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2. How Sections in BluePrint Correspond to the Learning Platform
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The Lesson Outline (which organizes Lessons by categories) comprise the Table of Contents found in the Lessons tab of the Learning Platform. That same logic goes for Flashcards, Practice, Tests, and Essays.

 

 

Our Structured Study Plan (the A–Z Path through your course, or a standard curriculum) is organized by Study Tasks. A study task holds a certain amount one type of content — like lessons, or questions, or flashcards — that a learner will focus on. When they complete that task, they can move onto the next task. Study Tasks are grouped together by Study Task Groups.

 

 

In the Learning Platform, there are some gamified elements that you don’t control in BluePrint. For example: the Game Center automatically builds games from your Flashcards. The Search feature searches throughout your course in Learning Platform (so it would include discussions). There are also statistics and learner progress found on the Home page, which is unique to each student.
 

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