Time to explore some of the strange courses that have been identified. There are currently two types:
- courses with many individual Book resources; and
- courses with huge Book resources.
Courses with many books
Back in part 2 there appear to be a number of courses that have more than 50 individual book resources. That seems a bit excessive. Wonder what that indicates? What are these courses (one of mine might be part of this group)? Is there something wrong hidden in these figures (e.g. are some of them hidden)?
There are 15 course offerings with more than 30 Books. 7 of these are offerings of the course I teach. The remaining 8 are split between 3 different bridging/preparation courses.
If the line is drawn at 20 books, then there are 23 course offerings drawn from another 2 education course , a nursing course, and another 2 bridging courses.
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