Google Wave Guide

For those who seek to explore Google Wave, check out this guide:

The Complete Guide to Google Wave is a comprehensive user manual by Gina Trapani with Adam Pash.

http://completewaveguide.com/guide/The_Complete_Guide_to_Google_Wave

 

Chapter 1 Meet Google Wave
Find out what Google Wave is and what problems it solves.
Chapter 2 Get Started with Wave
Set up your Wave account and create your first wave.
Chapter 3 Manage Your Wave Contacts
Find and add people and groups to collaborate with in Wave.
Chapter 4 Find and Organize Waves
Tag, file, search, and filter waves.
Chapter 5 Dive Deeper into Wave
Add rich content to your waves like maps and photo slide shows.
Chapter 6 Master Wave’s Interface
Navigate Wave from the keyboard and customize your Wave interface.
Chapter 7 Wave Gadgets
Add interactive content to your waves with gadgets.
Chapter 8 Wave Bots
Automatically update the contents of your waves with bots.
Appendix A What Wave Can’t Do
It’s not just you. See what’s NOT working in the current version of Wave, and what features the Wave team has promised are

Appendix B Contribute to The Complete Guide to Google Wave
In the spirit of Google Wave, this guide is a collaborative effort. We need you (yes, you) to help revise and expand this guide as Wave evolves.

If you just can’t get enough of Wave, see also our growing compilation of Wave-related links and video clips from across the web.

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About repplinger

John has served as a Reference Librarian at Willamette University since 2002. He is the liaison to the Science Departments, and is responsible for maintaining the collections related to the life & physical sciences. His research interests range over the entire spectrum of libraries and information sciences, but includes: - Google and its influence on information & society - The Internet's influence on information seeking & sharing behaviors - Trends of scholarly communication - Electronic learning environments - Traditional pedagogy - GIS use in academic libraries

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