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Plone 3 for Education by Erik Rose

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Add a lesson

The Lessons folder we created above holds lectures, chapters, units—any divisions of course material that have associated assignments. Here we'll create a sample lesson about blogs in the "Internet-based media in education" course:

  1. Create a folder inside the Lessons folder to represent the lesson. Title it "Blogs".
  2. Create a Page called "Blogs" inside the Blogs folder. It will act as the front page of the lesson and hold most of the instructional content.
  3. On that Page's Edit Settings tab, turn on Table of contents and Allow comments.
  4. Returning to the Blogs folder, use the Display menu to make the Blogs page its default view.

The value of comments

It's just one checkbox, but allowing comments on a lesson can be a great help to students ...

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