Mary E. Anderson (marya@SMARTNET.NET)
Wed, 3 Jul 1996 22:11:44 -0500
In September I will be leading our District Roundtable in a
"Introduction to Scouting on the Internet", this is in conjuction with
the national theme on computers.
I certainly am not the best choice for this duty (being on the internet
myself almost a week now), but we all know that in Scouts enthusiasm
counts. This will also be my first discussion topic posted to you all,
so if I'm off base... my excuses.
I would like some input on my agenda for this Roundtable. It is my goal
to entice Scout Leaders in my district to explore this great resource,
the internet. Possible outline.
1. What is internet?
2. What information does the internet have that might be
usefull to me as a Scout Leader?
3. What information would we(Leaders), be able to make
available on the internet, to share with each other?
(websites, scout shop, etc.)
4. Learning how to use internet. Setting up hardware &
I hope to be able to make arrangements for a personal computer,
connected to the internet available at Roundtable, for demos. I want to
keep this short and interesting.
Please let me know your suggestions for filling out or modifying this
agenda, and if you think this is a good ideal for a Roundtable... is
this interesting to enough people?
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City