In the AUTHOR environment, click on the Glossary tab.

Next, click on the green button with a white sheet of paper in the top left.

You will now see a screen with three fields:

  • Name: Give your new theory page a name
  • Status: Do you want to publish your glossary already? Publishing it means it can be attached to theory pages and exercises. Is it just a draft? You can leave it unpublished; but remember to publish it when you're ready!
  • Author group: Choose within which author group you want to create this glossary

You will now see your newly created glossary in the glossary list. Click on the blue A icon to start adding words and definitions. You can do so by clicking on the Create word button on the next screen.

You will now see five input fields:

  • Author group: Choose within which author group you want to create this definition
  • Word: What word do you want a definition for?
  • Description: What definition do you want to show when students hover over the word you selected above?
  • Keyword(s): You can add keywords to help you organize your glossary.
  • Alias(es): You can add multiple words for which the same description will show.

When you're done, click on the Save button to save your description.

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