Tips from the Pros: What’s in a Name? Alternative Naming Conventions for Online Courses

Course navigation is what learners instinctively use and consciously rely on to find, select, and explore, and as with any navigational map, keys are necessary to help steer. When logging in, “Home” is usually the first key of the course seen, with others like “Syllabus,” “Discussion,” “Quiz,” and “Module Overview” as common fixtures of the online learning experience.

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