Developing Training Field Manual
The world is changing and so is the world of learning and development. This 'wiki' is intended to be a ‘field-book’ or ‘manual’ for trainers who are supporting changing organisations into the future. This document is not a how-to manual although such insights may be in evidence. Rather, it provides the next generation with ideas and approaches to their own practice drawn from the inquiry of others .
It is a participative space where ICTI members can chip in with their own perspective, suggest areas and topics to be added or correct errors and update with more recent ideas and practice.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License
Contributing to the wiki
You are welcome to contribute to this field manual. It belongs to the ICTI network. You agree to make your contribution on the understanding that it is available to the whole network on a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License
- Give credit where credit is due...If you refer to work undertaken by someone else give an appropriate credit
- Write in English. We would like to include material in other languages but we're starting in English. If you want to include a contribution in another language then create it in English then provide a link to the other language version in the English (see below about how to link).
- If there are debates then the editor's decisions will, eventually, have to be final.
The easiest way to contribute is to add a comment. Just click the comments tab at the top of each article and make your contribution. This would be an ideal way of reflecting upon the topic in the public space. A place to pose questions and ideas.
However, if you want to update something in the main text or add some additional ideas or references then you will probably want to edit the article text instead.
You can edit any page including the Introduction page where the main index is located. Editing is more powerful and enables you to correct an idea or add to the main article by developing things further or providing extra information.
However, you contribute, it will be welcome.
To add a new page to the wiki simply edit the page where you think a link should appear (this could and most likely will be in the contents for a particular chapter). Type the page title between a pair of square brackets like this:
When you save the page the title will appear in the text like this:
Your Page Title
The first time you or someone else clicks on this red, italics, link you will be invited to create the page. Go ahead, create the page in HTML format and type your contribution. You can add links to existing pages created by someone else. This is a collaborative project.
The moodle.org website has more information on adding and editing pages.
Looking forward to your participation...