WordPress is extremely flexible, learn how to students can export their site data and import it into their own ePortfolio.
- [Voiceover] One of the greatest things about using…WordPress in your classroom…is the portability of the content.…Unlike an LMS, where a student's work is locked inside…of the system, with WordPress students have the option…of taking their work with them and importing it…into their own site, either on WordPress.com…or into their own domain.…Preserving their work and giving them the option…of incorporating it into their own portfolio or carrying…it forward to future classes and projects.…As the administrator of their own site on your network,…students can go to the Tools menu and select Export.…
Then, choose the All Content option…and download an export file.…The file that will download will be an xml file that…contains all of the information about their site settings…and the contents of their pages and posts.…Then, they should set the Radio button to Media.…Use the drop down menus to select the start and end dates…and then again, click the Download Export File.…If the student only wants certain posts or pages,…
- Creating a test environment to configure WordPress Multisite
- Designing a Multisite network
- Manually creating a Multisite network
- Creating new sites
- Managing access and privacy settings
- Adding and managing users
- Managing plugins and themes across multiple sites
- Creating a site template
- Aggregating posts in a Multisite network
- Supporting students
- Exporting student sites
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Designing a Multisite Network
3. Creating a Multisite Network
4. Managing a Multisite Network
5. Managing a Multisite Network of Classes
6. Managing a Multisite Network for Students
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