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Creating a Group on I2geo


Creating a group on I2geo is a great way to develop a small community within the larger global education and learning community.

Your group can be based on shared interests, organizational affiliations, a specific curriculum development project, or whatever activity you feel will benefit from a shared space for a group of I2geo members.

What can I2geo groups do?

  • Share a group space for accessing group tools and resources
  • Collaborate on building and editing curriculum
  • Use a message board to communicate about the group in general or about specific group projects
  • Grow to include new members
  • Highlight group curricula and activities for use or participation by the rest of the I2geo community

When you create a group on I2geo…

  • You create a space for the work of a project group, including the following pages, which are organized for your group in a tabbed display:
  • Home
  • Messages
  • Curriculum
  • Members

  • You take on the role of Group Leader, which means you can:
  • Edit information about the group
  • Accept new members into your group
  • Control special content sections that display in your group’s pages
  • Help define and document best practices for the group
  • Participate in the I2geo Leaders group
  • Your group’s space gets its own web address for easy sharing and access.

Get Started

  • For more detailed information about creating a group on I2geo, visit the Groups section of the Curriki Help Collection.
  • If you are going to create a group on I2geo, it’s important to:
  • Know that I2geo groups can be featured and linked to from various places on the site, such as the home page or the “Browse Groups” page.
  • Recognize your commitment – as the group’s creator and leader – to making your group a useful and active area for its members and for the wider I2geo community.
  • Be prepared to commit about two hours per month to maintaining your group space and proactively building your group.