You’re probably looking at this page right now and wondering, “What’s the bare minimum I need to read to understand KORA?” Well, let us tell you. We highly recommend that all users read through the introductory materials. They’re pretty brief and they’ll help you wrap your mind around what KORA is and how you can best interact with it.
After that, it depends on who you are. KORA has different features for project managers (the people who are helping organize and plan a project) and data-entry personnel (the people who are going to be entering digital records into the KORA database). We’ve broken down our tutorials to reflect the needs of these user groups. So, after reading the introductory materials, go out and experiment with KORA. Try to do stuff. And when you get stuck, review the tutorials you need.