Provide the Big picture overview of my.TAFE Admin access
Promote understanding and exploration of the different navigation item types in the my.TAFE framework
Experience and activities in customising the menu buttons using the default menu configuration interface; create, upload and edit new content
Discussion and activities on the basics of the advanced menu configuration interface
Encourage discussion and further exploration of relevant content and resources in the staff support site, and TNQIT my.TAFE orientation site for staff
Where are you at with my.TAFE now?
Can you answer these questions?
What is a learning management system?
What is a learning content management system
Can you do these activities
How to begin the set up of a my.TAFE course/module
How to set up navigation menu
How to add content
How to edit in my.TAFE
What do you need to know?
My.TAFE Admin Access
Getting your head around the possibilities and requirements of having my.TAFE Admin access
TNQIT my.TAFE orientation for staff
Screen grab of login screen my.TAFE
Screen grab of my.TAFE training page
What do you do with your admin access to my.TAFE now?
What types of activities do you currently do in my.TAFE now with admin access?
Admin terms in my.TAFE
Course, groups, users
Content, url, templates
Components, JED editor
Content urls templates
upload download zip
The Big Picture?
The Big Picture?
Use Course level items where you want everyone to interact e.g. a course level forum used as a social communication tool.
Use Module level items for activities specific to the module content e.g. an activity requiring students to post responses and interact with each other about content to a forum. It is also possible to filter these by group in the forums settings.
Use Group level items where you want students to see interactions specific to their group across all modules in the course e.g. a FAQ group blog may need to be available from all modules in the course.
TNQ Training site TNQ_Training
Training practice modules
1. See – Try - Apply
Access & Use the default configuration interface – captivate video (staff support site)
Configure navigation icon
Edit a menu item title
Remove an item from the menu
Insert a menu item
Upload new content to a menu item
Use the Default Menu Configuration
Activity Sheet – Activity 1
Activity 1: Modify existing menu buttons in your TNQ-Training module
Issues – key tips?
2. See – Try - Apply
Access & Use the advanced configuration interface – captivate video (staff support site)
How to access the advanced menu configuration area
About the configuration screen
How to configure menu items
Advanced configuration interface
Activity 2 - Create a new button and attach content
Issues – key tips?
Using the default configuration interface
Modify existing menu buttons
Create new buttons
Attach content by uploading
Create a new page from a template
Edit using the JED Online Editor
Using the advanced configuration interface
Rearrange the buttons you’ve created
Re-caption your module
Useful design links
Flexible Learning Framework
What you can now do/practise?
Edit a menu button
Remove a menu button
Create a menu button and link to an existing resource
Use the different types of learning objects
Create a new web page, and edit it.
Upload an existing learning resource
Use the advanced menu configuration interface
Help us improve
Where to from here
Future training sessions – Staff training TNQ intranet site – bookings preferred
Wednesday personal and team coaching – 1-8pm Cairns library
Other coaching times can be negotiated with Colleen