If you're building course work through the Moodle LMS, one method of gathering content you might like to explore is the book module.
I've found this a very useful way of presenting a sequence of content in Moodle, with easy navigation via a sidebar menu (removing a lot of the potential clutter that can appear in regular course pages) and the possibility of linking to specific pages in the book from various quizzes or assignments.
The book module is not a place for interactive elements (like quizzes or essay submissions, for example), but is a great way to gather together the content-rich elements of your course unit or units and keep it from cluttering up your topic blocks or becoming scattered via various individual files or pages.
Having built book modules into a couple of my courses, I created a series of three screencasts for a colleague looking to find a better way to gather together the video tutorial content he has been making for his own course.
1. How (and why) to set up the 'book module' in Moodle
2. Adding content/chapters to a book module
3. Linking to specific parts of the book module from other areas/resources
Hope those put the book module into some sort of perspective and provide some solid tips on how to implement it.