Sand pit

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The "Sand pit" is a group set up for people running local groups on the CAN website to share useful resources, ask questions, and practice adding and editing content.

The impetus for this group came from a workshop at the 2010 CAN-Do run by Stephen Blyth (Common Knowledge@sablyth).

Workshop presentation materials

Workshop presentation, from SlideShare available as slides, or from Vimeo as a video (including screencasts)

How to create content screencast, this step-by-step guide walks you through the main steps for creating and editing content. This links to a six minute video available from Vimeo. 

Workshop cheatsheet to download as PDFs

Brainstorming notes

Questions raised about different aspects of using the website, with answers coming

Where to get help

Admins can request help from: ??? 

Other useful resources 

How to use the CAN website - tutorials

Formatting guide for CAN website

Helping online communities hum

Writing for the web resources (coming soon)

Detailed tutorial on Drupal 6 (the system used to run can.org.nz), from Lynda.com. There is a charge for this online course.

This is a group for learning about the CAN website, set-up for the 2010 CAN-Do.

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Posted on 2 February, 2018 - 13:05 by Patrick
Palmerston North, 29 July 2018
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Posted on 22 December, 2010 - 14:27 by glen
This page gives some basic information on how to get started using this website and creating material for it.
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Posted on 1 November, 2010 - 09:39 by stephenblyth.nz
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Posted on 14 September, 2009 - 10:05 by adrian
Contents: - CAN Cycle-Friendly Awards 2009- get your nominations in! - NZ Cycling Conference and CAN Do 2009 - register now! - NZ cycling advocates ride on World Carfree Day - BikeNZ launches 1.5m to survive challenge - Auckland 'Urban rides' excite planners - 'I want to ride my bike': overcoming barriers to cycling to intermediate schools - Job vacancy at Living Streets - Copenhagen to spend $47 million on cycle highways - Surge in cycle commuting in USA - Cycle lanes encourage motorists to drive closer to bikes, says study - Weblinks
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