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$339.18 Left to Reach our Goal!

Every year we run a fundraiser to cover the cots of the server for the next year. This last year we had to upgrade servers due to an attack and the costs are a little higher, but as you can all tell it is much faster and much more reliable.  VERY IMPORTANT even though myZIP is reduced to 1MB you can still download courses and libraries by clicking on the course or library name on the Download Tab.  We need to raise $2,500 in order to increase everyone's myZIP size back to 30 MB and for those who have donated in the past once we reach our goal your myZIP file size will be increased back to 1GB. Members who made a donation of $5 or more in the last 30 days have already had their's increased. We recommend a donation of $25 however every dollar counts, however to increase your MyZip size you need to make a donation of $5 USD or more. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE LOGGED IN BEFORE MAKING A CONTRIBUTION.

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Posted: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at 8:36:36 PM | IP Logged

Coming soon to Utilities: Introduction to Library Use For Course Design. This is aimed at entry-level designers. It is fairly simple and comprehensive, covering key concepts, selection, management, trouble-shooting. It's kind of a cheat sheet, and contains many answers to FAQs from the forums. Experienced designers may not find anything new. I hope that it smoothes the path for aspiring course architects. Oh, yeah... Read it before you post your question to the forums! ;-p

I had to go on my own experience, one proof-reading by a well-known designer; searching the forums; and reading manuals and help files.

I am open to edits and revisions, which I will probably hold until site migration time.

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Posted: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at 8:59:45 PM | IP Logged

Good idea nuttywoody, that will be very useful for sure.

Appreciate your hard work. 

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Posted: Saturday, March 14, 2009 at 9:38:35 AM | IP Logged

Great i will look forward to using something to help me understand how to start and what to do next...this is just great news.. thank you! 

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Posted: Sunday, July 25, 2010 at 9:35:15 AM | IP Logged

I am looking forward to this as I have always wanted to design some courses, thanks for helping us. Much appreciated. 

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Posted: Sunday, July 25, 2010 at 10:41:55 AM | IP Logged

edited by: Gunpower61 on Sunday, July 25, 2010 at 10:46:00 AM
Tutorials for coursedesign are available in section: Utilities
Or go to link below:

( Good idea to start with: Design overview for beginners ) 

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Posted: Sunday, July 25, 2010 at 5:13:29 PM | IP Logged

Cool, glad these are still in use. 

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