Hi all, I work with Laurie at Thomson Reuters Foundation, and am also here to try and answer your questions.
We are hoping that we will have a good flow of articles and blogs from the BRACED partners on the website, so it would be interesting to know what sort of materials you may be planning already...
If you've had a look at the website, you'll notice we have a range of different types of content on it. They include blogs, project updates, reports, guides, calendar events, photos, videos and (soon) case studies. If you produce any of those things, we'd be happy to have them on the website. Some of you have contributed already
And also if there are any particular questions you may have about how to get your content on to the website...
Just to note for everyone: The BRACED website has an English version and a French version. Please feel free to submit content in either language - or ideally in both!
One thing we'd love all of you from BRACED projects to do this week if you can is look at your project's entry under the "About the Project" page. Click on the links, look at your consortium members. Does it all work? Is the title for your project what you want? Is the description what you want? Is there any other problem you see? Let us know so we can get it all in top shape
Any initial impressions on the website? I'd love to hear your first thoughts
How do you find all the material on the website about a particular theme? If you click on the "news" tab at the top you can see news items - such as news reports, project updates, videos, photos or blogs - on a particular theme by clicking on that theme. If you want to see reports, guides or events on a particular theme, click on "Resources" at the top of the page.
We've got about 10 minutes left - any last burning questions? One thing I should point out about the website: The newsletter sign-up function on the homepage isn't working yet, but it should be in the next week or two. We'll send around a reminder then to sign up to get the BRACED KM newsletters
One final question, if you have time: How useful did you find this discussion?