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Create plan for use of IPFS Camp content in ProtoSchool #261
Adding a bit more detail to this one. :)
We plan to evaluate the content from IPFS Camp and see what would fit nicely into ProtoSchool in a variety of ways:
If you have ideas on specific ways we could adapt IPFS Camp content into ProtoSchool, please share them in this issue!
Great idea! I didn't get the chance to attend the IPFS Camp but going through the camp-content-first-batch release - there's a gold mine of content that i think would make great Protoschool tutorials.
At Protoschool Nairobi, we're taking ipfs enthusiasts through the tutorials as a weekly study guide and some of the content we can add to the course include:
Let me what you think and how I can hekp to get started with these if you agree.
@realChainLife Thank you so much for your offer to help with new content, and apologies for the delay in getting back to you! I'm still working my way through the camp content, but both of these topics you're proposing sound interesting and I'd love to hear more about what you have in mind!
I've been working on some clearer documentation for the process of building effective tutorials, not just how to build the tutorial in our repo (already documented here) but how to create great learning experiences and what features are supported by our platform. The easiest way to see my new additions (still very much a work in progress) is to check out the diff here. To get started, I'd recommend that you read through both sets of instructions linked above, check out the existing new tutorial proposals to see if there's any overlap, then open issues for each new tutorial proposal that doesn't already have an issue to add to. (Based on a quick glance through existing issues, I expect you'd be adding two new issues, one of each of your bulleted suggestions.)
If you spotted specific content from IPFS Camp (repo) that's relevant and could help inform either of these tutorials, you should definitely include links in your issue, along with links to any other helpful documentation that could be drawn on for the content. You'll see in the reference materials about building tutorials that there are a few different types of lessons available: code challenges (with or without file upload), text-only lessons, and multiple-choice lessons (new feature). I'd love to hear more in your issues about which formats you think would be most relevant for this content. We can use each issue as a place to solicit input from peers before you get started building and ensure there's a solid content outline that fits cohesively into the ProtoSchool curriculum and supports a beginner-friendly learning experience with appropriate scaffolding.
I'm really excited to learn more about the content you have in mind!
Potential uses in ProtoSchool: