Resources for Online Teaching: Protein Structure
Proteopedia offers instructors a way to prepare tutorials for the students, but also tools for students to work on their own projects, in a remote and shareable way.
Individual students working on their projects and sharing them
One option is to assign a Sandbox page to each student. Sandboxes are pages intended for learning and practicing. Later on, if the teacher and students are happy, Sandbox pages can be published as regular Proteopedia pages, maintaining the ownership of those authoring the page. Sandboxes are constantly being used on several courses at Universities on different countries.
Here an example of a Sandbox page students are working on http://proteopedia.org/w/Sandbox_Reserved_1598
You can get a reserved block of Sandbox pages for your course at
Student groups collaborating in a project
However, if you want to assign different pages to small groups of students, the choice are Studios. A teacher divides the class in smaller groups. Each group gets their own 'Study' to work on a project, a protein, ligand or function. Students from one group can't browse the work of others, allowing for the teacher to assign the same topic to the whole class and still being able to evaluate the individual work of a reduced group. The teacher and one or more designed tutors may access the material inside individual Studies. More info on Studio available at http://proteopedia.org/w/Proteopedia:Studio
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