Recently I tweeted about the new Presentation Listing page for the Open Course Hub skeleton package (which leverages Ole Vik’s Presentation Plugin), and I thought I would share it here:
Soon to be part of the @getgrav Open Course Hub, a Presentation listing page - like a blog post listing page but for your Markdown-based slides within a Grav site using the new Presentation Plugin (https://t.co/YwLtQfU7DS) which uses the best-of-class reveal.js Framework👇 pic.twitter.com/1a241hZCgT— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) May 3, 2019
Recently I tweeted about new support for standard Grav Taxonomy Tags within section-type pages, and I thought I would share the tweets here:
Thanks to an inquiry by @colinmadland for wanting to embed different sets of content from a single GitHub content repository across multiple LMS courses, the @getgrav Open Course Hub and Open Publishing Space packages now support standard taxonomy filters for section-type pages🙌 pic.twitter.com/WFKkMzef4j— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) April 25, 2019
Here's a demo of using @getgrav Open Course Hub section-type pages within two different #CanvasLMS courses, where both courses are getting Markdown-based content from the same GitLab content repository but each has its own collection of that content (using Grav Taxonomy tags)👇 pic.twitter.com/ajo4DbCdHT— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) April 26, 2019
Recently I tweeted the addition of document versioning for the Learn2 with Git Sync skeleton package (which leverages Grav’s Multi-language feature), and I thought I would share it here:
Inspired by an inquiry by @dgibbons and made possible by the amazing work of @rhuk, the latest @getgrav Learn2 with Git Sync skeleton package beta (which requires Grav 1.6) now supports document versioning🎉 pic.twitter.com/HgnmawjKGa— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) March 4, 2019
With Grav 1.6 getting closer and closer to release, it seems like the good time to release a set of Beta skeleton packages for Open Course Hub and Open Publishing Space with enhanced support of the new Presentation Plugin to explore and test, so let’s get to it!
Figure 1 - Presentation Plugin - Editing a Presentation
Recently I tweeted some details about the new Presentation Plugin by Ole Vik for the Grav CMS, and I thought I would share them here:Continue Reading
Recently I tweeted some recent improvements to Sections-type pages, designed to support a large amount of Markdown-based content within a Grav site, and I thought I would share them here:
One of the most popular aspects of the @getgrav Open Publishing Space and Open Course Hub is the 'Sections' type page, where a large amount of content is accessible via sidebar links and next/prev section buttons pic.twitter.com/eCOXuoPxom— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) February 4, 2019
Recently I tweeted some of my thoughts about Markdown, open content, and the release of the new Grav Presentation Plug, and I thought I would share them here:
While not a 'silver bullet' for all open content/#OER scenarios, in my experience Markdown supports truly open (think of the 5Rs) and collaborative materials (when used with Git-based Web services like GitLab/GitHub/etc.) while also enabling a more streamlined workflow. [1/4]— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) January 23, 2019
Throwing caution to the wind I’ve decided to submit two proposals for the Cascadia Open Education Summit in Vancouver, B.C. on April 17 and 18, with both involving the use of Markdown, Git and the file-based Grav CMS for creating and delivering open educational resources (OER).
UPDATE: While these proposals were not accepted this year I would be more than happy to meet with any interested educators about the above topics while they are in Vancouver April 17th and 18th.Continue Reading