A new tool for instructor-trainers to make preparation for a new workshop easier. Building Tools for Instructor Training Workshops Wherein we talk about building tools to help instruct instructors learning how to instruct. Got that? Me neither. As a fairly newly minted instructor-trainer, one of my internal gripes about preparation was the need to create the Etherpad training template which serves as a shared note-taking space and workbook for the class.

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Many LibreOffice Teams use Etherpad as a collaborative editor for ideas, minutes of meetings , etc If you copy text out of Etherpad, you might have noticed that blank lines are sometimes removed. This creates a problem if you're trying to edit an existing document in Etherpad or if you're using Etherpad to edit the contents of a wiki page and then paste the edits back into the wiki.

This button has a right arrow on top of a left arrow. I just export my document as "plain text," and the blank lines and all other content is faithfully preserved. Trying to run a meeting and Etherpad is down?

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Etherpad is a real-time collaborative editor scalable to thousands of simultaneous real time users. It provides full data export capabilities, and runs on your server, under your control. You'll need git and node. To update to the latest released version, execute git pull origin. This package runs on any Windows machine, but for development purposes, please do a manual install. Run start. You like it?


A real-time collaborative editor for the web

Etherpad previously known as EtherPad [1] [2] is an open-source , web-based collaborative real-time editor , allowing authors to simultaneously edit a text document, and see all of the participants' edits in real-time, with the ability to display each author's text in their own color. There is also a chat box in the sidebar to allow meta communication. First launched in November , the software was acquired by Google in December and released as open source later that month. Further development is coordinated by the Etherpad Foundation. Anyone can create a new collaborative document, known as a "pad". Password-protected pads are also possible. Each participant is identified by a color and a name.

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Export to Etherpad: a New Extra in the Instructor-Training Repository

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. Do you have direct access to the etherpad DB? So probably, you'll need a custom export script. John who runs PrimaryPad might have something to sell, or if you have your own coders you could create a custom pad template with your wanted formatting, and add or dig out a feature to fill in that template with also the chat history.

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