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Commons for Site Administrators, Part 1: How to Configure Your Online Community [October 2, 2013]

Commons for Site Administrators, Part 1: How to Configure Your Online Community [October 2, 2013]

The purpose of your community determines what kind of features and functionality your site needs. You may have a learning community, peer support group or an ad-hoc working group. Each type of community site requires a different approach.

In this webinar, we will examine Drupal Commons from the perspective of a site administrator to explore different strategies for site configuration.

You will learn how to:
• Configure and add new content types
• Customize landing pages for groups
• Control what your community managers can do on the site

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Wednesday, October 2, 2013
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