How do I post a discussion question or participate in an ongoing discussion?

How do I post a discussion question or participate in an ongoing discussion?

To begin a conversation with other group members, make sure you are first logged into Learning Lab and are a member of the group where you wish to post or join a discussion.

Once in the group, choose the Discussion tab from the navigation bar and click the “Start New Discussion” button. On this page, enter a title for your post and add your comment in the body section. If you want to, you can use the horizontal toolbar to apply some basic formatting options. You can also upload PDF files to your discussion post directly underneath this box. Finally, designate the "Discussion Type" from the drop-down menu and then click “Save” to post your discussion comment. You’ll be taken to a page with your comment posted at the top and space for replies underneath. Whenever a new discussion is started or someone responds to an existing discussion, all group members will receive an email (depending on their digest subscription preferences).

New group discussions must be initiated from within working group site pages on Learning Lab. However, you can choose to respond to an existing discussion thread either through the website or via email by replying to the email notification you receive from the site. If you submit a response by email, please be patient. It may take a while for your post to appear on the site.

If you respond from within the group on the website, you have the option to reply to an individual comment or to the entire discussion thread. To reply to the entire thread, click on the title of the discussion from the Discussion tab main page. Then, enter your comment in the Group Comments text box. 

To reply to an individual comment, scroll down on the same page to where individual responses are listed. Underneath the individual comment you want to reply to, click “Reply.” When you reply to an individual, your comment will be indented under the specific comment you are responding to.

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