[p2pu-webcraft] How can we acknowledge Webcraft course and study group organisers' efforts?

Pippa Buchanan Pippa.Buchanan at gmail.com
Thu May 12 12:36:59 UTC 2011

Creating, developing and coordinating study groups and courses takes a huge
amount of effort. School of Webcraft is incredibly grateful for all those
people who stick with their course ideas from conception through to
completion.  @e're so happy that you recognise SoW is important and continue
to volunteer your time, knowledge and energy to the project.

I'd like to be able to best recognise the achievements of organisers and
would like input of the Webcraft community in working out how we can best
thank past organisers, and to continuously recognise future group

   - Do you want certificates or something physical to hold and show people?

   - Would you like to earn badges that recognise your achievements as an
   - Would you appreciate letters of reference to future employers that
   acknowledge the skills you developed as an organiser, in addition to the
   technical knowledge you set out to learn?
   - Do you want a thank you letter signed by your participants?
   - Do you want fame? Would you like to be interviewed and made famous in
   the world of Webcraft, P2PU and Mozilla?

In identifying how we can recognise your achievements I think we can also
start a parallel discussion about motivations for your involvement in P2PU.

   - Did you do this to learn more about the topic your course was on?
   - To meet and help new people?
   - To develop specific skills in online facilitation?

I'd love to hear your feedback about this - it will really help us as we
continue to invite new people into the community.

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