Recently I tweeted some examples of using Grav Course Hub inside and outside of the Canvas LMS, and I thought I would share them here:
More progress in providing a choice to access course materials either inside and outside of an LMS. For students who do not have other courses on the university LMS they can choose to visit the multi-device friendly @getgrav Open Course Hub (which links to needed LMS elements).👇 pic.twitter.com/y0fGM6G6x3— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) July 15, 2019
Recently I tweeted about possible workflows with Grav, and I thought I would share them here:
So, what workflows does @getgrav support? One example is to use the desktop app @Typora to create/edit Markdown content and then @GitHubDesktop to preview and push changes to your Grav site👇Alternatively, you could edit and push changes with just one app, such as @AtomEditor⏱ pic.twitter.com/EaIyikgQFh— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) June 25, 2019
Recently I tweeted about my initial exploration of the fantastic OpenETC project, and I thought I would share them here:
Pretty jazzed to try the @cloudron_io platform for open courses and publishing with @getgrav, Markdown & Git on @openetc today. OpenETC is all about community to foster and support open infrastructure for the BC post-secondary sector, so I'll be sharing as I go along 🚀 #openetc pic.twitter.com/QY5loidk85— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) June 19, 2019
To support organizing course content by term (or by other criteria), sharing content between different course offerings, and further-separating development of future vs. current course content, MultiCourse Hubs now support course groups (e.g. multiple course offerings grouped together).
Figure 1 - MultiCourse Hub with Groups in the Admin Panel
The Intro to Grav Video Series is a collection of tutorial-style videos that cover a range of topics, from installing Grav to editing pages to using the amazing Git Sync Plugin.
Figure 1 - YouTube Playlist
These videos are also available on the documentation site for my Grav CMS open education and publishing projects learn.hibbittsdesign.org
Features the voice and screencasting talents of Ryan Pierson.
Recently I tweeted about the new Presentation Listing page for the Open Course Hub skeleton package (which leverages Ole Vik’s Presentation Plugin), and I thought I would share it here:
Soon to be part of the @getgrav Open Course Hub, a Presentation listing page - like a blog post listing page but for your Markdown-based slides within a Grav site using the new Presentation Plugin (https://t.co/YwLtQfU7DS) which uses the best-of-class reveal.js Framework👇 pic.twitter.com/1a241hZCgT— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) May 3, 2019
Recently I tweeted about what can be done with multi-section pages in the Open Course Hub and Open Publishing Space, and I thought I would share them here:
With @getgrav Open Course Hub & Open Publishing Space you can seamlessly embed #OER Grav Markdown content (with 🔁Git sync) into another system with the 'chromeless' URL flag. For example, the page https://t.co/md8PbXiOji can be seamlessly embedded with https://t.co/vGErZJpEAK🚀 pic.twitter.com/NwVMposKmS— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) May 9, 2019
Recently I tweeted about new support for standard Grav Taxonomy Tags within section-type pages, and I thought I would share the tweets here:
Thanks to an inquiry by @colinmadland for wanting to embed different sets of content from a single GitHub content repository across multiple LMS courses, the @getgrav Open Course Hub and Open Publishing Space packages now support standard taxonomy filters for section-type pages🙌 pic.twitter.com/WFKkMzef4j— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) April 25, 2019
Here's a demo of using @getgrav Open Course Hub section-type pages within two different #CanvasLMS courses, where both courses are getting Markdown-based content from the same GitLab content repository but each has its own collection of that content (using Grav Taxonomy tags)👇 pic.twitter.com/ajo4DbCdHT— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) April 26, 2019