Adding resources improves the value of your course. Resources must be free, related to your lecture topic, and in no way promotional.
Types of Resources
These resources can be any filetype like .JPG, .PDF, .ZIP, .XLS, .MOV, .MP3, etc. Unfortunately, source code like .HTML, .JS, etc., cannot be uploaded directly, but these files can be uploaded in a .ZIP file. The maximum upload size for any individual file is 1 GB, but there is not a limit to the number of files you can upload. Files can be uploaded to your course directly, or added from your library using the Bulk File Uploader.
Theses resources are hyperlinks to free websites.
For development courses, only Python and Ruby files can be uploaded at this time.
Adding Resources to a Lecture
In order to add a resource to a lecture, you will need to create the lecture first, and add content to it. For information on how to do this, please click here. Once you're ready to add resources, then follow these steps:
1) Navigate to the course curriculum page
2) Click the dropdown arrow on the right hand side of the lecture
3) Click Add Resources
4) Select whether the resource is a Downloadable File, a Source Code or if it's being added from your library. Then, click Select File. If you're adding an External Resource, then enter the resource's title and URL.
If you want to upload multiple resources, upload a .ZIP file for your students to download.