Step One: Create a post on the course website.
The course website is powered by WordPress, a free and open-source blogging tool and CMS. Using WordPress is pretty intuitive, but if you encounter difficulty there is a lot of support available online.
Your post must include video and/or audio documentation of what your patch does. Video documentation can be delivered via Vimeo or Youtube – both offer free accounts. Formatting the video in a WordPress post is super-easy, just paste the link into the WordPress Visual editor [i.e. http://youtu.be/AdK-no9dKIA or https://vimeo.com/29001775], and WordPress will format it nicely, like so:
Sound recordings can be delivered via SoundCloud, which also offers free accounts. Posting SoundClouds is also super-easy, just post the link into the Visual editor [i.e. https://soundcloud.com/sp4cp/long-john-is-long], and WordPress will auto-format it nicely, like so:
Upload your code and all media/dependencies to the shared Google Drive. To do this find the folder for the assignment in the >>> WORK SUBMISSION area. Create a folder inside the assignment folder and rename it to your Andrew ID. Put all your project files in this newly created folder. Include a clickable link to this folder in your post.
Your work will be considered incomplete if your code is missing, incorrectly named, has missing dependencies, or is otherwise broken.
Under “Categories” tag your post with “Assignments”:
Step Two: Submit link to post on Canvas
After you have created your post on the website, you must deliver your work via Canvas by entering a link to your post.