Contributing to PDC Unplugged

Everyone is welcome to contribute to PDC Unplugged! Please consider contributing if:

All submissions to PDC Unplugged are reviewed by the repository administrators. Once approved, the changes will appear almost immediately on the site.


Activity Structure

Activities in the PDC Unplugged repository are created using MarkDown, a markup language that is simpler than HTML and in many ways resembles plaintext.

All activities are located under the content/activities/ folder in the GitHub repository. To contribute to the repository, either modify the existing markdown file with your recommended changes or add a new markdown file to the folder.

If you are using Hugo to locally build the repository, you can generate a new activity by using the command hugo new activities/yourActivity.md where yourActivity.md is the name of your new activity.

For those educators unfamiliar or uncomfortable with using Github, you can also create an activity by copying the following template to a textfile (for example yourActivity.md):

---
title: 
date: 
tags:
---

## Original Author/link


---

## CS2013 Knowledge Unit Coverage


---

## TCPP Topics Coverage


---

## Recommended Courses


---

## Accessibility


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## Assessment 


---

## Citations


Filling in the details

Here are detailed instructions on how to fill in each individual section:


Contributing Changes

All educators are free to contribute to the repository. There are two ways to contribute:

This ensures that your contribution is acknowledged through GitHub. Note that all pull requests are reviewed.


Funding

This work is sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF) Collaborative Research Grant DUE-1855761. Collaborative Research: CSinParallel: Experiential Learning of Parallel and Distributed Computing through Sight, Sound, and Touch.