New update. http://gateway.total-knowledge.com/~sergey/UU/Author/Home.html > Few notes: > > There is currently "Login as author" and "Login as student" thing. > I presume this is only for mock-up purposes, and will not be there > in real code. Yes, it's only for mock-up purposes. > > When one opens topic, some explanation should be shown by default. > I think what we'll do, is assign two values to each explanation: > difficulty > level, and sequence number. There can be more then one explanation > with same difficulty level. Sequence numbers should be unique within > given difficulty level within given topic. Thus, student can select > default > difficulty level (probably on per-course basis), as one of his > preferences. > Then, when he opens a topic, an explanation at or below his default > difficulty level with lowest sequence number is displayed. > (I have to add this all to feature spec...) Done. Author sets as many levels of difficulty as he likes on Course level. > > Catalog organization. I think I wrote that we need to categorize our > objects, > and we even came up with categorization parameters. > http://www.total-knowledge.com/progs/uu/archive/msg00084.html > Please reflect that in your mock-ups. Done. There is a "Catalog" link on the left navigation bar. Search results will have a similar look > > Now, about your "texts" idea. I think it's possible, we just need to > clarify > it a bit. Is "text" a kind of "media object", that can be > included/referenced? > How will it show up, how do we version them, how do authors actually > use it? Yes, it may be included/referenced to any object, not just dialogs. It may show up as a short inscription at the beginning of an object content view, like epigraphs that somehow related to the content that follows them. Authors will be able to create their own texts, version them, share with other authors. Once again, I suggest this feature only because we have Text object already and because it's very similar to the way we deal with tests/problems objects > > Repository. In repository, objects themselves are not hierarchical at all. > We can build hierarchy of categories, yes, but not copy it from course > organization. The way your mock-up shows it, it isn't clear if you meant > same thing as I just explained. Done. Click on "My Objects" Courses link on the left navigation bar, check checkboxes with Courses that you want to look at, then click on "Topics" link on the Repository top navigation bar, then on "Problems" link on the Repository top navigation bar. We may limit users to viewing no more than 4 objects hierarchy at the same time(like Course->Topic->Test->Problem or Course->Topic->Dialog-Text) for better presentation on UI. "History" link allows user to view selected objects history. > > Some page-by page questions (if any of these can be answered by > giving me a link to feature-spec section, then just give the link): > > http://gateway.total-knowledge.com/~sergey/UU/Author/CourseCreate.html > What is "References" field? I found "References" in http://www.total-knowledge.com/wiki/index.php/UU_Page_Flow Not quite sure what it is, I removed it for now. > Why is "Create Topic" there as well? Hint: the fact that Course is > internally > derived from topic should not be visible on UI. Done. > > http://gateway.total-knowledge.com/~sergey/UU/Author/ProblemCreate.html > How do you expect to blend different types of problem solvers in a > single page? Don't understand this one. Can you please elaborate? > > http://gateway.total-knowledge.com/~sergey/UU/Author/TestCreate.html > What is "generate using 5 random problems" thing? I found it here: http://www.total-knowledge.com/wiki/index.php/UU removed it for now. > > http://gateway.total-knowledge.com/~sergey/UU/Author/Account.html > What is "My co-authors" thing? Removed it from My account, but still have list of co-authors on the Home page. I think it's a list all author's co-authors that participated in creatinf shared objects. > > Now, common things: > "Click here to assign..." - maybe it does make sense, but I think the > other > direction will be more common. I.E. someone will go to some topic, and add > subtopics to it. In most cases, when one will create topic, he'll want to > do > something like > Click on add subtopic->edit/save that subtopic, and expect it to be part > of parent topic immediately. > You have similar page flow on "Create Test" page already. > Done. "Create New" links on the left navigation bar will be used for creating child object for _current_ object on all View/Edit pages. If no parent object info in environment(like on My account page etc), child objects will be assigned to TLT(course).
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