When developing the online GER101 online piloted Fall 2015, I created modules in which students were presented with video, audio, & text content on a topic. Various speaking & writing assignments were given, and then a Canvas Quiz was given to assess comprehension. I soon noticed students were going straight to quizzes without accessing Canvas content pages first. After unsuccessful exhortations to go through modules in order, I finally decided, "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em". Previously, I had created Reusable Learning Objects using Softchalk software: a chunk of content is presented immediately followed by a few "comprehension checks" before the next chunk and more checks. To emulate this model, I moved the videos & other instructional content directly into Canvas quizzes to enable students to read information, watch a video, and answer comprehension questions all in 1 place. This ensured content wasn't skipped in a rush to do the quizzes. When the course runs again in Fall 2016, I'll be able to compare quiz scores to see if the new format results in higher grades.