You awake in a post-apocalyptic world. It is your duty to rebuild the college library and society. There are several enclaves already thriving, each based on a different ethical theory. These represent the Chapters, in your journey to recover the lost Books of Wisdom for your Library. At each enclave, you will learn from its people, master their knowledge, be tested, and eventually win the lost book for the formation of your own society.
Chapters has four goals:
Knowledge is power. As you gain knowledge from engagement with Chapters, you will acquire F.L.O. (Food, Labor, and Organization) to help you in your quest.
Chapters is not designed to work on mobile phone devices. Such use may cause unexpected results.
DO NOT USE YOUR MOBILE PHONE WITH CHAPTERS
Turn off your browsers popup blocker when using Chapters.
One result from failing to turn off the popup blocker is getting a message you have a test already open. If you see this message, do the following - log out, then log back into Chapters. Chapters should fix this message.
From time to time, you may get some helpful mentoring from Diogenes. At first, you may be annoyed by his interruptions, but Diogenes has been analyzing your Chapters activity and has something to share with you. When he gives you advice, it is based on his analysis of your performance in Chapters. He may even come back and ask if you followed his advice!
Diogenes is located on your “My Library” page in the form of a picture. He has a green or red ring around him. If the ring is green, he has no advice for you and if it is blinking red, he has something to share, maybe several things to share. Next to his picture is a note showing how many things he wants to share with you. You should respond to all of them, by answering his questions and not ignoring him. It’s helpful if you complete each of your mentoring sessions with Diogenes as they may build-up in a queue waiting for you to respond. They will not disappear as he is persistent in giving your advice.
Heeding Diogenes advice can help you grow as a student and person. Hopefully, his advice helps you improve your performance in Chapters and your course.