, among other things to:

  • Add different pedagogical objectives (divide training by topics, for example).

  • Structure the stages of training (if it is divided by month, by week...). We can, for example, do one module per quarter.

  • Make groups of students. If, for example, we have several students who will participate in the same session but on different dates, we can create a module for each one by adding the dates corresponding to each one.

We can create modules within a training session, from the "Students/dates" tab 👇

We can personalise each module, indicating in each case the pedagogical modality, the dates, the place and the prices (if we want them to be different).

Although it is not necessary to add prices to each module, we advise you to add the dates (if it is an asynchronous training you can use the "date range" option).

Associate students to different modules

You can create groups of learners so that each one participates in different modules (if, for example, there are different dates for the same training session.

In this case, we are going to use the small colored bars, which correspond to each module, to associate our learners into groups.

As we see in this screenshot, each module has an associated color.

In the list of students, we can see that there are three bars under each name (one bar for each module), which allows us to associate the different students with each one.

Simply click to select and deselect modules 👇

Don't hesitate to contact us in the chat if you have any more questions about the modules in Digiforma.

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