Definitions of Terms

Definitions

 

The Editor : The Editor is the design tool that is built into TeacherSherpa. It's where members can create/edit materials. It can be accessed via this link.

Inspiration Wall : The Inspiration wall is the searchable feed for all the materials that have been made "Public" by the members of TeacherSherpa. It can be accessed via this link.

Profile Page : Is the page where members can manage their materials and folders. It can be customized by members by adding a profile picture, banner, description and social icons.

Template Details Page : Every template/material has a Template Details page and is where the author (the members) can add a description, categories, and CCSS for each template. It also provides a full preview of the template.

Public Templates : Any materials that are posted on the TeacherSherpa Inspiration Wall. These templates were made public by the author of that template by clicking "Make Public" on the respective Template Details Page. When materials are made public, the original author is, by definition, giving other members permission to duplicate, edit and use for personal and educational needs.

Private Templates : Any materials that are not 'Public', are by definition Private. Materials can be shared only if the author chooses to share respective Template Details Page URL.

Duplicate an existing Template : A user Duplicates an existing template by clicking the edit icon of an existing template. A copy of the original template is made and saved to the MyWork folder. 

TS Graphic Elements : Any clipart, fonts, backgrounds, lines, shapes, images that are accessible via TeacherSherpa's Editor, are released under Creative Commons CC0 into the public domain. This is everything you can select from the Editor with the exception of the files you upload via the MyStuff link. 

Pixabay Library : On Pixabay you may find and share images free of copyrights. All pictures are released under Creative Commons CC0 into the public domain. Learn more about Pixabay here.

 

 

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