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  • Forms Overview
    with field names Both the instructions and the field names guide site participants in completing the form appropriately The form itself in the Forms tool is a structure comprising places for data When an instructor or other user in the role of CIG Coordinator creates and publishes a new form the form is ready for data entry When the form is filled out the completed form data is stored in Resources If the form was filled out in the process of completing a matrix cell the data will be stored in the Portfolio Interactions folder in My Workspace Resources If the form was completed via the Resources tool it will most often be stored in the participant s My Workspace Resources folder In Sakai forms allow you to collect store and display information in matrices and portfolios These forms can serve a variety of purposes For example you may use forms to collect routine information such as contact information and educational or work history You may also use forms to prompt users to document their learning or provide metadata for work they have completed Other forms may be designed to guide users in documenting the details of a teaching experience restating a particular learning outcome in their own words or describing an internship experience Some forms are specifically dedicated to guide users to reflect upon their learning skills course work or other experiences Still other forms can be used to collect feedback or evaluation from instructors or peers on the user s work In matrices different forms can be presented to users in different roles Site participants may be asked to fill out forms to provide background information document work on projects describe courses reflect on co curricular experiences or organize thoughts about learning outcomes These users fill out and

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  • Completing Forms in Resources
    Workspace and open the Resources tool Select New Form Item from the Add pull down list for an appropriate folder within your My Workspace Resources folder Sakai displays the Select a Form screen Forms will be displayed according to the sites in which they have been made available Select the appropriate form from the select box To proceed click Continue Or to exit without completing the form click Cancel If you clicked Continue Sakai displays the form you chose The nature of the display will vary depending on the form You have these options To proceed fill out the form and click Continue To return to the preceding screen and select another form click Back To exit without completing the form click Cancel If you clicked Continue Sakai displays the New Form Item screen This screen can be used to edit properties of the newly completed form such as name description and accessibility These properties can be modified later by going to Resources locating the completed form and selecting Edit Details under the Actions pull down list After completing the New Form Item screen as desired select Finish to complete the form in Resources or Cancel to discard all progress

    Original URL path: https://sakai.vaughn.edu/portal/help/TOCDisplay/content.hlp?docId=completingformsinresources (2015-06-03)
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  • Editing Completed Forms in Resources
    follow these steps Open the Resources tool and the folder containing the form Select Edit Content from the Actions pull down list for the form you want to edit Sakai displays the completed form Make the appropriate changes To complete

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  • Deleting Completed Forms in Resources
    have already completed follow these steps Open the Resources tool and the folder containing the form Select Remove from the Actions pull down list for the form you want to edit Sakai displays a remove confirmation screen To remove the

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  • Completed Forms and Data Types (For CIG Coordinators)
    one or more versions of a specific portfolio The instructions fields and field names in forms vary depending on the information the form is designed to collect Fields may also be as small or large as the creator of the form deems necessary Forms can contain many fields and types of data The supported data types are as follows String First Name Street Address Insights Gained Feedback Date Birth Date Date of Certification Creation Date Integer Current Age Social Security Number Years at Current Address Decimal GPA Mathematical Results Boolean A True False or Yes No Answer to a Question File anyURI File Attachment Demonstrating Participant Ability Complex A Group of Fields of the Same or Mixed Data Types Each field in the form uses a specific data type Fields can be configured to validate the user s input for example to ensure that the numeric value for a date falls within a plausible range Also the form creator can specify whether a field is optional or required and whether the field may be repeated filled out more than once Available field types include text rich text date selection radio buttons for less than five options drop down menu for

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  • Forms and Resources (For CIG Coordinators)
    similar you prevent site participants from possibly being confused by them This practice leaves the site Resources area free to be used as the place for files that are appropriate for all site participants It also allows you to use a single copy of an XSD file in your My Workspace Resources to create forms in all of your sites Alternatively you may hide the XSD files in a portfolio

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  • Accessing a List of Forms (For CIG Coordinators)
    Tool Menu Sakai displays the Manage Forms page The Manage Forms page contains a list of forms that have been created locally for your site The forms are ordered alphabetically For each form you can see the name of form owner when it was last changed and its site and global states published unpublished or waiting for approval If the list of forms is longer than one page use the

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  • Preliminary Steps for Adding Forms (For CIG Coordinators)
    your purposes in which case you do not need to create a new one You cannot create an XSD file in the Forms tool to create an XSD file use an off line XML editor or the Form Builder Contrib tool 2 When creating or editing an XSD file plan the content carefully Keep the following points in mind Field names are displayed to the left of the text fields

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