[Commons-research] iSummit Lab Submissions
heather at icommons.org
Sat Mar 8 00:30:01 EST 2008
Ahrash just wrote some really good questions about the process of
submission to the iSummit that I wanted to share:
> How do you see all of this planning work integrating with the call
> for proposals? Should I submit some proposals, or encourage others
> in the ed track to do the same? Or are these going to develop
The best case scenario would be that the various track mailing lists
(http://www.icommons.org/isummit08/labs) start discussing the content
and flow of their track as a team and then, as they reach consensus,
upload those onto the official pentabarf system. I've put up a draft
structure here: http://wiki.icommons.org/index.php/ISummit_2008/
Education of how you could start organising things within your track.
Once it becomes clear who is facilitating which session, then people
can start to take more responsibility for single sessions within the
broader framework of the track.
Also remember that each track will choose one session e.g.
'Introduction to OER (open educational resources)' that will take
place in the main conference hall and will be simultaneously
translated. This will form the basis of an overview track at the
iSummit for those who want introductions to each of the major themes.
iCommons Executive Director
The iCommons Summit: 29 July - 1 August 2008, Sapporo, Japan
Phone: +27 11 327 3155
PO Box 1453, Saxonwold, 2132, Johannesburg
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