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If you have any ppt file we could use on training for editors, we would appreciate if you can made it available for us.
Roberta Mayumi Takenaka
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OJS in am Hour has screen shots and descriptions that could form the basis of an introduction to OJS 2 by tracing aspects of it into powerpoint.
I do training sessions using the test-drive OJS -- username/password provided in "OJS in an Hour" -- working live from the Web, so Editors can get a feel for how things move, while allowing them to try it as well.
Public Knowledge Project
University of British Columbia
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