Caucus is Carleton's web-based discussion space. It is used by students,
faculty and staff for course-related discussions, student organizations,
interest groups, and assorted fun and games.
Logging in to Caucus requires that you enter a username and password.
You should use your Netware username and password for access. Alumni
can request access to Caucus; see the alumni
computing pages for more information.
If you have any trouble with Caucus and have any questions, please
contact the Caucus Manager, Mark F. Heiman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Problems logging in or with your browser crashing? Try these helpful
tips for using Caucus.
Getting Started with Caucus
The first time you log in to Caucus, you'll be prompted to provide
some personalizing information about yourself. Only your name is
required, and that is filled in from your campus directory entry.
You can change any of this information (except your name) at any
Once you've completed the registration, you have the choice of
taking a brief tour of Caucus' features, or going directly to the
The Caucus Center
The Caucus Center is the main page for Caucus, and the first page
you'll see on subsequent visits. It contains your personal conference
list, a list of the conferences (discussions) that you want
The easiest way to start using Caucus is to follow the link from
the Caucus Center to the List of All Conferences. This page
contains links to all of the conferences that you can join, organized
topically. When you click on a link in the list, you'll be prompted
to join the conference, and given the option of adding it to your
personal conference list, which will make that conference appear
in the Caucus Center when you log in.
Last modified: Monday, 17-Nov-2003 16:54:33 CST
by Mark F. Heiman, email@example.com