The Help Center, powered by the Edmodo Community
Posted by: Edmodo
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Help Center, powered by the Edmodo Community. Whether you are a classroom teacher looking for introductory videos to show your students how to get started, a tech director at a school district who wants to make the case for rolling out Edmodo to all of your schools, or a school media specialist looking for helpful hints on effective ways to ensure all of the teachers at your school are registered, this will serve as a resource center for all of the tools you need to introduce Edmodo to your community. Although we’ve contributed core materials such as User Guides and basic data sheets, our goal is for the Help Center to be a rich and dynamic repository for content developed by the Edmodo user community. Some of the highlights of the Help Center include:
Edmodo is for my Classroom: Explore this section of the Help Center to find presentations, videos and one page handouts that will help you get your students and the teachers in your school up and running with Edmodo.
Edmodo is for my District: Resources in this section will provide district administrators and tech directors with research, case studies and documentation on the reporting and analytics features available for district wide implementations.
Webinar Schedule: For users who prefer a live walkthrough of the site, we offer regularly scheduled webinars for users at all levels. Check out the schedule in the coming weeks for new topics that include: Edmodo 101, Tips for rolling out Edmodo to a school or district, and Educator Showcases that highlight the positive impact Edmodo has had on classrooms all over the world.
News: Check here often to keep up on the latest blog entries, tweets and Edmodo breaking news.
Connect with the Edmodo Community: Connect with top contributers and power users and learn how they have transformed their classrooms into 21st century learning environments.
Become an Edmodo Advocate: If you are currently or planning to present Edmodo at conferences or professional development sessions, let us know. We can help guide you toward the resources that will be most helpful, and provide support if you need it.
To contribute to the Help Center, login to Edmodo and send a Request to Connect to Ben Wilkoff, Online Community Manager, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.