Making the transition from paper to online documentation

I know we need to move to online documentation, but I’m scared!

I’m not very good with computers!

I feel so comfortable using paper, why change?

What if I can’t keep pace with everyone else?

I know I’m good at my job. I love working with children, but I’m useless with technology! Help!

Does this sound familiar?  All of these fears are totally understandable. 

At EarlyWorks we have great respect for educators.  Educators are not just educators, they are psychologists, peace makers, chefs, cleaners, gardeners, artists, musicians, crafts people, photographers, curriculum developers… this list goes on.  And now, educators are expected to be computer experts. 

The thing is, I was probably one of the most resistant to the change to digital anything.  I was a late adopter of texting, email, and don’t get me started on social media!  I only started using Facebook three years ago when I had to for EarlyWorks.  So… I totally get it.

One of the parts of my role at EarlyWorks that I love the most, is working with Educators as they begin their EarlyWorks’ journey.  So many Educators are pleasantly surprised by how much success and even enjoyment they get when they start exploring EarlyWorks, and we are there by their side for the whole journey. 

Interestingly, the Educators who are quickest to find their feet with EarlyWorks, tend to be those who have a thorough understanding of early childhood education and care and the planning cycle. Being a technology superstar is definitely not a requirement in adapting to change.

When you’re ready to make the transition from paper to online documentation, we will be there to support you:

  • Free online training from the security of your computer screen at your service.  All you need to do is watch and ask questions.
  • Free ongoing phone and email support.
  • Free Quick Start videos on our website.
  • Free User Manual.
  • Free access to the EarlyWorks’ blog.

I look forward to sharing your journey soon😊.

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