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Education and Mentoring Directorate -- Current Projects:

Below is a list of current and potential Education and Mentoring projects. Volunteers to help with any and all these projects are encouraged and welcome. Please contact the person identified as the POC for the project for details on how to contribute to the project. We need your help!

1. F2F Tutorials at IETF Meetings

Identify, develop, and publicize relevant tutorials for IETF F2F meetings. Identify topics, solicit subject matter experts, develop session materials and format (tutorial, workshop, etc), and publicize the sessions to attendees. Evolve structure of F2F sessions for reuse as part of the online learning library discussed below. Develop a roadmap for tutorial sessions going forward.

Project Lead: Mirjam Kuehne (mir at ripe dot net)

2. Online Learning Library Expansion of the tutorial program beyond F2F tutorials and development of a portfolio of educational materials geared to online learning. Project will determine what kind of format for online tutorials, recruit subject matter experts for each tutorial, and facilitate the development and production of new tutorial material. This project addresses the development, production, and retrieval of online materials leveraging the F2F tutorials where possible.

Project Lead: (TBD) (Karen O'Donoghue for roadmap and finding a project lead (odonoghue at isoc dot org))

3. Mentoring

Match experienced IETF participants with newcomers and others wishing to further their engagement in order to aid their integration into the IETF community through advice, help, and collected wisdom. The guidance provided by the mentors should speed up the time it takes for participants to become active, contributing members of the IETF and to further their goals in reaching the next level of participation. This project is currently in the process of operationalizing the mentoring and speed mentoring programs. Additional experiments are ongoing related to regional mentoring and Internet draft review teams. These may be defined as separate projects or be maintained within the context of the this project.

Project Lead: Nalini Elkins (nalini dot elkins at insidethestack dot com)

4. Assessment Metrics and Measurement

Define the desired outcomes and metrics to ensure the directorate is making progress. Develop a plan and processes to regularly assess how well current activities are working for target audiences and what other activities might be useful.

Project Lead: (TBD) (Karen O'Donoghue for initial metrics and finding a project lead (odonoghue at isoc dot org))

5. EDU Team Online Content Assessment and Reorganization

Reorganize existing educational materials to make sure the most current and relevant materials are easily accessible via www.ietf.org and other channels (such as the IETF YouTube? channel), and that other EDU Team content is properly archived. Existing content includes video tutorials, web pages, and presentation slides. This is a short term task that once completed will be maintained as part of the ongoing document maintenance project.

Project Lead: Greg Wood (wood at isoc dot org)

6. WG Chairs Forum

Provide training and a discussion forum to facilitate the development of effective IETF WG Chairs. This project is focused on evolving the F2F WG chairs activities.

Project Lead: Karen O’Donoghue (odonoghue at isoc dot org)

7. Ongoing Document Maintenance

Update and provide ongoing editorship for core documents for IETF newcomers. Develop new materials and retire old materials based on information about their effectiveness. Manage translation, as required. Documents include:

  • Tao of the IETF
  • Newcomers pages on the IETF website
  • General “About the IETF” documents

Project Lead: (TBD) (Greg Wood temporarily (wood at isoc dot org))

Potential Future Projects:

In addition to the established projects discussed above, this directorate plans to identify various experiments in this space. There will be a light weight process defined to frame an experiment. Those experiments that are successful will then be operationalized as appropriate. Some of the projects being discussed in this space include:

  1. Webinars
  2. IETF Labs
  3. Education and Mentoring in support of University Outreach
  4. Education and Mentoring in support of Open Source Project Outreach
  5. Education and Mentoring in support of New Region Outrea

Contact Information:

Coordinator:
Karen O'Donoghue (odonoghue at isoc dot org)

General Area Director:
Jari Arkko (jari dot arkko at piuha dot net)

Mailing Lists:

Education Team: edu-team@…
Archive: https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/edu-team

General Discussion: edu-discuss@…
Subscribe/Archive?: https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/edu-discuss

Education Team Web Site:
http://edu.ietf.org/

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