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I have a long course. 36 topics. I also have several hundred students between the ages of 11 and 16 who use Moodle 1.9 every day for all their coursework. They range from lowest to highest ability for their age range.
I would love to move to 2.0 as there are some very enticing features. However, the usability and navigation system is, as far as I can make out, an unmitigated disaster for anyone who is not a university level student (and even then...)
I understand I have to individually go through and change all the Section Headings in 2.0 so that my Topics appear with the correct name in the navigation system. I will have to manually fix this for our hundreds of other courses...but there we go - someone decided that would be a good plan instead of just using the Heading at the top...who am I to argue.
What I cannot figure out is how my students are supposed to use the navigation system to show only the topics they are working on.
For instance, they want to see Topic 3 called "File Extensions", intuitively, they click on the link in the navigation bar called "File extensions" and everything else should disappear and Topic 3 and it's summary should appear.
Instead, they click on the Topic link and only a list of activities and resources appear. How are they supposed to get to the summary which has all the key information they need without using the Jump To button (which has always been a bizarre way of navigating that they hate)? Why not simply have the whole topic appear when you click on the Topic link? As it always has done if you use the old 1.9 Course Menu Block?
Aaagh! Someone tell me there is a simple setting I have missed.
</frustrated rant ends>