are created based on one or more concept maps.
Creating a lesson by automatic population with contents from a concept map
create a lesson directly from the current concept map.
text: You can create a lesson directly from the current concept map, by pressing [convert to lesson]. The system will then show you a menu where you can specify what you want to keep in the lesson from the current concept map, as well as what the name of the new lesson will be. By default, the lesson has the same name as the concept map it is based on. You can now rename the lesson, and select only a few types of attributes to filter out of the lesson (such as an introductory lesson with only title, introduction, figure) or select the whole contents of the lesson. When you are finished, press 'enter'.
conclusion: You will be able to see the newly created lesson if you return to the Home directory of MOT, by pressing [home] in the left hand panel. Your newly created lesson will be at the end of the list of your own (yellow) lessons. To view the lesson, check Viewing a Lesson.
Creating a lesson manually
creating a new lesson manually, you have to return to the Home of MOT, by
text: From the Home, you can start creating a lesson manually by pressing the [create a new lesson] button at the end of the list of 'Lessons'. You then enter a menu asking for the name of the new lesson. Name the lesson and press [enter].
conclusion: You will see your newly created lesson at the end of the list of your own (yellow) lessons. To view the lesson, check Viewing a Lesson.