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Codeathon for Humanity GHC2010 Facilitator's Guide

Thank you for agreeing to help out as a Codeathon Facilitator! Here is some information to get you started. Please check back frequently (or subscribe to changes) to keep abreast of any new information.

Everyone has different skill and experience levels. Your main role as a Codeathon facilitator is to make sure the participants are engaged, feel like they are a contributor rather than an observer and answer questions or point people in the direction of the answer. This means lots of different skillsets are important - not just coding ability - so we are delighted to have a diverse and talented group of facilitators.

Training Sessions

Facilitator Training Presentation on Slideshare

Please do your best to attend at least one training session, two are even better! We also hope to record the sessions and make them available for those of you who have scheduling conflicts.

  • September 15, 2010, 19:30-21:00 UTC (12:30-14:00 PDT, 15:30-17:00 EDT)
  • September 24, 2010, 22:00-23:30 UTC (15:00-16:30 PDT, 18:00-19:30 EDT)
  • @GHC - Wednesday, September 29, 13:00-15:00 EDT - Learning Center

How to access the training sessions:

  1. We are going to use Adobe Connect to share the presentation materials.

BEFORE the meeting on Wed, please go here: https://www.meeting.corp.yahoo.com/r28079024/ and make sure you have the necessary software to get into the room. You will be prompted to download the software if you do not.

This URL will be used for both meetings. At the beginning of each of the training meetings, we will spend 5 minutes doing a quick overview of Adobe Connect and its features.

  1. Please dial into the following number for the training meetings:

US: 1-888-371-8922 Outside US: 1-617-224-4792

Participant Code: 34481102#

Please note you have to press "#" at the end of the participant code.

Resources to Get Started

Please review prior to the facilitator training.

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