- 1 The LifeGuide Wiki
- 1.1 What is LifeGuide?
- 1.2 LifeGuide Video Tutorials
- 1.3 Getting Started with LifeGuide
- 1.4 Designing your LifeGuide Intervention
- 1.5 Building your LifeGuide Intervention
- 1.6 Logic Dictionary
- 1.7 Testing your LifeGuide Intervention
- 1.8 Deploying your Intervention
- 1.9 Troubleshooting LifeGuide
- 1.10 LifeGuide Updates
- 1.11 Useful Resources
- 1.12 Contact Us
The LifeGuide Wiki
Lifeguide is a set of open source software tools that make it easier for people with no IT training to design sophisticated websites for research. It has been designed and is maintained by the Psychology and Computer Science departments at the University of Southampton.
This Wiki provides information on how to design, build, test, deploy and access data using Lifeguide.
Is LifeGuide the right tool for you? This section gives you a brief introduction to LifeGuide.
This section has a series of simple video tutorials that guide you through making an intervention from start to finish.
This will tell you how to download and install the LifeGuide authoring tool and access the Lifeguide community website.
This will give you some pointers on how to design your intervention (including some common pitfalls to avoid!).
This guide will tell you all you need to know about building interventions using the LifeGuide authoring tool.
The logic dictionary provides a quick-reference guide to the full range of functions available within the LifeGuide authoring tool – what they are and how to use them. For more detailed explanation and examples please refer to our ‘How To...’ guide.
This section will help you to thoroughly test your intervention
This section will tell you all you need to know about deploying your intervention on the LifeGuide Community Website.
This section guides you through how to solve errors occurring in your LifeGuide intervention.
Important updates to the LifeGuide software and supporting applications will be announced here
A list of other useful sources of information that may help you to design an engaging and effective intervention
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