This card has been created to help you create cards!
Each section in this card contains tips to use for your own cards. The first few items will be covered in this box; keep scrolling to reveal more throughout the card.
Before you begin: Open & bookmark the Card Rubric. Use this guide alongside Cards 101 to help craft your card for your audience. Then, after you've published your card, opt in to the peer review currently in beta!
Now: Create a new card or click Edit on an existing card, and...
Your title is your first opportunity to draw people into your card.
Select up to two categories to help others understand at a glance what your card can be used for.
1. Campus & Outreach – Cards in this category typically contain resources to communicate about EM to faculty on campus, such as book studies and faculty guides. They can also include cards related to implementation strategies that a campus has used. These can have an external focus and communicate EM to the community, K12, or even industry audiences.
2. Classroom & Courses – Cards in this category share resources, activities, and examples of EM within the classroom context. These can include teaching resources, individual activities, entire courses, or approaches to bringing EM to students within a classroom setting.
3. Co-Curricular & Extra Curricular – Cards in this category can be shorter activities that could work in a club setting, but might also include write-ups of student organizations that focus on EM or hackathon/design sprints, or even EM speaker series.
4. Engineering Unleashed Resources – Cards in this category are general resources for the community. Examples include branding guides, card templates, or how-to guides for Engineering Unleashed. This broad category is meant for resources and tools that connect to the community and mission.
5. Professional Learning – Cards in this category are focused on sharing faculty development approaches, professional development resources, or other items connected to faculty professional growth and development. Do you have tips, tricks, techniques, or examples of how faculty can grow professionally with EM?
6. Workshops & Events – Cards in this category are connected to events like the KEEN National Conference as well as techniques for how to showcase EM with a workshop or at an event.
Think of how Google Search tells you at a glance which among the 1000s of results you want to click on first. You have 160 characters to play with; what would make you click into your card?
(The box you're in right now.)
Before we get started, review these logistics:
NEW! Copy the 30-Second Overview template below and paste in at the top of your Description field to provide an at-a-glance look for faculty (here's an example):
After filling out the 30-Second Overview, continue in the Description box with more notes about your content and intent.
Tip: Thinking of what inspires you will help you think of your audience.
Answering these questions for yourself will help you design your card for others.
Featured image size: 360 x 200 px.
Your card’s image is another great way to capture interest and deliver visual cues as to its content.
Add as many authors and editors as you wish to help collaborate! Authors and editors have the same powers, except: Only authors will appear on the published card view. Editors remain behind the scenes.
At any time throughout building your card, click Save and then click Preview to see what it looks like so far!
This is an opportunity to share the best ways to implement your project, course, lab, and so forth, along with noting the resources you'll upload in the folders below. You can also invite members to ask questions in the Discussion section at the bottom of the card.
In the Card Edit view, below this box are where you'll make your Entrepreneurial Mindset selections, which appear at the top right of the card under Mindset Matters.
When you check a Mindset box, an optional field opens up. This is a great way for you to provide details specific to your experiences as related to your card. It also helps faculty learn, understand, and adapt the card for their students.
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