User Community Webinar Service (OAUG Sponsored)
OAUG offers a free webinar service for all user communities to utilize to provide education and product updates. The service will accommodate up to 1,000 attendees. The service is scheduled through the Geo/SIG Manager. Sessions are typically scheduled for 1 hour and are recorded for posting on the organizing community’s website. Webinar marketing is managed by OAUG and a link to register is given to the user community for posting on their website and to market through social media channels. The items below are needed for scheduling a webinar:
• Webinar title – maximum 128 characters
• Webinar description – maximum 2,048 characters.
• Start time & length of session
• Speakers’ name, company and email – this should include any member of the SIG board that may provide an introduction to the group.
• What information about the speaker(s) that you would like viewable to attendees? Name, Title and/or company?
Informational Resources (Non-sponsored)
• http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/index.html - If you have not already connected to this site, do it. The Oracle Technology Network is a community of developers, admins, and architects. It is free and easy to join this network and there is a continuous supply of new literature and discussions. The Oracle Technology Network also has a Facebook Page, Twitter and YouTube Channel, so there are many ways to plug into this network!
• http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/community/oracle-ace/index.html - If you are seeking advice and an answer to your question The Oracle ACE Program is a great place to start. An Oracle ACE member is a professional who is strongly credentialed and supporters of the Oracle Community and carries a great enthusiasm for it. You can find one of the professionals by following the link, clicking "Find an Oracle ACE" and then browse through the 390 ACEs based on name, country or expertise.
• http://www.oracle.com/oraclecap - This will link you to the Oracle Customer Advisory Panel. This community can be a great resource for you as you seek guidance and assistance.
• https://support.oracle.com/ – This site is the "one-stop-shop" for all of your support needs. Keep this link handy for the next time you need Oracle Support. The Communities section provides links to product discussions, recordings of webinar sessions hosted by Oracle and more.
• http://www.oracletips.info/ - On this site are some tips and tricks that the author has collected while working with Oracle as a DBA for more than 10 years, downloadable scripts that the author and others have developed and/or collected for maintaining Oracle databases as well as other Oracle, Banner, and UNIX information you might find useful.
• http://www.oraclecity.com/ - This site offers "Oracle Tips and Techniques" on Oracle 11g, Oracle 10g, PL/SQL, Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g Grid Control, Oracle Performance, Tuning, Microsoft SQL Server and T-SQL. This site certainly has something to offer you.
• http://www.club-oracle.com/ - Club Oracle is an online forums community that provides an opportunity to post / review articles, examples and tutorials.