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We've just redesigned our ICT curriculum and I would like to create an interactive method of sharing this with ...
15th July 2009, 09:00 AM #1
Database/CMS/Wiki to display an interactive curriculum map
We've just redesigned our ICT curriculum and I would like to create an interactive method of sharing this with staff.
Basically, I would like an index page that is a table (year groups along the top, sub sections down the side) filled with objectives.
Then, for some of those objectives, I would like it to link to another page. This page would display, and link to, related objectives, contain examples of work, pictures etc... and be easily updatable by anyone - WIKI style.
What I need is a quick and simple way of achieving this. I'm OK at windows scripting and old-skool HTML but not much over that.
Thought I could do this with WIKI software with each objective a page, but don't know of one that will automatically generate a index page as a table.
Any ideas where to start? (Appart from "PHP scripting for dummies!"?)
16th July 2009, 11:34 AM #2
There are a few free Wiki Systems out there,
If you head on down to PHP Wikis | Scripts & Programs | Hot Scripts
you can see the Wiki scripts there.
Also if you are looking for a CMS System you can have a look at Joomla! there are a lot of addons that may enable you to integrate a Wiki system.
If your school going to be a part of BSF? If so, the system they implement could have a Wiki system.
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