Field Guides to FoodMain MenuHow to Use the Field Guides to FoodIntroduction page to a series of subpaths offering guidance on how to understand, interact with, and edit this projectUrban Farming Learning ModuleThis page is a starting point for the Urban Farming Learning ModuleReal Food Challenge Module main"How to Make Food Good" ModuleBased on the "How to Make Food Good" diagram found at http://sefpi.umn.edu/archive/2013/good-food.htmlFood Access: Linking Geography, Poverty, and Hunger in the U.S.What can maps tell us about food access and how might they be useful in improving access in underserved communities?Food Justice: The People between Farm-to-Fork.Raising consumer awareness of those who fall in between producer to consumer supply chain.FoodWords GlossaryFoodShedTechnical Instructions on How to Add or Edit Modules/Pathways, Media, Pages, etc.first page of the how to guide pathway of technical instructions on how to use the Scalar book to create pages, upload media and other resources, and pathways or learning modulesValentine Cadieux0826c60623ca5f5c8c1eb72fc2e97084d0c44cf8Food and Society Workshop858d917251f70e351f221aae84ede43a03e0a14bMartha Megarryf079fe7100cca3dac3800f14990dc9a4754b4af2Phoebe Ward68ede1c789dade97c09bac9e1970f2b08db7efa1Tahsha LePageea85f1febcb0c09eba63eab8dfe9077d6859f6faMonica Saralampi0bd9e2ff81f115ff7be276630d7287f8dd0c3b39Matt Gunther8c52184c62fa37324a248a7baf271c6eb851d296
How to Guide: Definitions - The structure of this book
1media/Berry-Clafouti-sm-sq.jpg2015-11-24T02:50:32-08:00Monica Saralampi0bd9e2ff81f115ff7be276630d7287f8dd0c3b3961306This page provides basic information about the structure of this book and defines key terms.plain2016-02-28T18:47:04-08:00Valentine Cadieux0826c60623ca5f5c8c1eb72fc2e97084d0c44cf8
This page provides basic information about the structure of this book and defines key terms.
The Field Guide to Food Systems is a collection of resources, information and thoughts curated by users like you into learning modules or paths.
Page: A new blank page can be created by users to share thoughts, ideas and information about the resource, pathway, or learning module.
Media Page: Media are videos, images, websites, research papers, events, people, etc that are uploaded into the Scalar book. When they are uploaded into Scalar, they will not be saved locally but will allow users to see the actual resource in its original location so users can go directly to the source page if they are compelled to do so.
Resource: Documents, media, webpages, videos, etc. that are added to the Scalar Field Guide to Food book as a media page.
Path: Resources connected by users in a specific order. Users can use existing parts of this collection or add new resources.
Learning Module: A small set of pages (3-5 typically) connected as a pathway that contain information, media, and connections between them that tell a story about what makes food good. Learning modules are created by contributors and editors.
What can you do with a learning module? Learn from it or use it as a teaching tool Use it to start or add to a conversation Make connections that are interesting to you
Details (sometimes called a "Knowledge Source Assessment"/KSA): Details about what's being shared are entered as metadata in an online form that users embed on the media pages. This form allows people to add what they know and think to the conversation about the specific resource. This form is filled out by the user who has uploaded the media and by those who visit the page. The resulting catalog of details is embedded on pages in a path so readers can easily respond to the contributor’s interpretation of a resource.
Comments: Readers and Users can add comments to pages and pathways with responses, new ideas, and other additions to the conversation.
Annotation: Participants can annotate (describe, comment on, explain...) a media source or another page. “Scalar annotations are quite flexible, due to the fact that each annotation you create is also its own page, and like any Scalar page, can be tagged, added to paths, or even become a path or tag itself. Annotations can refer to multiple media files simultaneously, no matter what types they may be.” For a path on annotations visit this path: http://scalar.usc.edu/works/guide/annotating-media
Tag: Tags are pre-established categories, themes, or keywords that users add to media pages. This can help search for other pages with similar themes. One or more tags should be added to all media that is uploaded to the book/Field Guide. Instructions on how to do this can be found later in this path.
This page has paths:
12015-09-18T20:35:49-07:00Monica Saralampi0bd9e2ff81f115ff7be276630d7287f8dd0c3b39How to Use the Field Guides to FoodValentine Cadieux7Introduction page to a series of subpaths offering guidance on how to understand, interact with, and edit this projectplain2016-02-28T18:48:23-08:00Valentine Cadieux0826c60623ca5f5c8c1eb72fc2e97084d0c44cf8