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  • Glossary Overview
    been entered via a rich text editor CIG Coordinators including site organizers and others often use these hyperlinks to provide detailed information such as objectives outcomes or standards represented by each matrix row a complete list of campus activities for each matrix level or an extensive grouping of resources to develop a particular skill If you are a CIG Coordinator the Glossary tool allows you to create the short and long definitions and explanations described above for matrices or wizards within a portfolio site If you are a system administrator you may use the Glossary tool in Portfolio Admin to define terms in matrices across sites within a Sakai instance using the Glossary Tool in the Portfolio Admin site The Glossary tool also allows you to manage glossary terms in other ways You may Change glossary terms Delete glossary terms Use a glossary created in one site in another site by exporting it from the first site and importing to the other site Change glossary tool permissions for all users in any given role The Glossary tool is usually located in the Guide category in a portfolio site To access the Glossary tool click the launch button for Glossary Sakai

    Original URL path: https://sakai.vaughn.edu/portal/help/TOCDisplay/content.hlp?docId=glossaryoverview (2015-06-03)
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  • Adding Glossary Terms (For CIG Coordinators)
    the Add Glossary Term screen In the Term box enter the term you need to define In the Short Description box enter a brief definition of the term In the Long Description box enter a longer definition or description or add more extensive information to help participants fully understand the term Use the icons and pull down lists to format the text as appropriate Click the Add Term button Sakai

    Original URL path: https://sakai.vaughn.edu/portal/help/TOCDisplay/content.hlp?docId=addingglossarytermsforcigcoordinators (2015-06-03)
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  • Editing Glossary Terms (For CIG Coordinators)
    see the Glossary tool menu bar click the Reset button Click the Edit link next to the term you want to change Sakai displays the Edit Glossary Term screen Change entries in the Term Short Description and Long Description boxes as needed Use the icons and pull down lists to format text for the long description as appropriate Click the Save Changes button Sakai makes the changes and displays the

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  • Deleting Glossary Terms (For CIG Coordinators)
    and follow these steps If you do not see the Glossary tool home page click the Reset button Click the Delete link next to the term you want to remove Sakai deletes the term from the list Sakai does not

    Original URL path: https://sakai.vaughn.edu/portal/help/TOCDisplay/content.hlp?docId=deletingglossarytermsforcigcoordinators (2015-06-03)
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  • Publishing Glossary Terms Globally (For CIG Coordinators)
    term globally that is for all sites in a Sakai instance To do so log in and follow these steps Access the Portfolio Admin site Select the Glossary tool Sakai displays the Glossary tool home page Add the term as

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  • Exporting and Importing Glossary Terms (For CIG Coordinators)
    s where you plan to use it When you import a glossary you will be asked whether you want to replace any existing term with the imported term or ignore the imported term whenever a duplicate term is included in the import Exporting a Glossary To export a glossary as a compressed file access the Glossary tool on the appropriate site and follow these steps If you do not see the Glossary tool menu bar click the Reset button Click the Export link on the menu bar Sakai displays the Opening File window Follow the instructions The glossary will be exported to your desktop as a compressed file Importing a Glossary To import a compressed glossary file access the site to which you want to import it and follow these steps Add the file to Resources Access the Glossary tool If you do not see the Glossary tool menu bar click the Reset button Click the Import link on the menu bar Sakai displays the Import Glossary Terms screen Click the Select file link Sakai displays the Select Item screen Select the compressed file for the glossary Under When a term being imported exists click to indicate whether you want

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  • Changing Glossary Tool Permissions (For CIG Coordinators)
    the Glossary tool and follow these steps If you do not see the Glossary tool menu bar click the Reset button Click the Permissions link on the menu bar Sakai displays this screen Referring to the list below click boxes to select the appropriate permissions for users in each role Delete Users in this role may delete glossary terms Add Users in this role may add and import glossary terms

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  • Matrices Overview
    intended content The elements within the cell such as forms to be completed provide a means of guiding and documenting learning encouraging reflection on the learning experience and providing feedback and evaluation Matrices are highly customizable and can be used to document learning or achievements in many areas general education co curricular development program requirements course activities graduation standards faculty promotion and tenure and more The matrix author usually the CIG Coordinator role determines the structure purpose and content of the matrix and each cell within it The author guides participants through the activities for each cell by supplying instructions rationale and or examples Authors may also include forms that structure participant evidence of learning or achievement forms that prompt participants to reflect upon their evidence forms for designated reviewers to provide feedback on participant progress and forms for designated evaluators to assess the work after a participant submits the cell Finally the author may also determine the order in which participants complete the cells Participants review the guidance in each cell complete the forms that are presented and provide evidence from Resources to document their learning or achievement in relation to the criterion and level for the cell Participants

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