[LON-CAPA-users] (no subject)
Tue, 10 Jan 2006 13:08:42 -0500
I know you'll want to create a .sequence that uses conditionals. As an
author, browse to:
and copy the resource to construction space. You can copy it to your
space by checking the "source available" check box and then click the
Yes link next to the resource.
In authoring, you can create a .sequence and choose the advanced editor.
I suggest checking out the author manual first and reading the info
about the advanced editor before beginning. It may be easier to
hand-code the XML code... I find the advanced editor to be rather
Sorry I can't be more help much more than this but at least I can get
the ball going and you know what to ask for (sequences with conditionals).
James Sullivan wrote:
> Iím reposting this. I posted right before holiday break and got no
> responses. I guess in the holiday fray it got missedÖ..
> I have a sequence of problems that I would like students to complete
> in the order they are presented. I assume that I need to somehow use a
> block function but I admit to ignorance of such things.
> Can someone provide some guidance? I have checked the FAQ and search
> the mail archives, but I donít see this referred to anywhere. Thanks.
> James M. Sullivan, Assistant Professor firstname.lastname@example.org
> Department of Physics Virginia Commonwealth University
> tel: 804/828-6343 fax: 804/828-7073
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> Richmond, VA 23284-2000
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