Learn the difference between Modules and Lessons and how to best use them to deliver and organize your Course Product content.
In this article:
What is a Lesson?
A Lesson is a piece of content (i.e. video, assessment, audio, text, or a combination thereof) within a Module of a Course Product. You can create multiple Lessons within a Module.
Read How to Create a Course Lesson for details.
Your Lessons will look like this in your Course Outline:
The following elements can be added to a Lesson:
- Video or Assessment
- Audio File
- Text Box
What is a Module?
A Module is a tool to organize your Lessons under a common heading.
For instance, if you're teaching a course on drumming for beginners, and you have Lessons about both drumming techniques and different kinds of drum sticks, you could create Modules for "Techniques" and "Stick Types".
Read How to Create a Module for details.
Modules will look like this in your Course Outline:
Modules can also be used to Drip release content in a Product. This functionality can be configured in the Module settings.
What is a Submodule?
Submodules are secondary Modules within a main Module.
Submodules provide a great way to further organize your Course Outline and create bite-sized, manageable learning sessions for your customers.
Learn how to create Submodules.
Submodules will look similar to this in your Course Outline:
You can create up to 30 Submodules within each main Module.
Submodules can also be set to Drip release content. This is very useful if you only want to Drip certain Lessons within a Module, but not Drip the whole Module at once.
Read how to Drip Lessons to learn more about the Drip feature in Kajabi.
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