Monday, September 17, 2018

2018 WW: Tutorial: Make an object giver in CybaLOUNGE. Make objects available to multiple users

Make an object giver in CybaLOUNGE. 
Make objects available to multiple users

How to make an object giver in CybaLounge to distribute an object to students or teaching assistants.  The object could carry weekly task assignments.
I just made an object giver
  • Sometimes you want to make an object available to lots of people.
  • Use case:  Instructor needs to make task-package available to multiple assistants or students.
  • Solution:  Instructor stores task-package in inventory and places a giver in a convenient location. 
  • Anyone who needs it can pick up a copy from there.

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Make the Giver object

  • Start by putting your avatar where you want the object
Start by clicking the inventory button
  • That's the briefcase on the bottom line
Select the object you want to give
  • It could be a web sender linking to a shared file with an assignment on it.
When you click the Manage button 
you get this panel
  • You have to scroll down, click the create button, and save the object. 


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