Learning Commons:Student Orientation
This section will offer a general introduction and overview to the Learning Commons website. We've included a definition of purpose, strategic goals and specific intentions related to the content on each page. Also included is a basic tutorial related to some of the platforms you will be working with as a content author on the Learning Commons website.
These documents will help you orient to the overall role as a CLC web team member including goals, principles and guides. Review this when you start, or to refresh your knowledge.
- Student Orientation/Web Team Transition
- Student Orientation/Principles
- Student Orientation/Website Purpose
- Student Orientation/Student Report
Developing Content Information
These documents will help you learn how to develop content for the CLC website. You’ll explore ways to work with and develop different types of web content, while keeping in mind considerations about your audience’s demographic and needs. Review this before you create project proposals and while you work on drafts. This is important for everything we share: from social media to blogs, to videos.
Guidelines and Guides (rules we follow)
- Learning Commons Showcase Strategy (when/how to feature outside content from partners)
Conceptualizing Content (brainstorming content)
- Student Orientation/Learning Design
- Student Orientation/Story Board
- Student Orientation/Streeters
- Student Orientation/Videos
- Student Orientation/UX Lab Design ( extra review; not typically a part of workflow)
- Student Orientation/Sessions (note: supplementary information, not needed for orientation. These pages have extra information about learning design and considering your perspective.)
Formatting Content (Both Written and Multimedia)
When developing web content, it’s important to consider how formatting and citing the content aids in users’ access to the content. Review this when you post content.
- Student Orientation/Accessibility
- Student Orientation/Creative Commons License
- Student Orientation/ Finding Content (CC places to start searching)
- Technical How-tos