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Managing Content

4.1 Content Repository Orientation

The Content Repository provides a central location for creating, organizing, finding, and sharing course content. Through the repository you can create and organize the content for your class, including questions and assignments.

The default source selected in the Content Repository is your current class. You can also view questions and assignments in all of your classes, shared content from your instance of Maple T.A., or shared content in the Maple Cloud.

To access the Content Repository, from the Class Homepage select Content Repository.

Table 4.1: Icons in the Content Repository

Icon

Description

Drag content to another position (up, down, or across) in the Content Repository

Drag content up or down in a specific pane of the Content Repository

Search

Sort

Shared content

A question group or an assignment unit

Assignment

Question

Text

Course module

Theme

Adaptive content

Subject

School

Author

Content is visible

Content is invisible/hidden

Content has scheduling conditions (for example, assignments)