The module is composed of textual and video content on topics related to authors’ rights. The module is structured to actively engage you in reflection and practice through 4 types of interactives. Not all interactions are required for the completion of the module.
The following outlines the types of interactives and their status for module completion:
Reflections are questions and ideas posed to participants to critically think about key issues related to the module. The participant’s reflections are captured in the Open Forum where others can address the ideas and engage in discussion. A final module reflection is assigned at the end of the module. Status: Optional Except Final Module Reflection
Scenarios / Test Your Knowledge
Scenarios are case studies or examples of the key issues in the module in practice through the perspective of a persona. The scenarios are designed to ask complex questions about topics within familiar examples. Test Your Knowledge provides participants with an opportunity to answer multiple-choice questions on key areas to ensure an understanding of core facts. Status: Mandatory
Dig deeper are additional resources facilitators have identified to further your learning on a specific topic within the module. Participants can use this content to “dig deeper” into the content. The additional reading may initiate new ideas and questions that participants can share in the Open Forum. Status: Optional
The Activity Bank are activities listed throughout the module. The activities will vary and make require analyzing content, engaging with a tool, or both. The completed activities are openly shared in the Learning Activities section of the site. Status: Mandatory