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EXAMPLE ON HOW TO USE THE TEMPLATE

Resource Acronym
Resource Acronym
Project Project under which the resource was created
Title Title of resource
Date Created) Date that the resource was created
Target Audience write the target audience
Resource Type write the type of resource
Resource Format write the format of the resource
Resource Description write a short description of the resource
Language(s) write the language(s) in which the resource is created
Copyright write the copyright notice
Link(s) Link(s) to resource e.t.c



Copy and paste the code below to the page you wish to add an Event's box such as this one:

{{Resources
  |acronym=Resource Acronym
  |image=Andreas_wiki.jpg
  |project=Project under which the event was organized
  |title= Title of resource
  |dates=Date that the resource was created
  |audience=write the target audience
  |type_of_material=write the type of resource
  |format=write the format of the project
  |description=write a short description of the resource
  |lang=write the language(s) in which the resource is created
  |copyright=write the copyright notice
  |link=Link(s) to resource e.t.c
}}

Then replace the content of the variables with your own, for example :

  Replace 
            title= Title of resource
  With 
            title= Cyberethics Helpline Leaflet/Poster

List of Variables

  • acronym : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it the acronym of the resource
  • image : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it the image of the Resource. You must first upload an image using the upload file option of the toolbox available on the left column of the page. This option is visible if and only if you are logged in.
  • project : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it the project under which the resource was created.
  • title : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it the title of the resource.
  • dates : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it the date that the resource was created
  • audience : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it the type of the audience (target audience)
  • type_of_material : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it the type of resource created
  • format : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it the format of the resource created
  • description : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it a short description of the resource
  • lang : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it the language(s) in which the resource is available
  • copyright : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it the copyright notice text
  • link : This variable expects from the editor to assign to it the link(s) relevant to the resource