Connect easily with colleagues across the Network using the profile section for the Community Tool.
Learn, "How to search and bookmark a profile" via video.
From the homepage click the "Menu" icon.
From the menu select "Community".
Click the "Dashboard" tab then click "Search Profiles".
Search by subject, grade level, location and occupation or by typing in the name of someone that has been recommended by a coach, an NTAC presenter or another NTN colleague.
Once a profile is located, one can:
1. Get a reference number to copy and send to a colleague
2. Bookmark the profile to revisit. Once bookmarked a profile will show up under the "Dashboard" tab.
3. Follow this person via social media.
4. Search the courses this person teaches to learn more.
From here select and copy resources to "My Library".
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You can easily find and connect with colleagues across the network using the profile section of the Community Tool. Hear something interesting during a PL@NTN workshop?, Meet someone at a convening? Learn from someone at NTAC? Jump into the Community Tool , search their name and bookmark them so the learning and sharing can continue!
Watch this as a video instead: How do I use the search profile tool?
Click on The Community Tool
Now click on your Dashboard Tab
You can see I have already searched and bookmarked some profiles
Click the Search Profiles button
You can search by subject, grade level, location and occupation or by typing in the name of someone your coach recommended to you, or that you met at NTAC or other NTN Event.
Once I click on a person I can:
- Get a reference number to copy and paste and send to a colleague
- Bookmark this profile so I can check it out again, this will show up on your Dashboard under Bookmarked Profiles
- I can find and follow him on social media sites as well as email him.
- I can also check out the courses he teaches, to check out that course more deeply, click on it.
From here I can:
Select All and copy all resources ( sometimes there are too many items to copy all once like this and you will need to open the folder and copy a few at a time)
Open the project and preview items
To see this in more detail, watch How do I preview and select course content from colleagues across the the network?