I am excited to be part of SFU’s DEMOfest this year, where I will be presenting and discussing with my fellow educators the advantages of using the Canvas LMS with Grav:
While I’ve been in ‘heads-down’ mode with my SFU CMPT 363 User Interface Design course for the start of the Fall term, I thought I would share here news of my most recent Grav open education project!
Grav Open Publishing Space Space with Git Sync is designed to publish, share and collaboratively edit Markdown-based content using the modern flat-file Grav CMS.
Figure 1. Open Publishing Space
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