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[http://i3detroit.com/wi/index.php?title=Great_Global_Hackerspace_Challenge Original Proposal]
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[http://i3detroit.com/wi/index.php?title=Great_Global_Hackerspace_Challenge Original Proposal]  
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[http://www.i3detroit.com/i3detroit-call-for-teachers-great-global-hackerspace-challenge-2011 Blog Post with Call to Action Video] <br>
  
[http://www.i3detroit.com/i3detroit-call-for-teachers-great-global-hackerspace-challenge-2011 Blog Post with Call to Action Video]
 
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== Minutes  ==
 
== Minutes  ==
  
&nbsp;- Getting started in our first meeting:&nbsp;[[GGHC2011 2011-03-21|Monday, March 21st, 2011]]  
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&nbsp;- [[GGHC2011 2011-03-21|Monday, March 21st, 2011]] -&nbsp;Getting started in our first meeting  
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&nbsp;- [[GGHC2011 2011-03-26 Roeper|Monday,&nbsp;March 26th, 2011]] -&nbsp;Transcript of our meeting with Emery and Linda from Roeper
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&nbsp;- [[GGHC2011 2011-03-26|Monday, March 26th, 2011]] -&nbsp;Brainstorming after meeting with Emery and Linda
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== Blog Posts<br> ==
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[[GGHC2011 Week1_Blog|Week 1]] - Introduce your team (video would be a great way to do this), explain your hackerspace's philosophy, and provide a top level summary of your first week
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[[GGHC2011 Week2_Blog|Week 2]] - Provide a basic outline of the materials you will be using in your build and any key challenges you anticipate
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[[GGHC2011 Week3_Blog|Week 3]] - Provide an update on the status of your build and quick summary of obstacles encountered and how they are being addressed
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[[GGHC2011 Week4_Blog|Week 4]] - Is everything going to plan? Perhaps provide footage of a visit to an educational institution you're working with
  
&nbsp;- Transcript of our meeting with Emery and Linda from Roeper: [[GGHC2011 2011-03-26_Roeper|Monday,&nbsp;March 26th, 2011]]
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[[GGHC2011 Week5_Blog|Week 5]] - In your penultimate week provide a review of the challenge to date. Is the pressure on? What have you learned?
  
&nbsp;- Brainstorming after meeting with Emery and Linda:&nbsp;[[GGHC2011 2011-03-26|Monday, March 26th, 2011]]
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[[GGHC2011 Week6_Blog|Week 6]] - This is the time to really showcase your build, why it works and what features make it stand out<br>

Revision as of 14:19, 27 March 2011

Original Proposal

Blog Post with Call to Action Video

Minutes

 - Monday, March 21st, 2011 - Getting started in our first meeting

 - Monday, March 26th, 2011 - Transcript of our meeting with Emery and Linda from Roeper

 - Monday, March 26th, 2011 - Brainstorming after meeting with Emery and Linda


Blog Posts

Week 1 - Introduce your team (video would be a great way to do this), explain your hackerspace's philosophy, and provide a top level summary of your first week

Week 2 - Provide a basic outline of the materials you will be using in your build and any key challenges you anticipate

Week 3 - Provide an update on the status of your build and quick summary of obstacles encountered and how they are being addressed

Week 4 - Is everything going to plan? Perhaps provide footage of a visit to an educational institution you're working with

Week 5 - In your penultimate week provide a review of the challenge to date. Is the pressure on? What have you learned?

Week 6 - This is the time to really showcase your build, why it works and what features make it stand out