Talk:Copyright for Educators/Working globally
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|Suggestion to add answers to reflection questions||1||04:13, 30 December 2011|
|Question about item in bulleted list||1||03:09, 30 December 2011|
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I suggest we add answers to the reflection questions, via "expand" buttons. Pedagogically, I think it's useful for learners to consider the questions as they read the content. So, my choice would be to offer the answers at the end of the page...maybe just repeat the reflection box with the questions, with the addition of the expand buttons offering sample responses.
The bulleted list under Berne Convention, includes the following:
- A series of minimum standards defining exclusive rights
I recommned revising as the other 4 items in the list are sentences, whereas this item is a phrase. But more importantly, I don't see the point of this item. As I am not familiar with exclusive rights, the item doesn't offer me enough of an example to get anything out of it.
Just offering a learner's perspective.
I removed the bullet about exclusive rights. It would add an unnecessary layer of confusion to try and introduce and explain exclusive rights in this example.
I added a clarifying into sentence about the intention of the Berne convention to create a system of "equal" treatment.
Better experience for the learner now. Thanks.
in the prev/next arrows that guide the reader through this module, but the page is included on the navigator. I'm thinking that the navigator and prev/next arrows should agree. Is there a reason that this page is being skipped?
That's a mistake -- from recollection on some of the activities which are setup with sub-sub menu pages, I may have removed the next previous arrows because they become confusing when the activity sub-page is pulled into an external environment like a learning management system.
By design, things in the 'navigation' class (including the Previous/Next arrows) are not supposed to render when using the IFrame hack or when exporting to an LMS package.
If they do, please file a bug report. :-)