31 January 2023


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In Xerte’s online development environment you can create an e-module with interactive questions, videos, images, and informative texts. 

E-modules can be used as preparation for a lecture, webinar, (online) workgroup or lab, allowing students to come to class more prepared. E-modules can also replace a lecture or practical, by offering the material to the student online. This provides space in the lessons on campus for questions, discussion, and depth. 

Want to learn more about developing e-modules yourself? Check out How to develop an e-module (login with Solis-id) which explains step by step how to design and develop an e-module. 

If you want to use this tool, you can log-in here using your Solis-ID.

If you want to know more about this tool? Then use the Request tool button. Through this button you can ask questions, and also make an appointment for didactic or technical advice. 

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How do I give students access to an e-module I created in Xerte? 

There’s an ‘export’ feature in your e-module’s project properties in Xerte. You can put the module in your Blackboard course environment as a SCORM package. Your students will access the module through your course. 

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Example BETA: Preparing for a lecture with e-modules in Xerte

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