CAMEL – AESS Workshop
June 17, 2010, 8:30 – 12:00
David M. Hassenzahl
1) Introduce CAMEL to potential early contributors and users
2) Elicit feedback about how to make CAMEL useful to contributors and users
3) Provide individuals with an opportunity to develop materials for their classes
4) Identify contributors to and materials for the CAMEL website
I. Introductions (8:30 – 9:15)
a. Introduce participants: CAMEL personnel, attendees (name, institution, interests / needs)
b. Introduce CAMEL (Hassenzahl, heckled by Bloom and MacGregor)
i. History, Purpose
ii. Salient features, status
iii. Future plans
II. Content component (9:15 – 10:15)
a. Existing resource and needs (Bloom – 30 mins)
iv. Types of materials
b. Individual review - Existing framework Handout (10 mins)
c. Framework Discussion (20 mins)
i. Does this include what you do?
ii. How could you see using this?
iii. What do you have to contribute?
iv. Would you be interested in being a topic editor?
Break 10: 15 – 10:30
III. Worked example (Mynster – Colorado River water and Rocky Mountain Snowpack) 10:30 – 10:45
IV. Community Development (10:45 – 11:30)
a. Description:(Hassenzahl? 10 mins)
i. CAMEL community goals
ii. Web 2.0 / Trunity
b. Discussion in Groups of 3, sorted by Cause, Consequence, Solutions (20 mins)
i. What do you currently teach?
ii. What (if any) networks have you developed?
1. In person
iii. What sorts of Web 2.0 tools do you currently use?
iv. What sorts of Web 2.0 tools would you be interested in using?
c. Report back and synthesis (15 mins)
i. 90 seconds per group
V. Wrap-up (11:30 – 12:00)
a. Final comments / discussion (15 mins)
b. Survey (15 mins)
VI. Lunch with Trunity developer (12:00 - ?)