[talk-ph] OSM Module Sprint May 30-June 1, 2014 (Re: Module development and Trainors Training Workshop)

maning sambale emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com
Tue May 27 11:26:16 UTC 2014


Dear everyone,

Once again, we invite you for the upcoming module sprint on May 30-June 1, 2014.
Details below:

Sprint days: May 30 - June 1
Venue: ESSC Manila Office

General idea on what will be developed:

Content
* Improve overall learnosm sections specifically:
  - tasking manager
  - hot-export
  - GPS
* New material to be developed -  Mobile mapping tools
* Develop learning framework -  use SD4CP as an initial basis
* Develop TNA
* Format and Printing
  - adopt markdown and submit possible new section to learnOSM.
  - find a way to print as pdf

Our Office is in Manila Observatory: http://www.openstreetmap.org/?way=25850724
Full address:
Environmental Science for Social Change
1/F Manila Observatory Building, Ateneo de Manila University,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108, Philippines
my cellphone number is +639062950500

Please send me a message if you want to join.

The actual trainors training workshop will be on June 10-13.
Details on logistics soon.  If you need a formal invitation, let me know.

On Wed, May 14, 2014 at 6:51 PM, maning sambale
<emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear everyone,
>
> Below are the planned activities for Trainors Training Workshops:
>
> 1. Module development sprint. This will be an in-person sprint with
> HOT and OSM Indonesia.
> Venue: ESSC QC Office May 30 - June 1, 2014
>
> 2. Conduct of Trainors Training Workshop. Venue: to be determined. Jun
> 9-13, 2014
>
> Everyone is invited to participate.  We hope that by the end of this
> activities, we have a full set of training modules you can use to run
> OSM workshops.
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: maning sambale <emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com>
> Date: Fri, Apr 25, 2014 at 6:40 PM
> Subject: Re: [talk-ph] Increasing demand for OSM talks and workshops
> To: osm-ph <talk-ph at openstreetmap.org>
>
>
> Dear everyone,
>
> As a follow-up on this discussion.  ESSC in partnership with the
> Humanitarian OSM Team, OSM Indonesia and WB will kickstart this idea.
>
> The general plan is:
> 1. Develop a trainors training manual by consolidating existing
> materials and experiences from previous training activities in teh
> Philippines and Indonesia.
> 2. Run a TOT workshop for groups and individual interested to be a an
> OSM trainor/facilitator.
>
> More details soon.  Of course, we invite the whole community to
> participate both in the development of the materials and the test run
> itself.
> Resources are limited for the test run training so if there a groups
> interested to pool in resources do let us know.
>
> Timeline: May-June 2014.
>
> More ideas welcome.
>
>
> On Thu, Feb 6, 2014 at 11:01 PM, Robert Banick <rbanick at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Maning et al,
>>
>> The American Red Cross would love to partner with OSM-PH on any trainings we
>> develop and conduct. We've done OSM trainings before elsewhere and have some
>> materials and approaches that we can pull across to the Philippines. If
>> anything the Philippines is easier because English fluency is much higher
>> than many places we go.
>>
>> We're on the verge of submitting our formal plan to get this done and then
>> we'll be working out the resourcing, so it could be some months.
>>
>> One thing we try to do within the Red Cross is connect OSM to projects or
>> activities that National Societies do on a regular basis. This helps ensure
>> that the training gets used. We need to talk with the Philippines Red Cross
>> and identify some high-value use cases that we can plug OSM into. Dale might
>> be able to contribute more thoughts on that.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Robert
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Thu, Feb 6, 2014 at 6:41 AM, maning sambale <emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Dear everyone,
>>>
>>> Great discussion!
>>>
>>> First, coming from a 4-day road trip from Leyte and Samar for our
>>> internal assessment ~3 months after Yolanda, remote training is not
>>> really the best option.
>>> In many areas, 3g connection is non-existent so, we need to find ways
>>> on how to do on site training under these conditions especially for
>>> LGUs interested to use OSM.
>>>
>>> Let me try to summarize the action points.  From the thread I see the
>>> following activites we need to do.
>>>
>>> 1. Create a suite of materials for promotion and lightning talks about
>>> OSM.  This will be used as basic intro to OSM, whenever a group
>>> invites us to speak.
>>> I created a stub github repo for this [0].  Feel free to add slides,
>>> brochures and whatever materials you think is useful.
>>>
>>> 2. Design a training/workshop package which OSM trainors can use.
>>> Possible content/module can be:
>>>  - Basic overview to OSM
>>>  - Basic data collection and editing workflow
>>>  - Specific modules on using OSM depending on use cases (i.e. LGU,
>>> NGO, DRR, etc.)
>>>
>>> We (essc) have already developed an initial training design and
>>> materials for our Pampanga project.  We can use this as an initial
>>> draft of the modules.
>>> We also have learnosm.org as another resource.  A major topic
>>> mentioned here is how to collect data using smartphones, maybe this
>>> will be one major content we need develop.
>>>
>>> HOT-Id have more experience in doing OSM trainings, perhaps we can do
>>> knowledge sharing with them as we develop the design and content?
>>> @Kate, how can we do this?  What resources is needed?
>>>
>>> American Red Cross is also planning to do OSM trainings. @Robert, any
>>> possibilities on developing this together with OSM-PH?
>>>
>>> 3. Run a trainors training/workshop to interested OSM trainors.
>>>
>>> 4. Design a communication protocol to remotely support either the
>>> local trainors or the participants after the conduct of training
>>> (options mentioned are skype, mumble, teamviewer).  Or do follow-up
>>> visits if possible?
>>>
>>> Sounds like a plan!  Please add anything I missed.
>>>
>>> [0] https://github.com/OSMPH/promo_materials
>>>
>>>
>>> On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 4:20 PM, Mark Cupitt <markcupitt at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> >
>>> > Kate, I think that once the relationship has been built, that followup
>>> > using tools like TeamViewer is very practical. That app  has a some great
>>> > features, including group sessions, and is free for non commercial use, nd I
>>> > am sure there is other alternatives out there just as good.. We have used
>>> > Teamviewer as a training and support aid over the past year, but generally
>>> > after face to face sessions are done. being able to put a face to the person
>>> > on the other end of a remote session is still important IMHO
>>> >
>>> > This leads into the next obvious step where the trainer becomes the
>>> > Mentor to a group of people. In the HOT environment, this person could
>>> > become the verifier for work done by his group, etc as the connection
>>> > between individuals has already been made and feedback on standards for
>>> > tagging can be easily communicated
>>> >
>>> > Cheers
>>> > Mark
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > Regards
>>> >
>>> > Mark Cupitt
>>> >
>>> > "If we change the world, let it bear the mark of our intelligence"
>>> >
>>> > See me on LinkedIn
>>> >
>>> > See me on StackExchange
>>> >
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>>> > On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 1:26 PM, Kate Chapman <kate at maploser.com> wrote:
>>> >>
>>> >> Hi All,
>>> >>
>>> >> We have faced similar challenged in Indonesia. Typically with our
>>> >> trainings someone runs the powerpoint and talks at the front but then
>>> >> we have other trainers around the trainees looking for problems and
>>> >> providing help. There are also times we break into small groups. The
>>> >> small groups can sometimes be limited by the lack of a way to show
>>> >> everyone the instructors screen though. Typically we try to use two
>>> >> projectors (I know a luxury) one shows the slides on the topic and the
>>> >> other walks people through what to actual click.
>>> >> On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 12:13 PM, Jim Morgan <jim at datalude.com> wrote:
>>> >> > On 01/31/2014 09:18 AM, Eugene Alvin Villar wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Also, I've noticed that Filipinos generally prefer face-to-face
>>> >> >> interaction. I've seen countless times where you ask the audience if
>>> >> >> they
>>> >> >> have any questions and nobody would raise their hands. But after the
>>> >> >> lecture
>>> >> >> is over, a few people would approach the lecturer and then ask
>>> >> >> questions.
>>> >> >> This kind of interaction would be hard to do online.
>>> >> >
>>> >> > Point taken about the reticence of audiences here. I've held a few
>>> >> > meetings
>>> >> > here myself where its really hard to get input ... which has been the
>>> >> > whole
>>> >> > purpose of the meeting! But I think the group chat might actually
>>> >> > encourage
>>> >> > this. People actually seem to get braver when they're not putting
>>> >> > their hand
>>> >> > up in a roomful of people. Basically as the presenter is
>>> >> > demonstrating
>>> >> > something, questions appear in the group chat, and the presenter can
>>> >> > address
>>> >> > them when its convenient. It actually seems to work quite well. There
>>> >> > are
>>> >> > also options to send private messages by email which can be addressed
>>> >> > in the
>>> >> > Q&A session.
>>> >>
>>> >> How do you think doing remote training where an in person connection
>>> >> has already been made? For example if participants had taken part in a
>>> >> one or two day beginner class, but then could remotely receive
>>> >> follow-up training? Perhaps having the initial face to face would
>>> >> help.
>>> >>
>>> >> Best,
>>> >>
>>> >> -Kate
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> >
>>> >> > Anyway, just something to consider, and I'm just bouncing the idea
>>> >> > around.
>>> >> >
>>> >> > Jim
>>> >> >
>>> >> >
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