Changes between Version 65 and Version 66 of ReportLOTdemo


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Timestamp:
07/28/06 02:47:07 (13 years ago)
Author:
hans
Comment:

fixed grammatical mistakes in multimedia page template scenario

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  • ReportLOTdemo

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    120120The following scenario describes typical usage of the Multimedia Page template: 
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    122 Lisa is a music teacher who is developing learning material (Comment: the problem with using the word material is that it does not have a singular use in English -i.e.  it is OK to talk about a learning resource but you never talk about "a learning material") about Beethoven. There is a comprehensive article in Wikipedia, but it doesn’t fit her needs. She wants to have learning material with samples from famous compositions. Lisa writes some most important facts about Beethoven to multimedia page template and adds a photo that she was able to find in LeMill. She knows that there is a good selection of Beethoven’s compositions in the Internet Archive. She can add these clips to LeMill as pieces. There is no need to worry about copyright issues because the clips are in Public Domain. She adds a selection of sound clips to multimedia page template and publishes the material. This is a valuable addition to information that students can find from the textbooks. 
     122Lisa is a music teacher who is developing a learning resource about Beethoven. There is a comprehensive article in Wikipedia, but it doesn’t fit her needs. She wants to have learning material with samples from famous compositions. Lisa writes some most important facts about Beethoven to multimedia page template and adds a photo that she was able to find in LeMill. She knows that there is a good selection of Beethoven’s compositions in the Internet Archive. She can add these clips to LeMill as pieces. There is no need to worry about copyright issues because the clips are in Public Domain. She adds a selection of sound clips to multimedia page template and publishes the resource. This is a valuable addition to information that students can find from the textbooks. 
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    124124The Multimedia Page template consists of text areas and piece placeholders. Text area has four symbol formatting options (bold, italic, subscript, superscript) and four block level formatting options (heading, paragraph, blockquote, preformatted text). It is also possible to create bulleted lists, numbered lists and hyperlinks. Users can have only one level of headings in the Multimedia Page. This prevents them from creating overly long documents with complicated structures. We expect that the typical granularity for Multimedia Page is for use in one lesson, not in a whole course. To have all the material for one course in one place users may use the "collections" of LeMill, or use some learning management system (LMS), or simply create another "course web page" with links to the Multimedia Pages.