Forum .LRN Q&A: dotLRN documentation - what we have and what we need?
General/User docs The user docs are very useful and upto date thanks to the work done by Deirdre Kane from Sloan. Some of the docs need to be generalised to be dotLRN docs from the Sloan Manuals.
- Short feature overview
- Tour for professors (powerpoint)
- Tour for students (powerpoint)
- Sloan User FAQs
- Sloan Admin FAQs
- Sloan User guides
- dotLRN 1.0 User and Administrator Handbook LRN
Currently exist in the dotlrndoc package and they should be moved to the standard OpenACS docs location dotlrn/www/doc
- Writing a dotLRN Package
- dotLRN Architecture
- dotLRN Nomenclature: a dotLRN Primer
- dotLRN Roles, Sections, and Permissions
- dotLRN Portal Permissions
So, does any one have opinions on what other docs we need for dotLRN?
Furthermore, where should we send additional material to (as I think we will be writing up some marketing materials).
where "Tour for Proffesors" & "Tour for students"is available on site?
.LRN 2.1 is scheduled to be released mid-summer ...
How about integrating your list with the wonderful collection of openacs documentation Jade has compiled over on the openacs site?
For user docs, I would also suggest that we integrate these sites to reflect whatever structure Malte might set up with his proposed context-dependent help system, and also, that we make this interactive, maybe including a forum format, so we could more freely share quick "how-to's" rather than always face editing burdens?