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Resource Cards

The QUBES Resource System is a way to publicly share and interact with resources. Once shared, Group managers can display resource cards, a condensed and browsable view of resource records, within Group pages.

More information on posting Resources | More information on page editing

If your project has generated materials on QUBES, you may want to display them within your project's group space. To display condensed versions of resource records, you can use the publication macro. Please note, to edit pages and implement the macro, you must be a manager in your group.

First, navigate to the group where you would like resource cards to display. Click on the "Group Manager" button. This button is in different locations in Hub groups and Supergroups, as displayed below.

hub group with a group manager button and red arrow pointing to it 

super group with red arrow pointing to group manager button in upper right corner

Click "Manage Group Pages" in Hub groups and "Pages" in Supergroups to be taken to the page management area. This will look the same in both Hub groups and Supergroups. Then click the title of the page you would like to display resource cards in. Please note, if you create a new page to display only resource cards, the page id cannot be "resources." Using "resources" will send users to a different area of your group, likely resulting in an error. You can use "resource" instead. 

In the page editor, a macro is used to display cards. Macros are useful commands that fall in between html code and direct entry into the page editor. You can either click the "Add Macro" button to view the code for macros, or you can enter the code directly.

Displaying resource cards:

The most basic way to display a card is by id. The resource id is at the end of the url, for example in this url: https://qubeshub.org/qubesresources/publications/145/1 the resource id is 145. The last number in a url specifies the version.

Display resources by id:  

[[Publications(id=145;247;249)]]

2014 QUBES Minisymposium at the Seventh International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research

Drew LaMar, Carrie Diaz Eaton, Jeremy M Wojdak, DorothyBelle Poli, Bob Sheehy, Sam S Donovan, Kristin Jenkins, Tom Gower

Version: 1.0

Collection of presentations that were part of a minisymposium at the Seventh International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research in 2014.
QUBES, BEER, minisymposium, Presentation, Conference material
998
122
0
0
01.2018

2015 Quantitative Biology Education Summit

Kristin Jenkins, Sam S Donovan, Tanya Dewey, Tom Gower, Drew LaMar

Version: 1.0

Abstract for a meeting, 2015 Quantitative Biology Education Summit.
meeting, QUBES, RCN, quantitative biology, Abstract
884
114
0
0
01.2018

QUBES: Building a community to promote undergraduate quantitative biology education

Sam S Donovan, Carrie Diaz Eaton, Kristin Jenkins, Drew LaMar, Jeremy M Wojdak, Gabriela Hamerlinck, Arietta Fleming-Davies, Hayley Orndorf

Version: 1.0

QUBES is designed to improve communication among educators, assist faculty in understanding and implementing novel content and teaching strategies in their classrooms, and create an academic reward system that emphasizes teaching as well as research.
QUBES
807
209
0
0
08.2017

Resources can also be displayed by project or by group. To specify by group or project, use the id found in the url of the project or group. You can also specify sponsor ribbons, which style of card you would like, focus area tags, and the order in which cards appear. See code and examples below:

Limit the number of resources displayed:

[[Publications(project=myproject, limit=5)]]

Display resources using list view

[[Publications(id=518, view=list)]]

List view:

Faculty professional development in quantitative biology promotes scholarly teaching

Gabriela Hamerlinck, Kevin Kidder, Sondra Marie LoRe, Pam Bishop, Kristin Jenkins, Sam S Donovan

Version: 1.0

Poster presented at NABT 2017 in St. Louis, Missouri
Published on 05.2018
1.1K Views
134 Downloads
0 Adaptations
professional development, NABT, Resources @ QUBES - Teaching & Reference, Poster, Abstract, Conference material

Display resources in the legacy style:

[[Publications(id=518, style=legacy)]]

Legacy style:

Add a sponsor logo:

[[Publications(id=518, sponsor=teamqubes)]]

Displays a sponsor logo with each resource, linking to Group "mygroup" (multiple sponsors are allowed if separated by a semicolon). 

Faculty professional development in quantitative biology promotes scholarly teaching

Gabriela Hamerlinck, Kevin Kidder, Sondra Marie LoRe, Pam Bishop, Kristin Jenkins, Sam S Donovan

Version: 1.0

Poster presented at NABT 2017 in St. Louis, Missouri
professional development, NABT, Resources @ QUBES - Teaching & Reference, Poster, Abstract, Conference material
1.1K
134
0
0
05.2018

Pull from varied sources:

[[Publications(group=mygroup1;mygroup2, project=myproject, id=2;6;8)]]

Display by tag:

[[Publications(pubtype=qubesresource, tag=ecology;genetics)]]
This lesson introduces two global change factors, natural habitat loss and exotic plant invasion, and analyzes how these stressors impact the biodiversity and abundance of pollinator species. Pearson's correlation coefficient and general linear models are introduced to analyze these relationships, and the creation of graphics are used to visualize these relationships.
statistics, invasion biology, ecology, RStudio, Biodiversity, Invasive Species, Pearson correlation coefficient, general linear models, invasive plants, pollinators, Population abundance, Online course, Lecture, Undergraduate, Dataset, Homework, Instructional Setting, Audience Level, Cleaned, Advanced, Activity Length, 1 Hour, Accessibility, Open Access, Open Data, Open Science
26
8
0
0
05.2022
Today we are highlighting our talk with Ph.D. student Noelle Patterson discussing watersheds, the history of the Truckee River Basin, and the health of Cottonwoods in the region.
ecology, teaching, hydrology, High School, Undergraduate, Audience Level, Open Educational Resources (OER)
46
1
0
0
05.2022
This publication explores the behavioral influence of pharmaceutical pollution on a species of estuarine crab. Fluoxetine is a commonly prescribed, fairly effective anti-depressant and anti-anxiety medication. Its effects are well-documented in humans, but little research has been conducted to determine how concentrations of fluoxetine within aquatic habitats alter the survivorship and behavioral patterns of the species living there. The researchers that put forth the data at the source of this project expose the Oregon shore crab to varying levels of fluoxetine and record their behaviors. The research itself consists of two different portions: intraspecific interactions and interspecific interactions. As a result of this experiment, the crabs exposed to 30 ng/L of fluoxetine were found to be less risk-averse, leading them to get into more fights amongst their own species and become more likely to be killed by predators.
ecology, aquatic ecosystems, water quality, pharmaceutical sciences, Introductory, High School, Undergraduate, Audience Level, Majors, Non-majors
53
24
0
0
05.2022

Sorting

Display publications in mygroup from oldest to newest (rather than default newest to oldest):

[[Publications(group=mygroup, sortby=date, sortdir=asc)]]

Override the default sort by publish date and display publications in order given by id:

[[Publications(id=2;1;3, sortby=id, sortdir=none)]]

 

DataNuggets Resources

Drew LaMar

Version: 1.0

DataNuggets Resources
DataNuggets
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154
0
0
02.2016

 

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