There are two ways to create a project in Echo:
- Using a template
- Creating one from scratch
For either method, the process starts by navigating to the Course Editor for the desired course. The Course Editor is where teachers author the course content and manage what students can see and have access to. To open the course editor, click the icon on the course card that looks like a pencil.
With the Course Editor open, click the "+Add to..." link.
Adding A Project Using the NTN Template
From the "Add to ..." panel, select the "NTN Templates" tab and then click on the desired template.
Give the new project a title and then click the "Add" button to make a copy of the template.
After a few seconds, the page will refresh and the new project will appear on the workspace. Clicking on the project once will open it revlealing a set of pre-loaded folders and activities.
Double clicking on the project folder will allow you to edit the title, due dates, visibility and other settings.
Adding A Project From Scratch
From the "Add to ..." panel, select the "Built-in" tab and then click "Project".
Give the new project a title, set the start and end date for the project, and then click the "OK" button to add the project to the course.
The new project should now appear on the course syllabus. A single click on the project title will open the project and reveal a second "Add to..." button for creating new content within the project folder. A double click will open the item editor and allow you to edit the settings of the project (i.e. project title, start and end dates, visibility, etc)
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Log into Echo as a Teacher.
Choose course where you want to add a project.
Navigate to the Course Editor Tool.
Click on +Add to <course title>
You may want to begin with the NTN project template.
Choose Project ( this is also where you may choose NTN PBL and PrBL Unit Template)
Give your project a title and start and end date.
Note: If you make the start date in the future, the project won't be visible when you check the student view nor will it show up in the course browser.
The project will now appear in your editor and you can begin adding activities