> off topic but did anyone else see the new website?We were kicking the tires a bit on this topic
yesterday over on the Cub Scout Talk yahoogroup
The changes right now in scouting.org are primarily a
new look/feel for the scouting.org site. Existing fav
links to content located on the site should still work
Bringing this squarely into Scouter_T territory though
is that what is still to come seems definitely more
exciting than the cosmetic overhaul. Specifically,
the soon to arrive My Scouting, via:
"My Scouting" will be a portal for BSA member access
to several areas:
Tour Permit Applictions
apply online and have an automated approval process
and electronic delivery of the permit
E-Learning ceter will become integrated into each
member's My Account.
The My Account will give one direct access to his/her
data to update or make corrections to keep records
But wait, there's more.!
After the initial launch of the "My Scouting" portal,
BSa intends to create additional applications and
So .....Trainers, start up your flipchart markers and
powerpoints. Looks like we're gonna be looking at new
ways to do some of the old thangs.
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- Kevin Pate wrote:
>Yes I've noticed they still believe that adjacent zip
> We were kicking the tires a bit on this topic
> yesterday over on the Cub Scout Talk yahoogroup
> (http://groups. yahoo.com/ group/Cub- Scout-Talk/
> <http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Cub-Scout-Talk/> )
> The changes right now in scouting.org are primarily a
> new look/feel for the scouting.org site. Existing fav
> links to content located on the site should still work
> as before.
code numbers are also geographically adjacent so that
when you look for a unit to join, you will get units
twenty miles away but not ones ten blocks from
So far only cosmetics.