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What are the recognized categories while adding courses to the CSCS site?



Within CSCS courseware we have devised a certain way of understanding and creating our courses. Following the tree structure that Plone provides us with, we have a similar system for our courses.

  1. The largest course folder is the title of the course. For example M.A. Online in Cultural Studies. Select the course for which you are adding the courseware. If the course does not exist and you are designing a new course, please go to the ADD tab and select COURSEWARE to proceed with the new course.
  2. Within the course folder, we have several papers that constitute the course. The Papers are identified with a unique number and a title. For example: 101 Theories of Culture. If a paper does not already exist, please go to the ADD tab and select COURSE PAPER to proceed with the new paper.
  3. Each course is further subdivided into Modules. The Modules contain reading material, assignments, mediated texts, hyperlinks to other sites and cyberspaces, etc. Each Module is identified by a number and the date on which it commences. If a Module does not already exist, please go to the ADD tab and select COURSE MODULE to proceed with the new Module.
  4. Discussion Forums are connected with the Course Papers and thus we should have on discussion forum per paper in a course. The discussion forums are available in the public and hence not contained within the COURSE folder. Please go to HOME and select ALL DISCUSSION FORUMS to detect the DISCUSSION FORUM of your choice or to add new discussion forums, depending upon your permissions.



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