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eXtension worked with BrainTraffic to create a process for auditing web content created by Communities of Practice. Using the tools and recommendations developed a content appraisal process was created. eXtension will use this process for appraising Communities of Practice content published on extension.org. It is also a process others in CES can use to appraise their existing Web content. In this 90-minute training session, attendees will learn how to use the process to audit Web content. Attendees will go over the process by which content can be evaluated using 6 attributes: knowledge level, interrelatedness, relevance, usability, actionability and differentiation. Attendees will then rate sample content, using the attributes, and compare the content to examples of high and low rated content. In addition, attendees will learn how eXtension and communities of practice make use of Google sites and Google documents to easily perform the audits, house data, access the data, and how CoPs use the data they collect through the audit process.