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Course Content (MyLS Course Tool)

The content is a course tool in MyLS.

You will find all course materials that your instructor has posted. These materials can be lecture notes, uploaded files and videos.

Your instructors decide how to organize the content. Look to the menu on the left in MyLS – each of these menu items are called a content module.


MyLearningSpace content course tool 

1. Search Topics: Use the search to locate files in the Content tool.

2. Overview: The first time you access your course content, the first page you land on is the Overview.

3. Bookmarks: Topics you bookmark appear in a list on the Bookmarks page. The number beside the Bookmarks link indicates how many bookmarks you have.

4. Course Schedule: The Course Schedule page lists course material due dates, start dates, end dates, overdue course activities, and all events within the course from the Calendar tool for the next seven days.

5. Table of Contents: The Table of Contents panel lists all modules available in your course.

6. Print: Print your course outline, or navigate to a module's landing page to print a module's outline.

7. Download: The course content options located on the Table of Contents page allow you to download your course content in zip file to review offline.

8. Progress bar: Tracks your overall progress in the Content tool.

9. Module name: The name of the module.

10. Topic: The name of the topic within a module.

11. Completion: Typically, topics will be marked as complete once visited. If topics are set to manual tracking, you will need to mark each item as completed.

12. Expand/Collapse: Expand or collapse the module to show or hide topics.

13. Sub-module: A module within a module.

Course Syllabus

1. Navigate to your course from the MyLS homepage.

2. Click "Content" in the navigation bar.

3. Look for the syllabus module in the Table of Contents.

  • Your instructor may also title the syllabus as "Getting Started" or something similar.
  • If the syllabus is not listed, contact your instructor.

Course Content Tool How-Tos