How to Add a Resource to the Psychology Community

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How to Add a Resource

There are several ways you can contribute resources and other content to the Psychology Community. The quickest way to contribute is to click the "Actions" menu in the Psychology Community and then select the type of content you'd like to contribute.

 

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Otherwise you also can follow the instructions and links below.

 

 

Upload file

Use this option to upload an existing file from your computer. You can upload presentation slides, Word documents, spreadsheets and more.

 

Upload existing resource  ▶

 

Create new

Use this option to create a new resource from scratch directly within the Psychology Community. Selecting this option will open an editor where you can type, format, add images, add video, and more.

 

Create new resource  ▶

 

Start a discussion

Use this option to post a new discussion topic to your colleagues in the Psychology Community. Selecting this option will open an editor where you can type, format, add images, and more to aid your discussion.

Start a discussion  ▶

 

 

Best Practices

Here are some quick tips to help make your resource easily searchable in the Psychology Community:

 

Add tags

You can tag your resource with relevant keywords to help your colleagues search and find your content by related topics or by type of content. Here are some examples of tags: classroom activities, critical thinking, applied social psychology, introductory psychology, long term memory, and teaching psychology.

 

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Select a category

When you add your resource, check off the relevant categories. The categories represent major topics in introductory psychology and will help organize your resource with other related content. You can select more than one category, if more than one applies.

 

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