Neil Withnell, University of Salford @neilwithnell
Sheila MacNeill, Glasgow Caledonian University @sheilmcn
Alex Spiers, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine @alexgspiers
Chrissi Nerantzi, one of the BYOD4L course designers will support the team in the background.
We invite the BYOD4L community and particularly past participants to mentor other participants during the week mainly in the Google plus community and via Twitter #BYOD4L. If you would like to be one of our Mentors, please join the community and express an interest via the ‘Mentors wanted’ discussion which can be accessed HERE. At the end of #BYOD4L you will be able to provide evidence of your engagement as a mentor and claim the Mentor badge. This might also be useful if you are considering applying for Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Future BYOD4L iterations and open invite
Are you interested in becoming the next organisers & Facilitators
We are looking for experienced open practitioners from at least two different institutions who would be interesting in becoming the organisers and facilitators of the next iterations of BYOD4L. The basic idea behind this is to open the door to community-based organisation of future BYOD4L iterations so that there is increased flexibility when the course is offered throughout the year.
If you are interested, please send us a short message to Chrissi at c.nerantzi @ mmu.ac.uk (without the spaces) to express your interest to discuss this.