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Create a Playlist

While you can use Playlists that have already been created, either by curated third-party content creators or from other teachers and admins in their school or district, you can also create your own playlists.

From the ContentNav Library:

  1. Click the Create drop-down menu.

  2. Click Playlist from the menu.

  3. Enter the title of your Playlist, and click Create.

  4. Customize the Information, Editor, and Settings tabs.

    1. You can create and add Materials or Questions to your Playlist from the Editor tab.

Search for a Material to add to a Playlist

  1. From your course or folder, click Add Materials, and select ContentNav from the drop-down.

  2. Type the topic you would like to search for in the Search bar.

  3. Filter through resources by selecting options from the following search criteria:

    1. Curriculum

    2. Subject

    3. Framework

    4. Level

    5. Domain

    6. Topic

    7. Standard

    8. Content Sources

    9. Content Types

    10. Educational Use

    11. Audiences

    12. Publishers

    13. Products

    14. Curriculum

    15. Grades

  4. The results from your search criteria will update and display as you adjust your selections.

  5. Move the pointer over each material to review its description, or click on the material card to access the material as it would display to the student.

Add a Material to a Playlist

From the Add Materials pane, after you have the refined your search:

  1. Click Save on the material that you would like to add to your collection.

  2. From the Add to Playlist screen, click the desired playlist.

  3. Click Add.

Add Assessment Questions to a Playlist

Questions can be added to a playlist to help you assess a student’s understanding of the content they have covered within a playlist. To add a question to a playlist, from the Playlist editor:

  1. Click + New Question.

  2. Select the question type, then click Create.

  3. Fill in the question details form.

    1. Select More Details to add additional information such as tags or standards.

  4. Click Save.

Students will be able to see whether they answered the question correctly or incorrectly, however responses to questions are not scored or stored as grades.

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