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How to Create Your Teaching Module

  • To contribute a Teaching Module Topic that is not already listed, Click on "Create New Topic" on the on the left navigating bar
  • Click on "Continue to create the new page"
  • Enter a Topic Name in WikiWord format. Choose a parent Topic: Teaching Module. Click on "Create this topic."
  • In your new topic page, click edit and enter the parent Topic to make it appear in the the table. Then your topic is found in the Teaching Module Table. (eliminate spaces for WikiWord links to work)
  • Click on prototype and click on edit. Select and copy the code for the table, then go back to your new page and add the table.
  • Edit your table, add attachments (include a comment that will show at list of attachments at the bottom of your page, select the property to "Create a link to the attached file"), and personalize your page.

-- RaquellHolmes - 2009-07-17

Once you create a Twiki Topic for you new Teaching Module, copy and paste the Edit View of the example below into your teaching module. Then, Edit the table for your Teaching Module.

Teaching Module Description

Key Value
Module Name: My own module name
Author(s): I am the author with colleagues
Module Biology Topic: Transcriptional Regulation
Keywords: Edit to enter key words for biology
UG Course Level: Beginner
Tool(s): Virtual Cell
Other tool: Edit to Insert Name and URL for Tool
Module Created: 2007/9/22
Abstract Link Insert URL or WikiWord

Module

key value
Abstract textarea, 80x5 is this really a space that takes up to 80x5 lines of text or is it only 40characters long like it suggests in the hidden formating and then the next question is how does it appear once it's been entered
Physiology textarea, 80x5
Model description textarea, 80x3
Model files enter file names and description-this wants two columns
Model exercises attach files
Topic revision: r8 - 2011-03-03 - 03:58:38 - IonMoraru
 
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