Stage 2 Activities

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Objectives

Participants completing the Stage 2 workshop will be able to:

  • Describe the variety of learning activities that student participation in HFOSS projects may include
  • Implement HFOSS activities appropriate for a particular curriculum and student population
  • Explain challenges and opportunities of student HFOSS participation
  • Discuss key aspects of FOSS culture and process
  • Use a selection of tools common in HFOSS projects
  • Select an HFOSS project well-suited for student participation
  • Identify key sources of information for learning about HFOSS
  • Identify other participants with similar ideas about applying HFOSS
  • Participate in POSSE Stage 3

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Schedule 2017-11 POSSE Raleigh

Below is the schedule for the during-workshop activities.

Time Activity Team
Day 1 (Afternoon and Evening)
1:30 PM Leave the hotel for POSSE All
2:00 1.1 Welcome
  • Plan for the day
  • Welcome to Raleigh
  • Introducing everyone
  • Workshop overview and schedule
Greg, Clif
2:45 1.2 HFOSS in Education - (Activity 75 minutes, Slides 15 minutes)
  • 50 Ways to be a FOSSer
  • Exploration of student contributions
Clif, Heidi
4:15 BREAK - Bryan Behrenshausen - Foundations of Open Source course, Opensource.com All
4:30 1.3 HFOSS Process and Tools
  • How tools fit and support HFOSS culture
  • Upstream Adoption
  • Licensing - Tom Callaway
Darci, Tom
5:15 Dinner - working / social dinner All
6:15 1.4 Git Intro Activity Darci, Heidi
8:00 Return to the hotel All
8:30 Social Hour - Optional All
Day 2
7:45 Leave the hotel for POSSE All
8:00 Breakfast All
8:30 2.1 Approach to HFOSS Learning
  • POGIL
  • Pathways
Greg, Clif
9:15 2.2 GitHub Workflow Activity Darci, Heidi Greg
Take Break When Convenient All
11:00 2.3 Understanding Open Source Communities
  • Perspective on basic characteristics common in HFOSS communities
    • FOSSisms that capture FOSS culture and methods
Clif, Heidi
12:00 Zhewei Hu, NC State Ph.D. Student - a study of 350 open-source projects done by students in OODD class over five years
12:30 Lunch - All
1:30 2.4 HFOSS in the Curriculum Activity (60 minutes)
  • Discussion (15 minutes)
    • Options for getting started in courses
    • HFOSS beyond the curriculum
    • Trying to find the right size student project
    • Evaluating student work
    • Instructional style: mentoring vs. lecturing; instructor as co-learner
Clif, Josh
2:30 2.5 Project Evaluation Activity
  • Review critical criteria for a chosen project
  • Go through secondary criteria for chosen project (if time permits)
Greg, Darci
3:15 Break - Tour of Red Hat All
3:45 2.6 Planning for HFOSS Participation
  • Form groups (based either on courses or HFOSS projects)
  • In each group:
    • Download and install dev environment for HFOSS project if appropriate
    • Identify three things that you would like to get done by the end of POSSE
    • Plan a schedule for accomplishing these
Heidi
6:00 Dinner All
Day 3
7:45 Leave the hotel (checkout first) All
8:00 Breakfast All
8:30 3.1 Understanding POSSE Stage 3
  • Experience reports
Greg, Josh, Robert, Howard
9:30

3.2 Sharing HFOSS Learning Activities

  • Review of Activity Template
  • Group work
Heidi
10:30 Break All
10:45 3.2 Sharing HFOSS Learning Activities - Continued All
12:00 Lunch - Lunch Entertainment: Evaluation Form All
12:45 3.2 Sharing HFOSS Learning Activities - Continued
  • Groups report back on work done before lunch
  • Groups continue to work
All
1:45 3.3 Stage 3 - First Steps
  • What will the group do together?
  • Plan some initial activities (faculty only or faculty and students)
  • Discuss group communication
Heidi, Greg
2:45 3.4 Going Forward
  • Evaluation form
  • Open discussion
  • Closing remarks
Greg
3:30 End - shuttles and taxi to airport All

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