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Portal navigation312:39, 2 October 2008
Unlicensed content being uploaded to WE111:27, 25 September 2008

Portal navigation

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Last edit: 06:19, 1 October 2008

Just flagging this for the time being --

As the QAF portal page evolves we may need to rethink our navigation and structure of the node.

I'm not sure whether these subpages fit the logic of the main page navigation:

  • Community
  • Contribution levels
  • Research

Clearly these fit in the framework somewhere -- but not sure whether they are top-level headings. The structure will emerge organically as we progress.


Mackiwg (talk)06:10, 1 October 2008

I agree. I do think these headings are relevant at the begining stages of this initiative... But should be reworked as the QA matures...

Prawstho (talk)06:12, 1 October 2008

Hi Peter,

I agree these are relevant in the beginning phases -- I just sense that they are subheadings of the main structure -- if you know what I mean ...

Thinking about this from an information design perspective, we have three key areas:

  • Content
    • First drafts
    • Featured works
    • Peer reviewed OER
  • Capability -- i.e. the capability of individuals and organisations to produce quality OER
    • eMM
  • How we do it -- i.e. process and supporting materials on how to do this
    • Tutorials
    • Tools, e.g. the templates we'll use for requesting review as a featured item etc.
    • Policies
    • Community
    • Contribution levels

Research is a cross-cutter --- need to think where this fits into the strucuture

What do you think?

Mackiwg (talk)06:16, 1 October 2008

I think I will try and work these chnages into the portal's menu template...

Prawstho (talk)12:39, 2 October 2008

Unlicensed content being uploaded to WE

Hi Peter, has the issues that James Neill brought up a week or so ago around the copyright on files that have been uploaded to wikied been included in the Quality Assurance Framework?

Leighblackall (talk)13:17, 11 September 2008


Every day that goes by the more I dislike LQT... I just stumbled upon > 20 messages form two weeks back... I don't know why I didn't get any information (email, prompts in my watch list...) regarding them. I think LQT is damaging to the collaboration within WE.

When is turning LQT off going to be tabled to the new council? Or how could we at least force it onto it's own tab? And could these requests be made without Erik being a stakeholder?


Prawstho (talk)11:27, 25 September 2008