Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of EduMProjects


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    1515Project Lead: (TBD) (Karen O'Donoghue for roadmap and finding a project lead (odonoghue at isoc dot org))       
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    17 '''3.   Mentoring'''
     17'''3.   Guides'''
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    19 The IETF mentoring project aims to introduce newcomers to the IETF to experienced participants through two sub-programs:
     19The IETF guides project aims to introduce newcomers to the IETF to experienced participants through two sub-programs:
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    2121'''IETF Quick Connections:''' An hour long session pairing 20 newcomers and 20 experienced participants in short 5-10 minute rotational rounds.  It has a goal of getting friendly faces to warmly welcome newcomers to their first IETF and pass off a tip or two to first time visitors.
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    23 ''Operational Plan:'' Starting a few weeks before an IETF, request participants from both seasoned IETF members and newcomers.  Hold a session an hour before the newcomers meet and greet.
     23''Operational Plan:'' Starting a few weeks before an IETF, request participants from both seasoned IETF members and newcomers.  Hold a session an hour before the opening reception.
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    25 ''Longer term goals:'' Work toward a format that best suits the needs of the newcomers and suitably attracts the needed mentors.
     25''Longer term goals:'' Work toward a format that best suits the needs of the newcomers and suitably attracts the needed guides.
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    27 '''Mentoring Program:''' Goal: match seasoned IETF participants with newcomers at the start of the IETF week, providing the newcomer with a helpful resource to get them started in their IETF week.  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.
     27'''Guides Program:''' Goal: match seasoned IETF participants with newcomers at the start of the IETF week, providing the newcomer with a helpful resource to get them started in their IETF week.  The advice and introduction provided by the guides 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.
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    29 ''Operational Plan:'' Starting a few weeks before an IETF, the Mentoring Team leads will send out a survey to IETF participants to recruit previous and new ''mentors'' and will send out a survey to the newcomers mailing list for people that wish to be paired with a mentor.  Both surveys will include questions to help pair mentors with similar-minded individuals.
     29''Operational Plan:'' Starting a few weeks before an IETF, the Guides Team leads will send out a request to IETF participants to recruit previous and new ''guides'' at https://guides.ietf.org/.  Another note  will be sent to the newcomers mailing list for people that wish to be paired with a guides to also register at https://guides.ietf.org/ .  This site allows both guides and participants to indicate subjects of interest, countries and languages they associate with, and other background information that helps the Guides Leads perform appropriate pairing.
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    31 ''Longer term goals:'' Develop and document the mentoring process in an open and transparent manner (eg, on this wiki), recruit a set of mentors willing to participate in the program on a regular basis, develop starting documentation to hand to mentors about topics they wish to communicate about with their mentee, and to create a founding basis that will be a sustainable program over the future guided by input from all mentoring participants (IETF leadership, mentors and mentees).
     31''Longer term goals:'' Develop and document the guides process in an open and transparent manner (eg, on this wiki), recruit a set of guides willing to participate in the program on a regular basis, develop starting documentation to hand to guides about topics they wish to communicate about with their partipant(s), and to create a founding basis that will be a sustainable program over the future guided by input from all participants (IETF leadership, mentors and guides participants).
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    33 Project Leads: Niels ten Oever and Wes Hardaker (ietf at hardakers dot net)             
     33Project Leads: Wes Hardaker (ietf at hardakers dot dot net), Barbara Stark (bs7652 at att dot com), and Paul Wouters (paul at nohats dot ca).
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     35'''Regional Guides:'''  Although not an official edu-team project, a number of volunteers have offered to help newcomers from their region get introduced to the IETF.  More information can be found on the [[RegionalGuides page]].
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    3537'''4.   Assessment Metrics and Measurement'''