Web Site Training Session
Learn how to bring your OA web site
to the next level!
By special arrangement, several
Communication Committee staff members who work on the National
OA Web Site staff will be presenting an OA web site training class
at NOAC 2002. This will be Session 425.
The summary description notes:
E-Scouting - The same team of Arrowmen developed this cell that
operate the National Order of the Arrow Web Site. Learn to build
a web site as a vehicle for effective communications.
Participants attending this session will learn how to improve their
chapter, lodge, or section web site. They will discover ways to:
- Enhance design and graphics,
- Improve ease-of-use,
- Heighten functionality, and
- Avoid policy problems.
The course will be facilitated by Dominique Baker, past Central Region
Chief, and involve several of the National OA Web Site staff. Special
presenters will include Sage Lichtenwalner, the National OA Web Site
Youth Coordinator. The session
will be offered only twice, once on Sunday morning July 28 and
once on Tuesday morning July 30. Each session will
be for a 3-hour period.
This will be your chance to learn how to bring your OA web site to
the next level.
In the words of one section chief, "This will be a valuable
session... One of the best NOAC has to offer!"
All Arrowmen who work with chapter, lodge, or section web sites
should be sure to attend!
(Register to attend this class by signing up for session 425 on the
Sunday or Tuesday class boxes on your Individual Registration form.)
[Communications Committee info]