[CLUE-Cert] After we've selected time and place

Jef jdlabarnhart at home.com
Thu Aug 31 21:53:48 MDT 2000

Everything sound great. What I might add is a daily question or quiz. What I have
seen with some of the windows study sites is that they will e-mail you a
"Question of the day".


Lynn Danielson wrote:

> David Willson wrote:
> >
> > . . ..  If, as a newbie, I decide to audit
> > the study group, that's fine, but I should expect that genuine SA's with an
> > interest in certification that is appropriate to their skills should not and
> > will not slow down to wait for me.
> This is basically the point I was trying to make.
> I want to welcome everyone into the group in the
> hopes that they may get something worthwhile out
> of it.  But once we've selected a meeting time
> and place.  One of the next things we'll need to
> decide is when we want to be prepared to take an
> exam.
> If we decide to meet every other week for six to
> eight months that would give us twelve to sixteen
> meetings between next month and March or May.
> This will determine the pace we need to get
> through the material.
> My thoughts for organizing this study group are:
>  - Use the influence of CLUE to acquire materials
>    for pursuing certification and sharing resources
>    throughout the group.
>  - Decide on what material is to be studied
>    individually between meetings.
>  - Use the meetings to drill each other on the
>    material for that meeting.  Possibly in pairs.
>    Possibly in a round robin fashion.
>  - Asking members (and maybe outside experts) who
>    have experience in areas where a majority of the
>    group is inexperienced to give a short talk or
>    an overview of the material before we start drills.
>  - Providing a network, namely this mailing list, for
>    us to ask questions relevant to certification of
>    other like minded individuals.
>  - I'd like to see the members of this study group get
>    involved with at least one installfest.  The main
>    CLUE group can help out with this.  Other groups
>    in the area occasionally put on installfests as well.
>    I think we should all be eager to participate in
>    these as a practical application of the knowledge
>    necessary for certification.
> I've never been involved with a study group like this
> before.  Does this seem like a reasonable approach to
> the rest of you?  What are you thoughts about what I'd
> like to see happen in the study group?  Is there
> something else you'd like to see?
> Lynn Danielson
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