Making some subtle changes around here – we heard some of your concerns (complaints!) and worked on fixing them. One of the biggest “concerns” was finding sites in the Romae network.
As you may know, we have a social network (Amicitia) which functions as the hub for all discussions within the network. We have classes and discussion groups from various affiliations and organizations also lodged there providing a space for collaboration and discussion. It should be easy to find, right?
We also have sites for various organizations on our network such as the American Classical League’s Technology Committee and the ACL’s Rome in Situ program. We also have a site dedicated to helping new teachers called Tirones, which was hard to find for new users – but can potentially provide a valuable resource. These should be easy to locate now, too.
There are also school sponsored clubs and courses here. I house all of my Latin courses here on Romae’s network, which serves as an easy way for students to catch up on missing assignments and just stay connected to what is going on in class. I also sponsored a chapter of the Junior Classical League at my school and house our club’s site here, too. There is also ETClassics’ Classics Club, sponsored by Zee Ann Poerio, listed under our clubs tab.
In fact, you will notice that we have a navigation menu just under the banner/masthead that makes it easy to navigate from our main page to those viagra online sources sites on the network. If you hover over the Courses tab, you will see a submenu of all of the courses on the Romae network (if you would like to have a site dedicated to your course, please contact me and I can set you up!). You will notice the other tabs such as Clubs, Organizations – each of these have submenus which lead you to specific courses within the network.
We are trying to standardize the experience across the entire network so that users don’t get lost (!) and also have an easier time discovering the vast resources of the network. You may notice that these tabs are not found located in the same place across the other sites on the network – that is because each site has its own administrator and will incorporate whatever design they feel most comfortable with.
Well, I hope that helps things. If you have any other comments or concerns, hit us up on the Amicitia! Share your feedback with us on the Amicitia in our Colloquia group!