OpenOffice certification clearance involves a process based on evidences and experience using a system of guidelines crafted against recognized standards authorities for IT education. It also involved some strategies such as constructivism, sideways communication and feedback system that enable the dynamics of the activities to have potential to develop a solid skill set in the use of office technology.
How to participate
How you can help
- Design and document the syllabus into the Student and Trainer book
- Review the guidelines and give your opinion for improvements
- Give a last review at the syllabus
- Post your opinions on Issue 89372 in Issuezilla for wider discussion.
Meeting and minutes
Meetings for the certification group are handled on IRC at Freenode #education.openoffice.org at 16:00 GMT.
Next Meeting: TBA
- Monday 12th May - Minutes
Module 1 - General
This module is focused on non-specific areas, exclusive of any particular component of OpenOffice.org and most tasks can be performed from any area of OOo. This includes general settings, options, file and style management just to mention a few.
Module 2 - Writer (text editing)
This module presents information about the use and operation of the text processing component from OpenOffice.org.
Module 3 - Calc (spreadsheet)
This module aims to get the student to achieve proficiency on the use of the spreadsheet interface and common calculations.
Module 4 - Impress (presentation)
This module aims to get the student to achieve proficiency on the use of the presentation interface.
Module 5 - Draw (drawing)
This module aims to get the student to achieve proficiency on the use of the drawing interface
Module 6 - Base (database)
This module aims to get the student to achieve proficiency on the use of the database interface
The certification will include an official student manual and a trainer's manual that can be either downloaded or purchased through the OpenOffice.org Store.