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ok clever folks need some advice re beig a mod on a forum

(7 Posts)
Jimmychasesducks Tue 08-Sep-09 20:42:22

if it is a new forum and you were joining, what would you look for. it is a sn school one.
also, at the moment it is set to moderated, so if you post you have to wait.....
is there another way?
(love 2shoes)

anonandlikeit Tue 08-Sep-09 21:39:38

No idea about a forum, but when I saw the title I thought you meant a Mod with a Vespa & a parka!

Jimmychasesducks Wed 09-Sep-09 11:32:41

oh that would be fun.
ok so if you are a parent ant want to post on a school forum, what would you look for and like, and what would put you off?

Jimmychasesducks Thu 10-Sep-09 18:07:49

bump

TotalChaos Thu 10-Sep-09 18:25:14

think it needs to be clear whether only parents will be joining, or whether staf may be allowed to join, so that people need to know before they ahem start venting...

Jimmychasesducks Thu 10-Sep-09 18:31:39

good point, alsoe I noticed there is a bit for the children, thought that odd as most of thyoung people cannot access the pc alone.
(2shoes here)

magso Thu 10-Sep-09 18:34:41

I am not very used to forums but here goes.
Helpful supportive comments - but then if it is only sn carers involved that is likely to be the case. Waiting how long? To know how identifiable I am I mean is it anonymous or open.

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