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The Resource Drupal for Education and Elearning, (electronic resource)

Drupal for Education and Elearning, (electronic resource)

Label
Drupal for Education and Elearning
Title
Drupal for Education and Elearning
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
With clear instructions and plenty of screenshots, this book provides all the support and guidance you will need as you begin to create your classroom website. Step-by-step tutorials show you how to use Drupal in the most efficient and effective ways possible. People new to Drupal will find a good introduction of the basics; while more experienced users will learn useful tips and tricks for using Drupal in a classroom context. If you are an teacher, tutor or an educator who wants to build a website for your classroom, be it elementary or any higher education, ""Drupal 7 for Education and E-Lear
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Robertson, James Gordon
Dewey number
006.7
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Computer-assisted instruction
  • Educational technology
  • Internet in education
  • Web-based instruction
  • Web sites
  • Computer games
  • Internet programming
Label
Drupal for Education and Elearning, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Creating the assignment content type
Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Introducing Drupal; What is Drupal?; Drupal -- a short historical overview; What Drupal can do for you; Drupal terminology; Taking notes; Summary; Chapter 2: Installing Drupal; Assumptions; The domain; The web host; Web server; PHP version; MySQL version; FTP and shell access to your web host; A local testing environment; Setting up a local environment using MAMP (Mac only); Setting up a local environment using XAMPP (Windows only)
  • Configuring your local environment for DrupalPHP configuration; MySQL configuration; The most effective way versus the easy way; Installing Drupal -- the quick version; Installing Drupal -- the detailed version; Enabling core modules; Assigning rights to the authenticated user role; Summary; Chapter 3: Getting Started; The core installation; Core user functionality; My Account; Add content; Log out; Administrative functionality; Dashboard; Content; Structure; Appearance; People; Modules; Configuration; Reports; Help; Next steps -- building the foundation; Installing modules and themes; Files
  • DirectoriesCore modules and themes; The sites directory; Steps for adding modules and themes; Step 1 -- downloading; Step 2 -- decompressing; Step 3 -- uploading; Step 4 -- enabling; Configuring modules and themes; Modules; Themes; Modules and themes -- a summary; Creating roles; Creating content types; Step 1 -- creating the content type; The Name and Description sections; The Submission form settings page; The Publishing options page; The Display settings page; The Comment settings page; The Menu settings page; Step 2 -- adding fields; Step 3 -- assigning taxonomies
  • Adding a taxonomy to a content typeStep 4 -- assigning permissions; The result; Creating content types -- summary; Creating views; Step 1 -- adding a view; Step 1 (a) -- describing the view; Step 1 (b) -- selecting the type of data and filter; Step 1 (c) -- selecting a display type; Step 1 (d) -- setting display type options; Step 1 (e) -- setting the display format; Step 2 -- editing the view; Step 2 (a) -- adding fields; Step 2 (b) -- adding/editing filters; Step 2 (c) -- adding/editing contextual filters (optional); Step 2 (d) -- editing display format (optional)
  • Step 2 (e) -- setting additional configuration options (optional)Step 3 -- defining multiple display types (optional); Step 3 (a) -- overriding the default values (optional); Creating views -- a summary; Summary; Chapter 4: Creating a Teacher Blog; Installing the text editor; Uploading and enabling CKEditor; Setting the proper text formats; Assigning user rights via roles; Understanding roles and how they work; Creating content types for the teacher blog; The blog post content type; Adding fields and assigning a taxonomy; Assigning permissions; Hey! Why not use the blog module?
Control code
ocn851970702
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
1 online resource (390 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781782162766
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)851970702
Label
Drupal for Education and Elearning, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Creating the assignment content type
Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Introducing Drupal; What is Drupal?; Drupal -- a short historical overview; What Drupal can do for you; Drupal terminology; Taking notes; Summary; Chapter 2: Installing Drupal; Assumptions; The domain; The web host; Web server; PHP version; MySQL version; FTP and shell access to your web host; A local testing environment; Setting up a local environment using MAMP (Mac only); Setting up a local environment using XAMPP (Windows only)
  • Configuring your local environment for DrupalPHP configuration; MySQL configuration; The most effective way versus the easy way; Installing Drupal -- the quick version; Installing Drupal -- the detailed version; Enabling core modules; Assigning rights to the authenticated user role; Summary; Chapter 3: Getting Started; The core installation; Core user functionality; My Account; Add content; Log out; Administrative functionality; Dashboard; Content; Structure; Appearance; People; Modules; Configuration; Reports; Help; Next steps -- building the foundation; Installing modules and themes; Files
  • DirectoriesCore modules and themes; The sites directory; Steps for adding modules and themes; Step 1 -- downloading; Step 2 -- decompressing; Step 3 -- uploading; Step 4 -- enabling; Configuring modules and themes; Modules; Themes; Modules and themes -- a summary; Creating roles; Creating content types; Step 1 -- creating the content type; The Name and Description sections; The Submission form settings page; The Publishing options page; The Display settings page; The Comment settings page; The Menu settings page; Step 2 -- adding fields; Step 3 -- assigning taxonomies
  • Adding a taxonomy to a content typeStep 4 -- assigning permissions; The result; Creating content types -- summary; Creating views; Step 1 -- adding a view; Step 1 (a) -- describing the view; Step 1 (b) -- selecting the type of data and filter; Step 1 (c) -- selecting a display type; Step 1 (d) -- setting display type options; Step 1 (e) -- setting the display format; Step 2 -- editing the view; Step 2 (a) -- adding fields; Step 2 (b) -- adding/editing filters; Step 2 (c) -- adding/editing contextual filters (optional); Step 2 (d) -- editing display format (optional)
  • Step 2 (e) -- setting additional configuration options (optional)Step 3 -- defining multiple display types (optional); Step 3 (a) -- overriding the default values (optional); Creating views -- a summary; Summary; Chapter 4: Creating a Teacher Blog; Installing the text editor; Uploading and enabling CKEditor; Setting the proper text formats; Assigning user rights via roles; Understanding roles and how they work; Creating content types for the teacher blog; The blog post content type; Adding fields and assigning a taxonomy; Assigning permissions; Hey! Why not use the blog module?
Control code
ocn851970702
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
1 online resource (390 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781782162766
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)851970702

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