EEIC Courses Website - Spring 2014 Home Page. EEIC Courses Website. EEIC Courses Website. Domain name: eeiccourses.engineering.osu.edu Design goals : Purpose: Primary repository for all public course material in the current semester. Easy to create Easy to use Easy to maintain Scalable.
Domain name: eeiccourses.engineering.osu.edu
Purpose: Primary repository for all public course material in the current semester.
eeiccourses.engineering.osu.edu / path1 / path2 / path3
to course material
eeiccourses.engineering.osu.edu / course / object / instance
eeiccourses.engineering.osu.edu / 1181/ lab/ 02
Rules: no spaces, all lower case, no underscore, limited use of –
All files on the website will conform to the filename rule:
15-character Revision Date
Rules: Upper and lower case letters, Numbers, Underscore and Short Dash; no spaces or other characters are allowed.
When placed on the eeiccourses website, upload two copies of the file, one with the Rev Date and one without a Rev Date. Links shall be made only to files without a Rev Date.
Prep files: Topic_Name_Prep_Reading_Rev_2014-03-15.ext
In-Class files: Topic_Name_In-Class_Activity_Rev_2014-03-15-ext
Lecture files: Topic_Name_Lecture_Rev_2014-03-15.ext
Lab files: Topic_Name_Lab_Procedure_Rev_2014-03-15.ext
Make PDFs of all course files (if it makes sense)
Upload both versions of the file
Provide a link to the PDF and a link to the original file
4. If any other files are used to create course material, upload them too, but do not link them on the website.
The File Manager Tool and the eeiccourses Folder Structure on the website has the following general appearance:
The Spring 2014 folder for 1182 looks like this:
The / 1182 / Class / folder looks like this:
The / 1182 / Class / Class04 / folder looks like this:
A complete backup of the eeiccourses website is made daily by Engineering Web Services.
EEIC can request that a complete eeiccourses backup be made and delivered to us at any time – the file is a ~2GB Windows file in a typical Windows folder system.
We should request and preserve a complete backup of eeiccourses no less than twice per semester – once near the start and again after the end of finals.
These backups should be stored in an appropriate folder on the Projects Drive.
Requests for changes to either the website or the course material on the website will be made through the change request webpage located at: