----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2008 2:16
Subject: Re: 7/29 K20 Fall MM planning
Here's what I have . . .
Attending: Dan, Jennifer, Ann, and Randy
Everyone agreed the meeting agenda is shaping up well
The group discussed the addition of the KC3 project - CILC and Jan
discussed the inclusion of interactive introductions or another community
building exercise to promote further involvement in the agenda and outcomes of
discussed inclusion of a brief videoconference with Point of Contact -
Linda Rosenblum, National Park Service at the Brown v. Board of Education
National Historic Site
discussed the inclusion of an overview (session teaser) for
the Educause presentation proposed for the MM T&L track on Effective
discussed the inclusion of presentation/overview of Internet2's Health
Sciences Initiative and further discussion of opportunities to
Ann will discuss the meeting timeframe with presenters from the OSC
Electron Microscopy Demo Overview as included on the K20 agenda
There was general consensus that we want to proceed with the items above
not already included on the agenda.
Sorry so brief, I tried to capture what I could - others please
add/edit/change or agree - then we can post to the wiki and continue to work
on the agenda there.
>>> On 7/29/2008 at 4:04 PM, in message
<00ad01c8f1be$b6bbcb60$>, "James Werle"
Dan, great! glad you're willing to do a cool
apps tour. Not sure if we have to be slave to I2-enabled apps but given
the event and audience it would make sense to select from those that would
benefit from I2 connectivity or are useful in communicating opportunities
avaialble on I2. Hey, you could even toss in a couple cool features of
Muse ! (if deemed worthy - :) If you dare enter the virtual
world space, it might be interesting to illustrate what's going on beyond
second life, perhaps attempt to answer the classic question "ok, i'm here, i
get it, but now what? and to what end? just my two
You mentioned collecting presentations in
advance. I've had the best luck in the past by cornering the
speaker before their presentaiton and offering to "drive". that way i
get a copy and it makes their life a little easier. it can
be chaotic during the event (running to grab chairs, taking
notes, greeting/welcoming people, etc.) that i sometimes can't get
around to everyone. perhaps this time we can find someone willing
to volunteer as "speaker greeter and presentation wrangler"? that way we
have everything we need to document/archive the day's proceedings and
make it immediately available online.
Did anyone take notes today? I'm anxious to hear
the latest planning developments!!
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2008 7:00
Subject: RE: 7/29 K20 Fall MM planning
I guess I should go to camp more often and not show up! This looks great so
biggest gripe/concern will be that all presenters know this time that they
need to turn in slides or materials, or a version thereof suitable for
publishing, to James or me at the start of the meeting. That is a pretty
minor thing BUT it would be great if we could have it out there as we invite
these folks and they plan their presos.
I would be happy to talk about Cool New Apps do they have to be I2
had hoped to have my new handler, Andreas replacement, John Pederson, talk
about Web2.0 stuff and how social networking is being used but (and this
doesnt leave this group, please!) he is coming up much less than interested
in Internet2 and conferences, etc. Were not talking as much as I had hoped.
John brings some great skills to the table, but unfortunately his interests
seem to be pretty concentrated within those skills at this point. As for me,
Im rather an outsider when it comes to this stuff. Dave Lois makes these
decisions, and since I dont actually work for WiscNet, there isnt a whole
lot I can do or say other than ride along
Im sure well get there again at some point
From: James Werle
Sent: Monday, July 28, 2008 7:04
Subject: 7/29 K20
Fall MM planning meeting
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taken an initial stab at arranging our agenda ideas to date on a timeline
and assigning specific on the team to organize each item.
the time slots have been filled and we can change the time allocations as
needed. It feels like I've missed a few good ideas, have a look and
feel free to refine what is there and fill in the gaps.
Unfortunately, I'm not able to
make the meeting tomorrow (conflicting UW commitment this
week). I'll catch up with Randy