Thread Subject: Re: Task Force Training and Report
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From: Gregg Vanderheiden
Date: Mon, Nov 06 2006 4:55 PM
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I think the lunch bit is good. Brief coverage in plenary with more
extensive at lunch.
Gregg C Vanderheiden Ph.D.
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> Subject: Re: [teitac-tools] Task Force Training and Report
> On 11/6/06, Jim Tobias < = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = > wrote:
> > I thought we were looking for a way to do this so that only
> people who
> > needed support got it, not in a plenary. I'm concerend about being
> > perceived as not responsive to people's concerns about
> having plenary
> > time "wasted", at least for those individuals who are not having a
> > problem with the tools.
> I know this issue was raised previously. I'm just responding
> to what was requested of me and what is currently on the
> meeting agenda. I'm happy to spend my time wherever the group
> feels it will be most beneficial, whether during the
> allocated time, during a lunch break, or another time
> altogether. While I can understand that the more technical
> folks may see this as a waste of time, there are many that
> would benefit from having the training within the main meeting time.
> And it would certainly be nice to have everyone's attention
> for at least some time - the small amount of time that I have
> to spend supporting these tools is now almost entirely being
> spent answering tech support questions ("How do I send a
> message to the list?") and fixing people's mistakes (not
> securing RCC or not posting meetings to the calendar). I feel
> that taking 30 minutes of everyone's time at the meeting
> would save me (and probably many others) hours of time and
> loads of frustration later.
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