Start by creating a course template.
The easiest way to get started is to open the UF course templates and select the “Create Course” button.2.
Choose the topics you want to teach.
If you don’t know what you want students to learn, you can create your own topic and then add a topic and add a text description.3.
Choose a course title.
For example, a course titled “Building a new generation of bridges” would give students the option to select a different topic, create a topic, and then select a text to describe the project.4.
Choose what kind of students you want them to have in the course.
In the example above, the students are expected to have an interest in architecture and civil engineering, so you can select one of those topics.5.
Create your topic.
The “Create Topic” button will take you to the UFM course template, where you can specify the topics that you want the students to follow.6.
Click on the “Start” button to begin the course and the students will be taken to the course title screen, where they can select topics to follow or just pick a topic from the list.7.
Create a course description.
This is where the magic happens.
By selecting a topic to follow, you are asked to create a text that describes the project and the course will appear in the students’ syllabus.8.
Click the “Add” button and the UFA course description will be created and uploaded to the students.
You can add as many descriptions as you want, but the only requirement is that they are in the appropriate format.
You must also create a “Course Type” for each subject that you’re teaching, and you’ll need to choose that subject as well.9.
Click “Start,” then “Finish,” and then “Submit.”
Once students have completed their course, the “Course Completed” message will appear.
Click it to continue, then click “Close” to close the UFP course and start all over again.
If you’d like to add your own subject, choose a topic with the topic you created and then click the “add” button in the upper right corner.
The subject will appear on the syllabus in the same format as you created it.
The first time you teach an individual student how to build a bridge, they’ll learn the basic tools necessary to make their work a success.
Then, over the course of the course, you’ll gradually build their confidence in building their own structures.
This will allow them to be better engineers.