|Presenter:||Karen Huffman, Senior Applications and Database Administrator, National Geographic Society|
|Dates:||12 November, 19 November, 8 December, 15 December|
|Time:||2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m ET|
|Price:||No Charge for SLA Members|
SLA hosts wikis for chapters, divisions, and caucuses and for special association projects. The SLA wikis are available to SLA members and leaders for organizing information, collaborating on projects, and presenting information.
SLA and Click U are offering a series of four fast-paced online sessions to help you learn about and use SLA's wikis. The sessions, which will build upon each other, will include homework assignments, demonstrations, and opportunities to practice developing and extending wiki content. Presentation materials will be made available after each Webinar.
This training is offered in four parts:
|1.||Introduction to Wikis (Wikis 101)|
|2.||Participating in Virtual Communities (Wikis 102)|
|3.||Developing your Site for Success (Wikis 201)|
|4.||Playing in the Sandbox (Wikis 202)|
Note: Sessions have been recorded for SLA members. Please click here to replay any of the sessions.
Information professionals who want to use collaborative tools to host resources and services for their user and professional membership groups.
Click here for more details and to register for the Click U series.