How can I contribute to the CORE?As a member of a community you can: Write a blog Update a wiki page Add Documents Add events to the calendar Participate in a forum discussion or ask a question Chat with colleagues
guide to the ‘Community’ structure Each community is run by a ‘Community Owner’ The Community owner will most often be the portfolio or platform leader. The Community Owner will set the folder structure for the Wiki and Documents sections Contact the Community Owner before adding any new wiki pages or document folders
Who are the ‘Community Owners’ Woodhead Global: Katherine Withnell | Rachael Vant Technical: Geoff Counsell Design: Karl Traeger | Angelo Di Marco People and Culture: Leah Schubert Marketing and Communications: Katherine Withnell | Rachael Vant
Who are the ‘Community Owners’ Commercial: Jeremy Deale Education: Mark Clements Industrial: Jim Williams Health: David Gilbert | Gavin Adams Hospitality: Geoff Lee Residential: Richard Huxley Retail: Tony Quinn | Phil Bowen Transport: Matt Findlay | Steve Parker Workplace: Angelo Di Marco
Questions to consider before adding to the core? Is this information useful to the wider group? Is this information for permanent reference (wiki) or temporary news (blog)? Does it meet the file size restrictions? 20mb limit on documents? Do I need to make an announcement to draw attention to this latest information?
How to make an announcement Each community has its own ‘announcements’. You will see all announcements for each community you are a member of. Only the Community Owner can make an announcement. If you want to link an announcement to your blog, wiki, forum or other item contact the relevant community owner.
write a Blog Anyone can contribute a blog to the community they are a member of, including the ‘Woodhead Global’ community. Anyone can comment on an existing blog.
update a Wiki page Using the same method as creating a blog… you can contribute information and update a wiki page.You should only update a wiki when; You know the existing information is incorrect. You have additional information to share with the community. You have been instructed to by the community owner.
Using Search The CORE has a super search tool which can help you find anything on the portal.