Your students have the ability to embed Google Maps into their WordPress blog posts and pages. Start by going to Google maps and searching for the location you wish to embed on your WordPress blog. With the location selected, perform the steps in the video below to see how WordPress can include Google maps
Does WordPress ask for your credentials when you’re trying to assess a student submission? WordPress within CloudDeakin requires staff to access the template within the learning resources before marking student submissions. Watch the video for the steps to remedy this situation.
Click on the Tools drop-down and then Classlist in the top navigation bar. Click the Add Participants button at the top left of the window. Select Add existing users from the dropdown . In the Search field, enter the name of the user to be enroled. Click the Search button. A list of names […]
CloudDeakin Minimum standards require that we all comply with Copyright, however it can difficult to know where to start. There are immeasurable amounts of information, images, video and audio available the internet. What do you include on your CloudDeakin site when there are different rules for the various types of content? In general, you can […]
Faculty minimum standards require that each Unit include a Welcome Message from the Unit Chair or Team, each trimester on the Unit homepage. On each CloudDeakin unit site, there is a Video Post Widget, where the Unit’s Welcome Message video can be placed. The TeachAssit site has some tips and tricks to help Unit Chairs […]