Callysto learning modules are Jupyter notebooks stored on GitHub, which is an online code-sharing site. A Jupyter notebook is a type of document that can include formatted text, live code, and visualizations.
You can share a notebook with your students, or colleagues, using a specially-formatted link that creates a copy for each person that clicks it.
Sharing Callysto notebook links with students or colleagues
- Go to the Callysto “Learning Modules” page.
- Select a module you’re interested in, you can sort by grade or subject, or pick one of the “featured” modules.
- Right-click the link to copy it, then share with your students.
- They (and you) sign in to the Callysto Hub with a Google or Microsoft account (we don’t collect any data about users).
- Students click the link you sent in order to get their own copy of the notebook.
Sharing Jupyter notebooks you create or find
To do this, we created a “bookmarklet”. That’s a piece of code you can drag and drop into your “bookmarks” bar on your browser.
Set up the bookmarklet:
To use the bookmarklet:
- Find a notebook on a GitHub page, for example this notebook using Gapminder data to explore child mortality and birth rate.
- While that GitHub notebook is on your screen, click on the CallystoGitPuller bookmarklet in your bookmark bar or menu.
- Copy the link that pops up. This is the specially-formatted link that creates a copy of that notebook in a Callysto Hub account.
- Share the link with students or colleagues, or perhaps shorten it first.
If you need help, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.