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The latest version of the CCNC materials are not too bad and wouldn't be too hard to wikify. If we configure these for multiple reuse scenarios, I think it can support a wide range of learning contexts.

Thinking out loud -- I would prefer a subpage solution rather than using a "down arrow" for a target on the same page. This would make it easier to transclude. For example -- there could be a Spreadsheets for Statistics course (basically a transcluded duplicate of the generic course pages, and then incorporates transcluded pages for the stats activities if you know what I mean.) Much easier to maintain.

Thanks for your offer to help here -- would be a great project for the WE and OERu family.

Mackiwg (talk)14:05, 18 March 2012

Yes, I see what you mean. Definitely the way to go for courses which support different contexts.

I'm wondering if we need a fully separate course...learning pathway....for people using different spreadsheet software, at least for the very basic stuff. As we get into it, we'll have to see if there are situations which would make sense for the learner to choose activity directions or screenshots specific to the software they are using, and then that bit gets transcluded into the page. This method would only make sense if it's more common than different.

I haven't used Excel in quite some time, so I'm not sure how different the learning content will need to be.


ASnieckus (talk)09:01, 19 March 2012