Joomla! Social Networking with JomSocial
A practical guide, this book provides step-by-step instructions for building your social networking system, showcasing real-world examples throughout. This book is for individuals or institutions desiring to develop a social networking system using the Joomla! content management system. It is suitable for both the novice and the advanced Joomla! user. There is no need for scripting or programming knowledge. All that is required is enthusiasm and the determination to implement a project.
- Electronic book text | 184 pages
- 16 Jul 2010
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Kwasi Boateng
Kwasi Boateng is an Assistant Professor at the School of Mass Communication in the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He has a doctorate from The School of Media Arts and Studies (formerly the School of Telecommunications); Scripps College of Communication, Ohio University. Kwasi has research interest in new technologies in electronic communication and open source tools for online communication. He has authored various articles, book chapters, and a book on electronic media. He teaches courses on web design, motion graphics, media and culture, and the Internet regulation and policy. He has worked with students to build websites for non-profit organizations using open source content management systems, and organizes workshops to introduce high and middle school students to open source tools for online communication. Beatrice A. Boateng is an Assistant Professor in the department of pediatrics, College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She is also the co-director of faculty development in the department of pediatrics. She holds a doctorate from the Instructional Technology program, College of Education at Ohio University. Beatrice's research interest is in the millennials, instructional technology in medical education, and open sources source tools for education. She has authored articles, book chapters, and a book on technology applications in rural schools.