- Custom consent text
- Create new versions of your form at any time
- Review older versions
- Download CSV containing student list and which version of the form they consented to
This also works if you decide to introduce IP consent after students have already started using Codio.
In the past, if you made a change to the stack of a course unit, it required complex navigation to update the stack that the unit points to as well as then having to point your project to that new stack.
We have now released a new feature that is integrated with the publishing of a unit. You are asked whether you have made stack changes. If you have, then you can create either a new stack or a new stack version from the publish screen. You are also asked if you want to update the unit project to point to the newly created stack.
We have introduced a new and simplified way to handle course creation. In the past, you created a project in your projects list and then worked on the content within it. Large courses ended up with a lot of projects in the list that belong to course units.
To solve this, rather than work in the projects area, you now create and access your unit projects from with the courses area itself. As well as reducing the number of projects in your projects list, this also makes finding your project much easier as it is nicely located with the course module.
The new unit management introduces the concept of a publish step. This takes a snapshot of the project that becomes the latest version of that unit. With the publish snapshot taken, you are free to modify the underlying project without updating the published unit until you are ready to republish.
As a result, we created Codio Books. The vastly improved table of contents allows you to create very large bodies of content, divided up into chapters, sections and pages, nestable to any level. All of this content lives within a single Codio project, so students are free to switch between any part of the course without reloads.
When you create your course units, you can now also map a unit to any part of a book that you like. Students can, at your option, be restricted to the book content mapped to the unit, or you can allow them access to the fun book.
- Sophisticated table of contents
- Multi select and drag and drop of table of contents elements
- Nesting of sections and pages to any level
- Content search
- Map any part of a book to a course unit
- Publish as a standalone book (without unit mapping)
For more information on books see Full Documentation