What are Kudos?
ePractice Kudos is a peer recognition program, a way to acknowledge the activity and reliability of registered members.
How does it work? Each activity a registered user performs on the portal is awarded a numerical value which is associated to the member's profile. In other words: the higher the total number of Kudos a member has, the more active he/ she is.
Kudos do not only help to locate highly active ePractice.eu members within the community; they also serve to track down users with comments, cases and posts highly rated by their peers. Kudos also affect the order of the people's list, giving more visibility and recognition to active members.
Following is a list of the activities awarded with Kudos:
|Register with complete personal profile (including all compulsory fields)||100 kudos|
|Update user profile - public profile||20 kudos|
|Update user profile - complete profile||20 kudos|
|Update user profile - picture||20 kudos|
|Rating a portal item (news, event, library, TV, article)||2 kudos|
|Blog post or comment||40 kudos|
|Propose a portal item (News, events, library, TV)||40 kudos|
|Respond to a portal activity (survey, voting, other)||40 kudos|
|Post a case||200 kudos|
|Update the case description||20 kudos|
|First time Workshop facilitator||500 kudos|
|First time Workshop attendance||10 kudos|
|Login to the portal (with user name and password).
Maximum 10 kudos per week
|No login to the portal during a month||-10 kudos|
What does % Completed Profile mean?
According to the amount of personal information provided by registered members in their profile, the system calculates a percentage of completeness.
|profile section||% completeness average|
|Domain of work||10%|
|Topic of interest||10% (at least one)|
|Three favourite cases||5% (at least one)|
If you have not been awarded with Kudos for any activity listed in the above table please contact us.
If you have any comments or suggestions for improving the Kudos system please free to contact the ePractice.eu portal team.