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I would prefere to separate the "Learning modules for "bootstrapping" ..." with the moduls "How to participate..." and "How to create a learning and/or research module?" from the TAO/Activities like silver knowledge; I propose a own subsite from TAO! --Marquard Markus 17:41, 30 November 2011 (UTC)Reply

Comments & questions: Overview of the TAO Community Activities[edit source]

  • What are the E-Learning /Blended Learning activities of Free Cruise on the Internet? Is it the same like the e-learning (SenCH) - activities with the Co-Creation workshops in Bern and Zürich? If they are different activities, the table is okay; if they are the same activities, I would prefere to make a difefrence between FFI and the e-learning activities. --Marquard Markus 05:30, 1 February 2012 (UTC)Reply
I've raised that issue with Seniorweb CH. For me, it would also make sense to distinguish them; I'm however not sure yet how it will be anchored within the organization. --Beat Estermann 09:13, 23 February 2012 (UTC)Reply
  • Community of Practice: we have such activities by FFI and Living Lab Project; by wikiversity we are also use the term "Community of Practice"? It is unclear, what are the differents? From the point of ressources is it helpful, if we bring it together? --Marquard Markus 05:30, 1 February 2012 (UTC)Reply
In terms of developing Best Practices, it certainly makes sense; for the rest, we'll need to see to what extent there are possible win-win situations between the different communities of practice. --Beat Estermann 09:13, 23 February 2012 (UTC)Reply
  • Wiki loves Monuments: do we have any concrete activity by the Photo contest 2011 which is connecting with TAO? I kow only from the workshop in Potsdam with was part of Silver Knowledge. How can we document the connect beetween Wiki loves Monuments 2011 and TAO? --Marquard Markus 05:30, 1 February 2012 (UTC)Reply
See: What is still missing, is some kind of evaluation. Possibly, Patrick and Karen will get engaged in this direction. --Beat Estermann 09:13, 23 February 2012 (UTC)Reply

To do[edit source]

  • Take the various existing project activities as a starting point to describe learning and research activities that lead to outputs that may be used as inputs for the handbook.
under way... --Beat Estermann 13:23, 3 November 2011 (UTC)Reply
  • Describe the processes by which know-how is generated, validated and brought into a form that fits the handbook
  • Develop a "maturity" model for the learning modules.

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