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  1. While logged in to dashboard.wikiedu.org, visit your course page and click the Timeline tab.
  2. Click 'Edit' at the top or bottom of the Timeline, and then:
    • Edit the content of any timeline block.
    • Reorder the timeline by dragging and dropping a block from one place to another. (As of September 2015, this works best with the Chrome browser; try that if you are having trouble with dragging and dropping.)
  3. Click Save at the top or bottom of the Timeline to finalize your changes.
  1. While logged in to dashboard.wikiedu.org, visit your course page should appear on your "My Dashboard" home page. You can edit your course description on the "Home" page, any of the modules on the "Timeline" of your course page page, and more.

    Home tab

    If you click the "Edit Description" on your "Home" tab you can provide customized information for your students about how to complete the Wikipedia project. This page uses HTML for it's coding and formatting. You can read up on some basic HTML formatting here if you're interested. using basic HTML to create headings to provide detailed information for students

    Timeline tab.

  2. Click 'Edit' at tab

    You can also edit each individual module on the "Timeline" tab of your course to provide a customized experience. To edit a module, select "Edit" on the top right corner of the module. You can only see this function if you are logged in to the Dashboard. Edit button

    Once you make that selection you will be allowed to adjust any of the text within the module, including the title, adding a due date, checking or bottom of the Timeline, unchecking if the assignment will be graded, and then:

    • Edit the content of any timeline block.
    • Reorder the timeline by dragging more. You can also add additional trainings for students to complete. We recommend that you not remove the assigned trainings as they are there to help students complete the assignment for that module. Don't forget to click "Save" once you're done or your work will be lost!

      Editing options

      Re-arranging my Timeline

      You can also "Re-arrange" the modules on the Timeline to fit your course needs. For example, let's say you selected to include the "Reflective essay" in your course but that you want it due the last week of class. Select the "Arrange Timeline" button on the upper right hand corner of your course page (this button will scroll with you as you move down the page).

      Select "Arrange Timeline"

      Once you've made that selection you will be allowed in to a new view where you can drag and dropping a block drop the modules between weeks. In this example we will move the "Reflective Essay" module from one place to another. (As of September 2015, this works best with the Chrome browser; try that if you are having trouble with dragging the 11th week to the 12th week.

      Week 11

      You can individually drag the modules or you can use the up or down arrows.

      Week 12

      Then select "Save All" and dropping.)

  3. Click Save at the top or bottom of the Timeline to finalize your changes.
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While logged in to dashboard.wikiedu.org, your course page should appear on your "My Dashboard" home page. Select the course that you'd like to work on. You can edit your course description on the "Home" page, any of the modules on the "Timeline" of your course page page, and more.

Home tab

If you click "Edit Description" on your "Home" tab you can provide customized information for your students about how to complete the Wikipedia project. This page uses HTML for it's coding and formatting. You can read up on some basic HTML formatting here if you're interested. using basic HTML to create headings to provide detailed information for students

Timeline tab

You can also edit each individual module on the "Timeline" tab of your course to provide a customized experience. To edit a module, select "Edit" on the top right corner of the module. You can only see this function if you are logged in to the Dashboard. Edit button

Once you make that selection you will be allowed to adjust any of the text within the module, including the title, adding a due date, checking or unchecking if the assignment will be graded, and more. You can also add additional trainings for students to complete. We recommend that you not remove the assigned trainings as they are there to help students complete the assignment for that module. Don't forget to click "Save" once you're done or your work will be lost!

Editing options

Re-arranging my Timeline

You can also "Re-arrange" the modules on the Timeline to fit your course needs. For example, let's say you selected to include the "Reflective essay" in your course but that you want it due the last week of class. Select the "Arrange Timeline" button on the upper right hand corner of your course page (this button will scroll with you as you move down the page).

Select "Arrange Timeline"

Once you've made that selection you will be allowed in to a new view where you can drag and drop the modules between weeks. In this example we will move the "Reflective Essay" module from the 11th week to the 12th week.

Week 11

You can individually drag the modules or you can use the up or down arrows.

Week 12

Then select "Save All" and the Timeline will be updated!

While logged in to dashboard.wikiedu.org, your course page should appear on your "My Dashboard" home page. Select the course that you'd like to work on. You can edit your course description on the "Home" page, any of the modules on the "Timeline" of your course page page, and more.

Home tab

If you click "Edit Description" on your "Home" tab you can provide customized information for your students about how to complete the Wikipedia project. This page uses HTML for it's coding and formatting. You can read up on some basic HTML formatting here if you're interested. using basic HTML to create headings to provide detailed information for students

Timeline tab

You can also edit each individual module on the "Timeline" tab of your course to provide a customized experience. To edit a module, select "Edit" on the top right corner of the module. You can only see this function if you are logged in to the Dashboard. Edit button

Once you make that selection you will be allowed to adjust any of the text within the module, including the title, adding a due date, checking or unchecking if the assignment will be graded, and more. You can also add additional trainings for students to complete. We recommend that you not remove the assigned trainings as they are there to help students complete the assignment for that module. Don't forget to click "Save" once you're done or your work will be lost!

Editing options

Re-arranging my Timeline

You can also "Re-arrange" the modules on the Timeline to fit your course needs. For example, let's say you selected to include the "Reflective essay" in your course but that you want it due the last week of class. Select the "Arrange Timeline" button on the upper right hand corner of your course page (this button will scroll with you as you move down the page).

Select "Arrange Timeline"

Once you've made that selection you will be allowed in to a new view where you can drag and drop the modules between weeks. In this example we will move the "Reflective Essay" module from the 11th week to the 12th week.

Week 11

You can individually drag the modules or you can use the up or down arrows.

Week 12

Then select "Save All" and the Timeline will be updated!

Adding a block

To add a block to your timeline, click the "add block+" option.

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This will produce an empty block where you will be able to add any pertinent information and training modules to the timeline. Once you're finished, press the "save" button to save the block, which will add it to the timeline.

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While logged in to dashboard.wikiedu.org, your course page should appear on your "My Dashboard" home page. Select the course that you'd like to work on. You can edit your course description on the "Home" page, any of the modules on the "Timeline" of your course page page, and more.

Home tab

If you click "Edit Description" on your "Home" tab you can provide customized information for your students about how to complete the Wikipedia project. This page uses HTML for it's coding and formatting. You can read up on some basic HTML formatting here if you're interested. using basic HTML to create headings to provide detailed information for students

Timeline tab

You can also edit each individual module on the "Timeline" tab of your course to provide a customized experience. To edit a module, select "Edit" on the top right corner of the module. You can only see this function if you are logged in to the Dashboard. Edit button

Once you make that selection you will be allowed to adjust any of the text within the module, including the title, adding a due date, checking or unchecking if the assignment will be graded, and more. You can also add additional trainings for students to complete. We recommend that you not remove the assigned trainings as they are there to help students complete the assignment for that module. Don't forget to click "Save" once you're done or your work will be lost!

Editing options

Re-arranging my Timeline

You can also "Re-arrange" the modules on the Timeline to fit your course needs. For example, let's say you selected to include the "Reflective essay" in your course but that you want it due the last week of class. Select the "Arrange Timeline" button on the upper right hand corner of your course page (this button will scroll with you as you move down the page).

Select "Arrange Timeline"

Once you've made that selection you will be allowed in to a new view where you can drag and drop the modules between weeks. In this example we will move the "Reflective Essay" module from the 11th week to the 12th week.

Week 11

You can individually drag the modules or you can use the up or down arrows.

Week 12

Then select "Save All" and the Timeline will be updated!

Adding a block

To add a block to your timeline, click the "add block+" option.

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This will produce an empty block where you will be able to add any pertinent information and training modules to the timeline. Once you're finished, press the "save" button to save the block, which will add it to the timeline.

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Adding weeks

You can add additional weeks to your Timeline by using the column on the far right of your Timline that summarizes the semester. If you have not yet reached the end of your semester, you can use the "Add week" button to add an additional week to your Timeline. The Dashboard will auto-populate your week at the bottom of the Timeline. You can then "Arrange your timeline" and drag assignments down into the new week.

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If there are not anymore weeks provided in the assignment or semetser dates you entered, a warning will pop up. This warning indicates that there are no more weeks allotted for the assignment. You can always edit the course dates to add additional time as necessary.

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While logged in to dashboard.wikiedu.org, your course page should appear on your "My Dashboard" home page. Select the course that you'd like to work on. You can edit your course description on the "Home" page, any of the modules on the "Timeline" of your course page page, and more.

Home tab

Home tab

If you click "Edit Description" on your "Home" tab you can provide customized information for your students about how to complete the Wikipedia project. This page uses HTML for it's coding and formatting. You can read up on some basic HTML formatting here if you're interested. using basic HTML to create headings to provide detailed information for students

You can also "Edit Details" to adjust assignment dates, the title of your course, and more.

Timeline tab

You can also edit

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From the Timeline tab, you can "edit" each individual module on the "Timeline" tab of your Timeline, arrange the blocks on your Timeline, adjust your course to provide a customized experience. dates, or the appearance of the grading rubric.

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To edit a module, select "Edit" on the top right corner of the module. You can only see this function if you are logged in to the Dashboard. Edit button

Once you make that selection you will be allowed to adjust any of the text within the module, including the title, adding Within each block you can complete the following:

  • Adjust the title of the block
  • Adjust the "Block type" - do you want this to appear as an assignment, an in class block, a custom block, or as a milestone?
  • Add a due date, checking date (the block type must be "assignment")
  • Check or unchecking if the assignment will be graded, and more. You can also add additional trainings for students to complete. uncheck the "Graded" box - more below on this.
  • Add or remove training modules
  • Adjust the text that appears below the training modules.

We recommend that you not remove the assigned trainings as they are there to help students complete the assignment for that module. Don't forget to click "Save" once you're done or your work will be lost!

Editing options

Re-arranging my Timeline

You can also "Re-arrange" re-arrange the modules on the Timeline to fit your course needs. For example, let's say you selected to include the "Reflective essay" that you plan to introduce the Wikipedia assignment in your course in Week 3, but that you you don't want it due the last students completing the first trainings of modules from "Get started on Wikipedia" until week of class. Select the 4. To start, make sure you're on the Timeline tab of your course page and then select "Arrange Timeline" button on the upper right hand corner of your course page (this button will scroll with you as you move down the page).

Select "Arrange Timeline"

Once you've made that selection you will be allowed in to a new view where you can

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You can then individually drag and drop the modules between the weeks. In this example instance, we will want to move the "Reflective Essay" "Get started on Wikipedia" down into Week 4. You can move it one module from the 11th week to the 12th week.

Week 11

You can individually drag the modules or you can use the at a time down the list, until it shows up or down arrows.

Week 12

Then select as the first assignment in Week 4. Don't forget to "Save All" and the Timeline will be updated!

You can complete this task for as many of the modules as you like, but please save often!

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Adding a block

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You can also add a custom block to your timeline, click the any week on your Timeline. To do so select "add block+" option.

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This will produce an empty block at the bottom of that week where you will be able to add any pertinent information information. You should add a title, select what block type you want, and training modules to the timeline. can add custom text. Once you're finished, press the "save" button to save the block, which will add it to the timeline.

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Timeline.

Adding weeks

You can add additional weeks to your Timeline by using the column on the far right of your Timline Timeline that summarizes the semester. If you have not yet reached the end of your semester, you can use the "Add week" button to add an additional week to your Timeline. (If the last date of your term has already been reached, this button will appear grayed out.)

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The Dashboard will auto-populate your week at the bottom of the Timeline.

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You can then "Arrange your timeline" and drag assignments down use the Arrange Timeline button or the Add block button to add modules into the new that week.

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If there are not anymore weeks provided in the assignment or semetser dates you entered, a warning will pop up. This warning indicates that there are no more weeks allotted for the assignment. You can always edit the course dates to add additional time as necessary.

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We hope this helps! -Wiki Education team

While logged in to dashboard.wikiedu.org, your course page should appear on your "My Dashboard" home page. Select the course that you'd like to work on. You can edit your course description on the "Home" page, any of the modules on the "Timeline" of your course page page, and more.

Home tab

Home tab

If you click "Edit Description" on your "Home" tab you can provide customized information for your students about how to complete the Wikipedia project. This page uses HTML for it's coding and formatting. You can read up on some basic HTML formatting here if you're interested.

You can also "Edit Details" to adjust assignment dates, the title of your course, and more.

Timeline tab

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From the Timeline tab, you can "edit" each module on your Timeline, arrange the blocks on your Timeline, or adjust your course dates, or the appearance of the grading rubric. dates.

For tips on grading, see our Ask question and response here.

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To edit a module, select "Edit" on the top right corner of the module. You can only see this function if you are logged in to the Dashboard. Within each block you can complete the following:

  • Adjust the title of the block
  • Adjust the "Block type" - do you want this to appear as an assignment, an in class block, a custom block, or as a milestone?
  • Add a due date (the block type must be "assignment")
  • Check or uncheck the "Graded" box - more below on this.
  • Add or remove training modules
  • Adjust the text that appears below the training modules.

We recommend that you not remove the assigned trainings as they are there to help students complete the assignment for that module. Don't forget to click "Save" once you're done or your work will be lost!

Re-arranging my Timeline

You can also re-arrange the modules on the Timeline to fit your course needs. For example, let's say that you plan to introduce the Wikipedia assignment in your course in Week 3, but you don't want students completing the first trainings of modules from "Get started on Wikipedia" until week 4. To start, make sure you're on the Timeline tab of your course page and then select "Arrange Timeline"

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You can then individually drag the modules between the weeks. In this instance, we want to move "Get started on Wikipedia" down into Week 4. You can move it one module at a time down the list, until it shows up as the first assignment in Week 4. Don't forget to "Save All" and the Timeline will be updated!

You can complete this task for as many of the modules as you like, but please save often!

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Adding a block

You can also add a custom block to any week on your Timeline. To do so select "add block" on the relevant week.

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This will produce an empty block at the bottom of that week where you will be able to add any pertinent information. You should add a title, select what block type you want, and can add custom text. Once you're finished, press the "save" button to save the block, which will add it to the Timeline.

Adding weeks

You can add additional weeks to your Timeline by using the column on the far right of your Timeline that summarizes the semester. If you have not yet reached the end of your semester, you can use the "Add week" button to add an additional week to your Timeline. (If the last date of your term has already been reached, this button will appear grayed out.)

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The Dashboard will auto-populate your week at the bottom of the Timeline.

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You can then use the Arrange Timeline button or the Add block button to add modules into that week.

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We hope this helps! -Wiki Education team