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The Home Page is the first page your students see when they enter your course. You have several options for a home page:
Front Page: Create your own page that includes a welcome message, links, images, or other information
Course Activity Stream: Use the course activity stream as a home page to show recent activities (announcements, discussions, assignments, etc.)
Modules: You can choose to show all course modules to students as the home page; this can act like a table of contents for the course
Assignments: you can select assignments as a home page, but note that this is only best if your course structure relies heavily on assignments
Syllabus: Similar to a Front Page, but can also list course assignments by default at the bottom of the page; a popular method is to add a banner, provide key information and policies, and include a downloadable copy of the syllabus
Announcements: show recent announcements are part of the Course Home Page