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  • About the project
    • History of CiviCRM
    • The release cycle
  • The community
  • Problems
    • Getting help
  • User interface
    • Contacts
    • Finding contacts
    • Advanced search
    • Actions

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Depending on how advanced the class is, the getting around the user interface may last less time than noted.  In this case, there are plenty of more challenging / exploratory exercises that students can do in the handout.  Also, you might want to chat with students who have finished exercises about existing implementations / needs.

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Show learners the CiviCRM website and the forum StackExchange and encourage them to post questions online and make use of the forumStackExchange.

Explain that CiviCRM is not like a lot of software that people might be used to, that you 'buy in a shop' - instead it is freely available to download.

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  • Free to download, not free to write - lots of the code contributions (and other contributions like conferences, trainings, etc.) come from service providers who make the work freely available once written
  • Set up by people who saw an overlap between non profit aims and open source culture
  • a wide ecosystem of developers. co–ordinated but definitley definitely not one company - choosing civicrm CiviCRM does not guaruntee guarantee success in your project!
  • lots of people have full time paid jobs developing CiviCRM
  • lots of other day to day software is open source (firefox, android, Drupal, WordPress, etc.).

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