SOFASOS 2020/2021Transtion Q2-2020, - Coggle Diagram
What are the Crash Courses 'lessons learned' from Period 4-5 that we can take for a potential 'Corona Year'?
What do we need to prepare to 'expand and tackle'. . .
. . . 'Digital Society' Year 1 Crash Courses
Arts & Culture/European Studies Year 2 Crash Courses
What would we need to do to try and get student tutors some pedagogical training and standards?
How can we prep now for a future International Masters Fair?
What are the 'digital channels' we should invest in?
Is FB over?
How could we collab with Student Reps?
What do we need from the faculty?
Should we expand the role's traditional responsibilities? (e.g. make it 'morph' into a 'External Engagement'/Secretariat role/committee)
How can we position ourselves to get sponsors outside UM?
How can we prepare for a potential 'Corona Year'? What does that mean for the roles?
OPEN QUESTIONS TO ALL
How are other student
organised. . .
. . . across UM
. . . outside UM
How to engage with other student
Membership model: what should be the way forward?
'Ways of working'
Which 'communication and collaboration platform'? (e.g. MS Teams?)
Working hours? (e.g. redlines, etc.)
How can we 'connect with broader civil society'? (e.g. writers, activists, etc.)
What policies do we support as an orgainsation? (e.g. recorded lectures, study spaces, etc.)
Website, emails, file storage: how can we 'revamp'
Do we need 'Committees' with 'Committee Members'?
Do we need the 'SOFASOS office'?
How can we get involved with UM's Student Project Team?
How can we 'improve the student experience/journey'?
Integrate with other faculty student bodies?
(e.g. Student Reps, EuroTeachers, Mozaik)
Review quality of transition/handover
Think about "what would success look like?" for you, your role and SOFASOS over the next year
Set individual goals/'job description' and 'team goals'
Create monthly 'team survey' to see how we develop over time
What resources do you need to 'unleash' your own development?
(e.g. equipment, courses, etc.)
Map: SOFASOS (short) history, and summary of 'areas of competence'