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Publicar un documento en Connexions

Module by: Mark Husband, Mariano Barrón, Connexions. E-mail the authors

Based on: Publishing a Document in Connexions by Mark Husband

Summary: Cómo publicar un documento en Connexions

Publicar un módulo

Para que cualquier persona pueda ver en Internet un nuevo módulo, o los cambios realizados a un módulo existente, es necesario publicar el módulo en Connexions. Para publicar un módulo, siga los siguientes pasos:

  1. Inicie una sesión en Connexions.
  2. Seleccione el "Workgroup" o espacio de trabajo en el que resida el documento que desea publicar.
  3. Seleccione el módulo que desea publicar.
  4. Haga click en la pestaña "Publish", se mostrará la página "Publish Module". Esta página contiene una lista de recordatorios que usted debe comprobar antes de publicar el módulo.
  5. Escriba una breve descripción del trabajo realizado en el módulo dentro de la caja de texto "Description of Changes".
  6. Haga click en Publish, su trabajo se guardará en el "Content Commons" de Connexions y cualquier persona que tenga acceso a Intenet podrá ver el módulo.

Figure 1: El panel "Publish".
Figure 1 (publish.png)

En general, un nuevo módulo no tendrá cambios, por lo que en la caja de texto "Description of Changes" se puede introducir un comentario como, "Creación de un nuevo módulo".

Nota:

La acción de publicar un módulo es diferente al acto de hacer click en el botón Save dentro de una sesión de edición. Cuando usted salva los cambios, sólo usted y las personas con acceso a su workgroup pueden ver los cambios. Cuando usted publica un módulo, el mundo entero puede ver su trabajo en Internet.

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