Resources

From e-Learning Documentation

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 10: Line 10:
Go [https://lss.at.ufl.edu/sakai-updates/2010/06/23/resources-vs-lessons | here] to read a discussion of the pros and cons of the two options.
Go [https://lss.at.ufl.edu/sakai-updates/2010/06/23/resources-vs-lessons | here] to read a discussion of the pros and cons of the two options.
 +
 +
==Add Folders to Resources==
 +
 +
You may create folder to aid in organizing the content you add to Resources.  To create a new folder,
 +
# Click '''Resources''' in the left menu bar.
 +
# Beside the main folder for your course (will be called 'Name of Course' Resources), click '''Add'''
 +
# Click '''Create Folders'''
 +
# "Folder Name" - enter a name for the folder.
 +
## Click '''Add details for this item''' if you want to add a description, set special permissions, availability dates, etc.
 +
##* Description
 +

Revision as of 13:10, 1 November 2010

Last updated: 11-01-2010

Overview

The Resources tool inside your course can be used in two different ways:

NOTE: Hiding the tool from students does not prevent students from accessing the Resources in other ways. You should not store sensitive documents in Resources

Go | here to read a discussion of the pros and cons of the two options.

Add Folders to Resources

You may create folder to aid in organizing the content you add to Resources. To create a new folder,

  1. Click Resources in the left menu bar.
  2. Beside the main folder for your course (will be called 'Name of Course' Resources), click Add
  3. Click Create Folders
  4. "Folder Name" - enter a name for the folder.
    1. Click Add details for this item if you want to add a description, set special permissions, availability dates, etc.
      • Description



From - Resuse Content in New Semester - In the original course, if you rearranged files in the root folder, those files will be returned to their alphabetical state. If you created folders, the files within the folders will retain whatever order you gave them. You can eliminate the need to reorder files if you create a folder called "Root" and place all other folders and files within that folder. From that point on, the files and folders will maintain the order you establish through import.

WebDav for Windows 7

Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
Navigation
Toolbox