On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 10:23 PM, Ronen Abravanel <ron...@gmail.com> wrote:
> How long should it be? A year ago I had one hour workshop on LyX in my
I highly doubt that it would exceed an hour.

> department, and I started with very short into on LaTeX and "in what scene
> LyX is different from word", and then about 40 minutes of demonstration of
> what can I do and how can I do that.
> If there is nothing better, I can translate my tutorial to English (few
What is the original language of the tutorial? Maybe I could digest it myself.

> beamer-slides, and 3 pages of "do that in order to achieve this..." list...
This is a nice idea for a tutorial, too.

> Ronen
> On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 6:38 PM, Liviu Andronic <landronim...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Dear all
>> I think this is a very good idea.
>> On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 4:51 PM, Rob Oakes <lyx-de...@oak-tree.us> wrote:
>> > 4.) It seems that there are people willing to help promote/evangelize
>> > LyX, but I'm not sure we offer much in the way of promotional materials to
>> > help. Would it be worthwhile to create a limited number of tutorials for
>> > people, like Venom, who will be holding seminars or workshops? (I've also
>> > thought about teaching a design workshop through my local library, and 
>> > these
>> > materials would help provide a curriculum.)
>> >
>> I will be holding a workshop on LyX to graduate types at my university
>> and I'm not very sure where from to begin. Some ready materials
>> (slides on the advantages of LyX/LaTeX over MS Word and the hord, step
>> by step tutorials for creating your first document in LyX, using
>> bibliography and fancier features) would be of enormous help.
>> At the moment I plan to start with the 'Help > Documentation' in
>> preparing my tutorial. Perhaps some of you have already passed through
>> this experience and have some materials readily available? If so,
>> please post them here.
>> Regards
>> Liviu

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