ERes Manual - Academic XPressPageTM

About ERes
  Course page functions
Finding a course page
  Using search
Creating a course page
  Academic XPressPageTM
Course page functions
  Access statistics
  Adding entries
    Add Entry screens
    File extensions
    Naming conventions
  Adding folders
  Adding Web links
    Add Web Link screens
  Archiving a page
  Changing entry order
  Changing page info
  Course password
  Deleting a course page
  Deleting entries
  Deleting files
  Modifying entry info
Account levels
  ERes Manager
Admin. functions
  Departments lists
  Email all accounts
  External pages
  Internet resources
  Usage statistics

Academic XPressPageTM allows an instructor to create Web pages for courses, and then to tailor them to specific requirements.

The first Academic XPressPageTM screen consists of five required entries which will identify the course page within the ERes system. The second screen allows an instructor to enter optional information used to personalize the page. The third screen allows the setup up the page to be customized, for example, a live "chat" room for the course can be "turned on" from the third Academic XPressPageTM screen.

The five entries on the first Academic XPressPageTM screen are the instructor's last name, the department in which the course is offered, the course number (e.g. 325.22), the full name of the course, and the instructor's full name. The first four entries are used by the ERes system to "locate" the course page. These entries are also used to create the on-screen title when the page is displayed.

All entries on the second and third Academic XPressPageTM screens are optional. These include a password for the course page, which limits access to all information and document entries, and various course-related information fields which can be used or not, as appropriate. Any of the choices made on these screens can be easily modified after a page is created.

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