UP has a license for the Content Collection, which allows lecturers to organise, view, manage and link to the files. This page will explain Course Files and the Conent Collection.
Introduction to achievements in clickUP.
How to create and manage achievements in clickUP.
Best practice for using achievements in clickUP.
Adaptive release controls the release of content to users based on a set of rules you create. The rules may be related to availability, date and time, individual users, group membership, scores or attempts on any Grade Center item, calculated columns in Grade Center, or review status of an item in your course.
This video shows you how to add a banner to the first entry point of your course.
When you start thinking about content you have to keep a lot of things in mind, for example the visual design, writing style, tone, arrangement of information, use of colour and graphics, and accessibility. This document will give you plenty of ideas on how to present content "in a way that minimizes barriers to understanding."
Content Areas are the top-level course areas. They are created and managed on the Course Menu. This documents explain how to plan what the Course Menu will look like.
This document will help you to save time and also manage your Content Collection when adding new information in clickUP.
This document explains how you can easily overwrite files.
On this page you will fine information on how to add content on a Content Area, using the following Contet Tools: items, files, learning module, lesson plan, content folders, media files and mashups.
These videos explain how to create and use these Content Tools:
These documents contain a summary of all your Content Tools and a Tools Comparison table:
All course administration is accessed through links in the Control Panel. This document explains the Superior and the different options available to users.
PLEASE NOTE that only the following roles can access this area: instructor, teaching assistant, grader, course builder and system administrator.
This document describes the steps to copy an item. You can copy items between Content Areas in a course OR to a Content Area in another course. There are also some things to take note of when you Copy an Item which is described in detail in this document.
The Folder View and the Display Course Menu in a new Window options were now combined in one button. This document displays screen caps of the differences.
This video explains what the Course to Course Navigation means and how it will assist you in quickly navigating to another course.
This document shows you why the course to course navigation disappear and how to correct it.
This video explains how to create a folder in the Content Collection.
This video explains how to download a zipped package from the Content Collection.
Versioning keeps track of each interaction with a file. This document explains how to switch the file versioning on. Versioning must be turned on to keep track of the file.
The Manage Versions page, lists the following information about each version:
- The version number as a hyperlink.
- The date and time the version was created.
- The person who created the version.
- The size of the file.
If you are using Latex software to produce mathematicle expressions or functions, you can also display the in clickUP. This document will explain how.
This document explains how to make a course available for students. Take note: each year you also have to make the previous year's course unavailable to the students.
This document explains the new formulas available with the Math Editor function available on the Content editor (anywhere where you see a text box where you can add text).
This document explains the different possibilities of a module page. Modules are items that include content, links or tools that can be added to personalise a page.
This video will show you how to add and remove modules from your home page as well as how to rename your home page.
This web page will show you how to upload multiple files to the Content Collection.
When you are using a lot of images in your PPT and MS Word documents, it becomes large in file size. This document explains how to optimise the images with the click of a button which will reduce the file size without losing quality on your images.
You can run several types of course reports to view information about course usage and activity. You can view summaries of course usage including, which course areas are used most frequently and course access patterns for specific students. For more information, read the article:
Guidelines for developing study guides and study material have been developed and complement the UP Study Guide Policy in a meaningful manner. The guidelines offer lecturers step-by-step guidance in the development of a study guide and also make provision for a checklist on the basis of which a study guide can be evaluated.
The Study guide link is not currently available on the web. If you need the study guide template or guidelines document for your faculty, please contact your
This video explains how to turn statistics tracking on for a Content Item. This can be extremely helpful if you need to see whether your material is being viewed by students or not.
This document will take you through the steps of creating a link to an unlisted YouTube video which will play in 4 browsers: FireFox, Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer.
This document explains how to create a zip file and then to upload it into clickUP.
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