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Intro to Commons, Part 1: How to Manage Your Online Community [September 11, 2013]

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Drupal Commons is online community software that works right out of the box. It is used to build knowledge sharing networks, collaborative spaces, and discussion areas with levels of privacy to support vibrant communities.

In this webinar, we will examine Drupal Commons from the perspective of a Community Manager. We will also use several case studies on online communities built in Commons so you can get an idea of how you can best manage your own online community.

You will learn how to:
• Navigate the site to see content, members, and activity
• Create and share content
• Manage users and participation

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Wednesday, September 11, 2013
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