How do I post an experiment?
Step 1. Register
In order to post an experiment, you must be a registered experimenter with an authorized login and password. To register and obtain a working login and password, please contact Prof. John Kingston.
Step 2. Navigate to the Post Experiment page
From the homepage, click on the POST AN EXPERIMENT link. This will take you to the Post Experiment page. You will be prompted for your login and password before you can use this page. Once you enter the correct login and password, your browser will have unlimited access to the secure page so it is very important that you close the browser when you are done.
Step 3. Enter experiment details
Before you enter any information, make sure the system has your correct login, name, and email. This is very important. Any posting you create from this point on (until you close your browser) will be linked to the login you see. Make sure it is your login before you continue.
If it is your login and your contact info is correct, proceed. Fill in the details of your experiment. All the fields must be filled before you can post the experiment. If a field does not apply, i.e., special requirements, just enter n/a. When you are finished, click the SUBMIT button to post your experiment details.
If it is not your login or the contact info is incorrect, close the browser and try again. If the problem persists, contact Prof. John Kingston or the webmaster.
Step 4. Confirmation page
Look over the confirmation page and make sure the details are correct. If they are not, please contact Prof. John Kingston or the webmaster. Only system administrators can change/edit a post.
It is highly recommended that you send yourself a confirmation email by pressing the button at the bottom of the confirmation page.
Step 5. Close browser
Remember, the browser is now keyed to your login. Do not forget to close the browser when you are done to prevent unauthorized access.
Step 6. Alert instructor about student participation
Remember to tell
each instructor in a timely way about which of their students have
participated in your experiment.