Student Post (Example)

Faculty: This example student post and comment demonstrate how students can contribute and collaborate on this course site. Please switch this example post to “Draft” or delete it when you are ready to share your site with your students. For help working with OpenLab Course sites, visit OpenLab Help.

Student Posts

Students can create posts to respond to assignments, submit work, and share ideas. Students must create an account on the OpenLab and join this course before they are able to write posts.

Categories

Students should give their posts the category “Student Work”; all posts in this category will appear under “Student Work”, with the most recent post first. Faculty can create additional categories for students to use, e.g. “Assignment 1 Posts” to help organize student work.

Commenting

Students are encouraged to comment on each other’s posts to facilitate discussion and provide peer-to-peer feedback. Scroll down to see the example comment associated with this post.

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  1. This is an example comment.

    Students are encouraged to comment on each other’s posts to facilitate peer-to-peer discussions and feedback. Instructors may use the WP Grade Comments plugin to grade or provide private feedback.

    Learn more about commenting here.

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