Format Page

From C3LearningLabs

When you have created a new page you should make some basic page formatting markups so that the page follows the site design.

Page Setup

Head Menu

Add one of the following head menu at the top of your page:

{{MenuHeadC3LearningLabs}}
{{MenuHeadC3Fire}}
{{MenuHeadC3Rescue}}
{{MenuHeadC3Conflict}}

Page Title

The default page title is the same as the name of the page in the url for the page. To change the displayed title you can use the DISPLAYTITLE template. This is done by adding the following markup in the page text. {{DISPLAYTITLE:Format Page}}

Example : The default name of this page is 'Wiki/Format_Page' but the page contain the markup {{DISPLAYTITLE:Format Page}} so the title become 'Format Page'

Table of content

To activate the 'Table of content' and have it located at the right side of the page you should use the TOCright template. This is done by adding the following code at the top of the page text.

{{TOCright}}

If you do not want to display the 'Table of content' at to of the page you should use the __NOTOC__ markup. This is done by adding the following code at the top of the page text.

__NOTOC__

Example

A normal page starts with the following markups:

C3LearningLabs - No table of content

{{MenuHeadC3LearningLabs}} {{DISPLAYTITLE:C<sup>3</sup> Learning Labs}}
__NOTOC__


C3Fire - Table of content on right side

{{MenuHeadC3Fire}} {{DISPLAYTITLE:C3Fire Configuration}}
{{TOCright}}


C3Rescue - Table of content on right side

{{MenuHeadC3Rescue}} {{DISPLAYTITLE:C3Rescue Configuration}}
{{TOCright}}


C3Conflict - Table of content on right side - Page under construction

{{MenuHeadC3Conflict}} {{DISPLAYTITLE:C3Conflict Configuration}}
{{TOCright}} 
[[File:c3ll-head-under-construction-small.png]]

Columns

Multiple columns

Multiple columns can be created with the templates Multicol, Multicol-break, Multicol-end.

{{Multicol}}, {{Multicol-break}} and {{Multicol-end}}


Example :

{{Multicol}} AAA {{Multicol-break}} BBB {{Multicol-break}} CCC {{Multicol-end}}


The above code produces the following result on the page:

AAA

BBB

CCC


Parameters

Multiple columns has two optional parameters: the overall width of the set of columns and the width of the gutter. The overall width of the set of columns can be an absolute value (e.g. 40em) or a percentage of the available page width (e.g. 50%). It defaults to 100%. The second parameter is the gutter used between columns (which, as mentioned above, defaults to 20px). {{Multicol-break}} also takes an optional parameter for the gutter to its right, defaulting to 20px.

Example:

{{Multicol|70%|20px}} ... {{Multicol-break|20px}} ... {{Multicol-break|20px}} ... {{Multicol-end}}


The above code produces the following result on the page:


C3Fire is a simulation environment that allows collaboration training and controlled studies of co-operation and coordination in dynamic environments. In C3Fire we have selected some important characteristics of the real world and created a small and well-controlled simulation system that retains these characteristics. The system generates a task environment that have complex, dynamic and opaque characteristics, similar to the cognitive tasks that people normally encounter in real-life systems. The task domain, which is forest fire fighting, is of subsidiary interest and has been chosen because it creates a good dynamic task environment for the subjects.

All important events, communications, activities, etc. are recorded. The stored information is detailed enough for training analysis and play-back of the whole session. By using the replay function, the training manager and the students can perform a play-back of the whole session in an ‘after-action review’. That provides a good opportunity for the students to discuss their view of the situations and compare their situation awareness with the simulated reality.

It can be used to bridge the gap between the more ecologically valid field studies and strictly laboratory research. To make the environment generate a good reflection of a team collaboration tasks, the basic requirements that are met by the C3Fire environment are that the generated environment can be characterised by a dynamic context with distributed decision-making on different time scales.


Example:

{{Multicol|60em|20px}} ... {{Multicol-break|20px}} ... {{Multicol-break|20px}} ... {{Multicol-end}}


The above code produces the following result on the page:


C3Fire is a simulation environment that allows collaboration training and controlled studies of co-operation and coordination in dynamic environments. In C3Fire we have selected some important characteristics of the real world and created a small and well-controlled simulation system that retains these characteristics. The system generates a task environment that have complex, dynamic and opaque characteristics, similar to the cognitive tasks that people normally encounter in real-life systems. The task domain, which is forest fire fighting, is of subsidiary interest and has been chosen because it creates a good dynamic task environment for the subjects.

All important events, communications, activities, etc. are recorded. The stored information is detailed enough for training analysis and play-back of the whole session. By using the replay function, the training manager and the students can perform a play-back of the whole session in an ‘after-action review’. That provides a good opportunity for the students to discuss their view of the situations and compare their situation awareness with the simulated reality.

It can be used to bridge the gap between the more ecologically valid field studies and strictly laboratory research. To make the environment generate a good reflection of a team collaboration tasks, the basic requirements that are met by the C3Fire environment are that the generated environment can be characterised by a dynamic context with distributed decision-making on different time scales.


col-begin, col-break, col-end

Multiple columns can also be created with the templates col-begin, col-break, col-end.

{{col-begin}}, {{col-break}} and {{col-end}}


Example :

{{col-begin}} {{col-break}} AAA {{col-break}} BBB {{col-break}} CCC {{col-end}}


The above code produces the following result on the page: