Posted 11 April 2013 - 06:56 PM
[Chuckle] Welcome aboard, Lawson!
When I came to work for Accordance, I considered myself an expert. I too had used Accordance for fourteen years then, since I had to buy the program from the Browns—but the texts from Grammcord! Anyway, it only took them about five minutes to assess my knowledge. I fell far short of expert. It turns out that users typically only use about 10% or so of the features that are available to them. It's not the same 10%, either!
I try hard to retain that perspective when I podcast. We've found the podcasts, blogs, and the new Accordance Help all have their place in broadening users' expertise. The free one-day seminars are great overviews of what is possible, but provide just too much information to retain. It takes these other avenues to remind and reinforce how to do something in Accordance.
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