- Initial meeting
- establish high level project goal: make it easier to teach robotics with turtlebot
- Preliminary research - start looking through online courses and tutorials (ROS and TurtleBot) → start thinking of ways to index courses (metadata)
- Set up blog
- Start thinking about how to engage the ros-sig-education. (What to send out? What to ask community for? How would ongoing collaboration work?)
- Contact education SIG collaborators - explain project and invite input
- Email with Bill Smart - see if we can collaborate with his proposal: we set up infrastructure, he and other educators fill in the course content
- First draft project timeline by Friday
- look into Git web repo as possible platform for website and produce example website (Tully)
- Start writing down taxonomy/indexing for courses by end of week
- Start looking for other robotics (or just online) course resources
- ex: Khan Academy
- More feedback
- first draft of initial indices for categorizing courses and/or course material - May 16
- By Wednesday, populate Tully's Git web repository with intro to ROS course material
- Send out site to collaborators and test it out/gather feedback
- Come up with some cool/relevant challenges to include in the site?
- Blog video should be up and done!
- Website should be up and running!