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Laulima: Site Info Tool

Laulima: Site Info Tool

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Author: Leanne Urasaki
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Using the Site Info tool, you will organize your practice Laulima course site by manually adding participants, and customizing the site tools.

The first Laulima tool we're going to cover is the Site Info tool. This tool is only viewable to instructors, and is the tool you will use to accomplish most of the administrative actions for your course site.  Think of it as your "mission control," or your "main engine room."   In this tutorial we'll focus on some of the most important features of this tool:

  • Adding/managing site participants
  • Selecting and reordering the site tools
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Tutorial

In this tutorial, we'll be learning about the Site Info tool in Laulima.  This tool is only viewable to instructors, and is the tool you will use to accomplish most of the administrative actions for your course site.  Think of it as your "mission control," or your "main engine room."

Watch the following 15 minute video that discusses the features and uses of the Site Info tool in more detail. 
 

Additional Resources

As you can see, Site Info is a powerful tool. If you would like additional information about the Site Info tool, you can check out the link(s) below, or download the Site Info tool sheet by going to the ITSO Dev site and navigating to the Laulima Assistance Folder, in Resources. (Note: ITSO has a collection of "tool sheets" (print-based guides) for the Site Info tool as well as for many of the other Laulima tools we'll cover in this course.)