Student overview of Digication Kora

Version: Kora Courses, April 14, 2023 or later

Permissions required: Student

Create work for assignments

  1. Select an assignment (1).
  2. Add work (2) to the assignment or continue existing work (3).


Add a module

  • A page contains one or more modules. Modules can contain text, images, files, multimedia, and other content.
  1. Click “Add Content” (4) to add rich text modules (5), add tables (6), upload files (7), take pictures (8) and more.

A work page, with a numerical guide, 4, marking 'add content'  


    • For more information about adding modules and content to your work, please see the articles in “Add modules and content.”

Edit a module

  1. To edit a module, hover over the module and click “Edit” (9).

A page with a rich text module; a numerical guide, 9, marks 'edit'

Move a module

  1. Use the move tool (10) to move a module to a different location.

An animated GIF showing selection of a rich text module's 'move' button, followed by moving of the module; numerical marker 10 is at the top of the GIF

Resize a module

  1. Click and drag its border or corner to resize a module (11).

An animated GIF showing the resizing of a rich text module

Edit module style

  1. Click “Settings” (12) to edit module style.

A page, with the 'Module settings' panel open; a numerical guide, 12, marks a rich text module's 'settings' button

      • For additional information about the styling of sections and modules, please see the articles in “Style and customization” section.

Add a section

      • Each page can be made of one or more vertically stacked sections. Each section can have customizable backgrounds, and they can contain one or more modules.
  1. You can add additional sections by clicking “Add content” (13).

A page, with a numerical guide, 13, marking 'add content'

  1. Click “Section” (14).


Add a section background

  1. Add a background to a section by clicking “Settings” (15).

A page with a section; a numerical guide, 15, marks the section's 'settings' button

  1. In “Section Settings” (16), scroll to “Bottom Layer Background” (17)

A page with the 'section settings' panel open; numerical guides mark the following: 16, the 'section settings' panel; 17, 'bottom layer background'

  1. Add an image background by clicking “Select Image” (18).

a page with the 'section settings' panel open; a numerical guide, 18, marks 'select image' within the 'bottom layer background' section

  1. You can add images in several ways:
    • Upload an image file (19).
    • Take a picture (20).
    • Search for an image (21).


  1. The image (22) will be added as a background to the section.

a page, with an image providing the background for a section, marked by numerical guide 22

Add and rearrange pages

      • Your work is organized into a single page or multiple pages accessible from the navigation menu (1).

a page, with a numerical guide, 1, marking the navigation menu

  1. Hover over the header section and unlock it (2).
  2. Hover over the navigation menu and click “Edit” (3).

a page with focus on the header section; numerical guides mark the following: 2, unlock; 3, 'edit' on the navigation bar

      • In “Page Settings,” you can add (4), delete (5), reorder, and create pages or subpages.

an animated GIF showing the 'page settings' window; a page is added by clicking 'add page,' marked by the nuerical guide 4; the page is deleted with 'delete page' marked with the numerical guide 5; pages are reordered by dragging, and one page is made a subpage of another by dragging it to the right

Submit work

1. Through “open work”

  • Submit while the work is open (1).

  • Current assignment (2) is selected by default if you do not change the page in your work during the submission.

  • Select the pages (3) and “Submit” (4)


    2. Through "My assignments and activities

  • Submit from “My assignments and activities” (1).


  • When submitting through “My assignments and activities”, you will always see the current assignment (2) selected by default.

  • Select the pages (3) and “Submit” (4).


  • For more information about submitting your work, please see “Submit work
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