I recently tweeted the key highlights of the new Grav Open Publishing Space, and I thought I would share them here:
It’s a launch: here is the (mostly open) learning ecosystem I’ve assembled for this Fall’s Simon Fraser University CMPT-363 User Interface Design course.
Figure 1. Learning Ecosystem for CMPT-363 @ SFU 2017.
It was created to support the pedagogical goals for the course while also delivering a...
I recently tweeted the key problems Grav Open Course Hub was created to solve for tech-savvy educators, and I thought I would share them here:
Here is a brief video demonstrating how Grav with Git Sync can be configured to use GitBook for collaboratively editing Markdown content.
Look of interest? For step-by-step instructions visit learn.hibbittsdesign.org/grav-with-gitsync-and-gitbook.
A collection of videos demonstrating how Grav with Git Sync can bring an efficient and flexible Markdown content workflow into Canvas LMS (or any other system supporting embeddable Web pages).
I recently tweeted some key aspects of when to use the Grav CMS in the field of education, and I thought I would share them here:
(1/14) It's not WordPress or Grav, but when WordPress and when Grav. If WordPress meets all your needs as an educator, then that's AWESOME!🙌— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) June 5, 2017
I am really looking forward to being part of the BCNET 2017 conference in Vancouver next week.
Here is the description of my session:
Leveraging A Modern Flat-File CMS As An Open And Collaborative Partner For Your LMS
(3:15pm on April 25th)
Want to provide instructors with the flexibility of a personal open platform that is database free while still keeping sensitive student data on university servers? Looking to enable course participants to contribute to their own online open environment? Want to help instructors meet unmet pedagogical goals due to current LMS constraints? The modern flat-file CMS Grav (getgrav.org) might be your answer!