The name you give each hub and node will be visible on the map your students experience while working in the loop. Wisely chosen names on hubs and nodes can help your students understand the content and correctly navigate the loop. You can think of it like this – if the loop is a book, the names of the hubs are like the headlines to chapters in the book. On the next level, the names of the nodes become sub headlines of each chapter. They show your students the structure of the work area. Don’t give the hubs and nodes names that are too long, it will make the map look untidy. One, or a couple of words is enough. If, at some point, you want a long headline, you can divide it into two lines by clicking enter in the middle of it.