EDU has been busy recently. We are happy to be producing content for all of you to learn from, and we want to let everyone know what we are doing and what we plan to do going forward.
After the success of EDU’s very first University Class last month, we are working on bringing more classes to all of you. Some of the topics being worked on for use at a future date are: Dealing with Drama, Public Speaking, Roles & Ranks, and Communication & Organization. We would like to hear your opinion on what day during the weekend University Classes should be given. To fill in our form, click right here, it takes no longer than 10 seconds! Your voice matters, so stay on the lookout for an announcement regarding the exact date and time for the next one.
We are also in the process of revising and improving the guides so that all of TAW has written resources to aid yourself with, readily available 24/7 and completely self-paced. And today, we release the first of many more guides to come, the TAW.net Website Navigation Guide. It covers how to use the different functions of the website from attendance to managing the rosters and many more tasks vital to understand how to properly execute your duties. Our guides can be found under our Wiki-page center or on Teamspeak @ [EDU] - TAW Guides (under Operations Command). The Boot Camp guide will be next and should be approved and made public very soon.
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The online classes continue to be very popular, we are happy to see them getting more and more use. We have fixed some minor inconsistencies in the classes and they should be easier to complete for some of you. Work will continue to make them run as smoothly as possible.
As always, if you have questions, concerns, comments, or just want help with any of our material, please do not hesitate to ask any of us. Our channel can be found near the top of TeamSpeak, under Operations Command.
Keep playing, and keep learning,
I wanted to say that your work is incredible. I've never been in an organization where people put so much work in making other peoples work easier and more fun. This of course goes for all supporting divisions, but EDU helped me the most. I did all the OpenLearning classes and learned a lot, not only for TAW internal use but for general leadership roles as well.
You allowed me to hop right into a SL position without much prior experience and so far it's been great. I believe that EDU taught us the skills that enabled us to save the DayZ EU Battallion.
Thanks guys and keep up the amazing work.
You are amazing, all of you! I really appreciate the website guide, takes a lot of time of our shoulders repeating every single little detail about the site functions to NCOs and officers all the time. Now if someone forgets something he can just look it up in a central guide, love it!
Also as always karel: When I find any typos or other mistakes, I will find you! :P
A big hurraah for EDU!