[p2pu-webcraft] Please review: default decline message for non Webcraft courses and groups
Alison Jean Cole
alisonjean.cole at gmail.com
Wed Jun 22 19:07:00 UTC 2011
Agree with Jessy's feedback.
*My hope is that denial will be a temporary process until we have a good
tagging system in place.*
Schools could then review courses tagged with their topics and invite them
to join the school. I would remove "select a school" from the course
creation process and replace it with tags. That way we avoid having a
negative system in place altogether.
On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 7:36 AM, Jessy Kate Schingler
<jessy at jessykate.com>wrote:
> i think it was for p2pu as a whole. i do like the idea that people who have
> questions could contact an individual person directly with their concerns or
> On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 9:44 AM, Pippa Buchanan <Pippa.Buchanan at gmail.com>wrote:
>> great feedback from jessy - but I accidentally deferred the message in the
>> moderation filter. sorry jessy!
>> switching the order of the explanation makes sense - thanks for pointing
>> that out!
>> re volunteer course mentors - i recall us discussing it, but it didn't go
>> much further then that. Was this meant to be a general P2PU approach or SoW
>> specific? Once we've got tags in place we'll also be able to point
>> organisers towards many other organsiers working on similar topics.
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: Jessy Kate Schingler <jessy at jessykate.com>
>> To: "School of Webcraft (Sow)" <p2pu-webcraft at lists.p2pu.org>
>> Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2011 08:43:49 -0400
>> Subject: Re: [p2pu-webcraft] Please review: default decline message for
>> non Webcraft courses and groups
>> cool :) here's a couple thoughts:
>> i would put the description about SoW and what differentiates it from p2pu
>> *before* your decline statement, so that when you say, "it doesn't fit"
>> you've already given the context for why.
>> also when you say "let the community know" i would have a link to an
>> individual person, as well a link to the mailing list. otherwise "community"
>> seems a bit vague. i imagine many people won';t want to join a mailing list
>> just to worksop their topic and if that's the only option, we might lose
>> them, so having a human is useful IMHO.
>> didn't we discuss the idea of having volunteer course mentors/contacts?
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