FamilySearch Wiki:New Contributors Training/Prior Lessons

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Previous Recordings and Lesson Plans

To review the recording or access attachments of a previous meeting:

  1. Click MeetingPlace.
  2. Enter 5252, and then click the Find Meeting button (not Attend Meeting).
  3. Type in your name, and then click Find Meeting
  4. Under Meeting Search, select Past.
  5. Enter the date (or date range -- such as From: Apr 7, 2011 6:00 AM To: current date), and then click Search.
  6. In the Past Meetings list, for the desired date, click the Meeting ID link (5252).
  7. On the right, under Options, click Attachments/Recordings.
  8. The Web Recording can be played, but not downloaded. It has both audio and video. There are also separate audio recordings (and sometimes document or other attachments) which can be downloaded to your computer by right-clicking the icon or link, and then selecting Save Target As....

Dates Given
1. What is the wiki, setting preferences 18 Aug 2011
2. Wiki community, wiki navigation 25 Aug 2011
3. Rich Text editor, User pages, watching pages 01 Sep 2011
4. Links, sandbox, discussion pages 08 Sep 2011
5. Standard editor & wikitext 15 Sep 2011
6. Table of contents, searching 22 Sep 2011
7. Copying & pasting, part 1 29 Sep 2011
8. Copying & pasting, part 2 06 Oct 2011
9. Images and files 13 Oct 2011
10. Tables & templates, references & citations 14 Jul 2011
11. Namespaces, creating & naming articles 21 Jul 2011
12. Combining & deleting, categorization 28 Jul 2011

Lesson Plans

Listed below are copies of the lesson plans used for the New Wiki Contributors Training meetings. They correspond to the Topics list, above. The information given was accurate at the time of the lesson, but may change slightly as our Wiki grows and matures.

To download a file, right-click the name of the file, and then select either Save target as... (IE) or Save Link As... (Firefox). Select a location on your computer, and then click Save.