Can I just have my students complete the free, open-access version of a module?

Yes and no. You are, of course, welcome to encourage your students to complete the free, open-access versions of any of our modules. This is a great option if you do not want to burden students with any additional costs for course materials. There are some important limitations to be aware of, however. 

For our multimedia tutorials, the open-access version of these modules includes the following limitations:

  • Progress/completion is not tracked or recorded.
  • You will not be able to monitor progress or performance on the module from the myTeaching dashboard.
  • Students will not have access to the module's final quiz.
  • Students will not have access to our personal notes tool.

For our videos, the open-access version of these modules includes the following limitations:

  • There are no questions or interactions embedded within the video, as they are with the coursepack edition.
  • Progress/completion is not tracked or recorded.
  • Students will not have access to our personal notes tool.

If you do choose to use only our open-access modules for your course, you are encouraged to develop your own assessment to determine whether or not students completed them. 

To accurately track and verify the completion of our modules, you are encouraged to create a coursepack for your students to purchase. We strive to keep the cost of our coursepacks low to make them as affordable as possible for students. If you have any questions about our coursepacks, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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