By: Rose Lopez
1. Type your label here and format it.
2. Click "Save and return to course".
1. Place your curser over the "move" icon (your curser arrow will turn into a hand). Press your mouse pad to "grab" the move icon.
2. Move your label above the online assignment.
1. Select "Compose a text page" from the "Add a resource" drop down menu.
1. Give a title for your instructions.
2. Repeat the title in the next text window.
1. Select "New window".
1. Type the name of your web page.
2. Retype the name in the second text window.
1. Type the name of your video, then highlight it.
2. Click the "insert web link" icon (looks like a chain link).
1. Paste the url information into the "URL" window.
2. Type a title for your video.
3. Click on "OK".
1. Just for illustration purposes, let's call this page "French video 2"
2. Type the same title into the next text window.
1. Select the "Toggle the HTML source"; notice how the other options are greyed out now.
2. Select the few pieces of code there already, and paste over it with the code you copied from the Teachertube.com site.
1. In the "Window" drop down menu, leave it as "Same window".
1. Type the name of the file you are uploading.
3. Click "Choose or upload a file".
1. Check "Force download".
1. This time I'm going to type the name of an website with grammar practice.
2. I'll retype it here.
3. This is where we'll put the url. I'm just going to find the webpage I'm looking for and copy/paste the address here.
1. Paste the url here.
2. Select "New window".
3. Click "Save and return to course".
1. Fill out the title of your folder you want to upload.
2. Retype the title in the second text screen.
3. On the "Display a directory" drop down menu, find your folder and select it.
4. Click "Save and return to course".
Jul 18, 2013