Jing is pretty legit. I downloaded it and was thinking that we might make our own tutorials. Just spitballing right now, we'll see what the final presentation will call for.
Ok, here are some ideas that I had for our showcase:
- We could have a poster at our table that said something like "Want to encorporate Confluence into your classroom?" and then have example lesson plans for them to pick up.
- Have a brochure (like the one in our workout). We'll need to have a draft of this by Friday so someone can make it in lab.
- Instructional videos- we could either make our own (in this case, we would need to make "scripts" by Friday so we could tape them in class) or see if we can get permission to use Atlassian's.
- Poster- We need a big poster for our area. A design for this needs to be completed by Friday. I'm not incredibly creative, but maybe we could make it look like a page on Confluence or something? I don't know, I'm sure you can come up with something better. A poster like this can be found in the attachment files.
- Laptops for people to try Confluence out on the table. We could possibly make some sort of a self-tutor PowerPoint like Project 1 or something. Again, feel free to come up with something better!
- The group will wear similar shirts such as collared polos. This will offer a professional and unified look for the group. We will have nametags will our profile pictures taken form a Confluence screenshot.
- A poster called "The Basics" that gives information on what a wiki is, what confluence is (purpose, development, etc.). Just quick facts that people can read quickly while they pass by.