Study Track #4 - Managing a Community
Are you running a community and are responsible for its health and growth? Perhaps you're already a great editor but you don't know how to lead a community? The courses in this study track will teach you how to monitor activities on your community, promote users, and how to be a good admin in general.
What Makes a Good Admin?
Monitoring Your Wiki
Monitoring Your Wiki
Introduction to User Roles
How to and When to Promote Users
How to Deal with Spam and Vandalism
Admin Actions: Revert, Rollback, Delete
Admin Actions: Blocking
What is Fandom University?
Fandom University is your official source for Community knowledge. The goal of Fandom University is to provide instructions, help and advice to users at every level of experience. Courses are organized by subject matter, and the classes within each course include a short video and links to additional resources. We'll be adding new classes frequently, so check back often. Feel free to link to parts of Fandom University on your own community's main page, navigation or anywhere else were members of your community look for help and guidance.

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