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Moodle E-Learning Course Development - Third Edition by William Rice

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Adding URLs

On your Moodle site, you can show content from anywhere on the Web by using a link. You add the link to your course's home page. When the student clicks the link, the linked item is displayed.

When using the content from outside sites, you need to consider the legality and reliability of using the link. Is it legal to display the material within a window on your Moodle site? Will the material still be there when your course is running?

Display options – Embed, Open, and In pop-up

You can choose how the page is displayed. There are three options:

You can Embed the linked page into a Moodle page. Your students will see the Navigation bar, any blocks that you have added to the course and navigation links across the top of the page, just like ...

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