Course Feed

Hi there,

I'm currently working in the development of a course for Electrical Engineering at the UNSW.

Currently, there is a Course Feed tab installed in the course (see attached image) that can serve as a dashboard for all the post from the different learning activities. However, several students upload images without sense just to complete with the participation mark; hence, the genuine questions are hard to find and sometimes they get lost. 

So, a possible solution would be to have a sub-tab called "Exam Queries" (for example) under Course Feed that only shows the posts from the learning activities that have been tag using "Exam Queries" as a tag. This can be replicated for many other tags. So, in the end, you will see all the tags for Course Feed as sub-tags.

What do you think? 

Best regards

Philippe

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  • Hi Philippe!

    I think this is a great idea!

    I think filtering (by tag, maybe type of post (submit, comment etc) or module)  and sorting (by date) the Course feed would be a great idea.

    Thank you for submitting this!

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  • Thanks Alenka,

    I'm just wondering how to implement this. I'm new in open learning and I would like to have some help with this.

    Best regards

    Philippe

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    • Philippe Gentillon Hi Philippe, at the moment, filtering the course feed is not possible, but it is a great idea, and our Product team will look into it.

      In the meantime, if you wish, you can send us the link to your course to support@openlearning.com and we'll check if maybe we can offer you some kind of workaround for now.

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  • Okay, Thanks Aleska.

    I have sent the link to support. 

    Just in case, here is link for you: https://www.openlearning.com/unswcourses/courses/elec4612/home/

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    • Philippe Gentillon Thanks! We received the email too. We'll take a closer look and be in touch soon!

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  • HI ..  I review my course feed section..I can't figure what is the best way to use the course feed section..please suggest and give examples..thank you

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    • fazni susila Hi there! I've replied to your other post :)

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