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|| Welcome to this spoken tutorial on “Guidelines for a Campus Ambassador Programme of Spoken Tutorial Project”
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| The "Campus Ambassador Programme" is ...
- Aimed at energetic, enthusiastic, and passionate students.
- They will be the face of Spoken Tutorials in their colleges/campuses.
- They will help spread awareness about this project.
Their primary tasks will be -
- To encourage the students and faculty in their college
- To contribute towards the creation and dubbing of Spoken Tutorials.
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| The following are the eligibility criteria to become our Campus Ambassador -
- A student of second year UG level or higher
- Has a good academic performance
- Established performance in organising events
- Commitment for one year
- Motivated and driven to meet targets
- Readiness to select the successor Campus Ambassador in the next year
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| If you fulfil the eligibility criteria to become a Campus Ambassador, then all you have to do is enrol with us.
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Open tab http://spoken-tutorial.org/Campus_Ambassador_Programme
| To do so, please visit this web-page
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|| Click on Requisition Form.
This will open the Campus Ambassador Requisition Form.
| Scroll down the page and point to Submit button
|| Please fill in all the details and click on Submit
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|| You will receive a welcome mail from the Spoken Tutorial Team.
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|| Your status will be provisional at this point.
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|| Your first task as a provisional Campus Ambassador is -
- To conduct a workshop in your own college
- Using the Basic Level Spoken Tutorials available on LaTeX, Scilab, Python, Linux+Ubuntu or Orca.
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|| The workshop can be conducted through the student clubs or by the college.
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|| A minimum of 25 participants are required for the workshop.
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|| * The participants should be requested to bring along their own ear-phones.
- In order to listen to the Spoken Tutorials
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|| As provisional Campus Ambassador you have to do the publicity for the workshop using posters and brochures.
These will be couriered to you by the Spoken Tutorial team.
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|| A list of participants, date, time and venue of the workshop should be mailed to the Spoken Tutorial team.
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|| Permission letter, if required, for conducting the workshop, may be issued by the project
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|| The workshop will be conducted remotely using “Skype” or “A-view” software by the Spoken Tutorial team from IIT Bombay.
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|| There will be a resource person for the chosen FOSS available at IIT Bombay throughout the workshop.
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|| * On successful completion of the workshop, a certificate will be awarded
- Citing details of the workshop conducted
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|| The provisional Campus Ambassador will later
- be invited to IIT Bombay along with fellow provisional Campus Ambassadors from other colleges
- for a 1-day workshop on Spoken Tutorial Technology.
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|| Second class sleeper fare will be reimbursed to them for the same.
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|| The workshop will begin at 9:30am and end at 4:30pm.
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|| At the end of the workshop, each participant will receive a certificate of participation.
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|| Within 15 days of attending a workshop, the provisional Campus Ambassadors are to create or dub a spoken tutorial.
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|| On successfully doing so, their status will change from provisional to confirmed.
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|| They will also receive a cash reward of Rs.5000 along with the honorarium for the submitted tutorial.
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|| This amount is payable on completion of 3 spoken tutorials.
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|| From this stage onward their tasks and responsibilities as Campus Ambassadors begin.
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| The following are the responsibilities of Campus Ambassadors
- Popularise the concept of Spoken Tutorials
- Help identify experts and novices and translators
- Identify contributors for Spoken Tutorials
- Coordinate the generation of Spoken Tutorials for an honorarium
- Help create many Spoken Tutorials in a year
- Build a rapport with the contributors
- Coordinate your community of contributors
- Organise FOSS workshops with Spoken Tutorials
- Organise Spoken Tutorial sponsored events
- Coordinate with the project for Campus Fests
- Write blogs, announce events in the mailing list, etc.
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| You may also get all this information in the brochure available on our website.
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|| As Campus Ambassadors, you have to coordinate the following instructional activities
- Creating outlines
- Creating scripts
- Ensuring self-learning
- Conducting workshops
- Conducting online exams etc.
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| While working as Campus Ambassadors, you will get trained in the following skills -
- Mentoring others
- Networking with other Campus Ambassadors
- The benefits of this program are excellent
- The networking opportunities are tremendous
- Creating educational content and using them
- Conducting workshops and certifying
- Carrying out local and national campaigns
- Suggesting innovative merchandise/gifts
- Improving your marketing skills
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| On becoming our Campus Ambassadors, you will receive the following -
- Merchandise and gifts for distribution
- Performance based incentive schemes
- Financial help to present Spoken Tutorial project based papers in conferences
- The coveted Spoken Tutorial Campus Ambassador Certificate after successful completion of one year.
- Name displayed on our website at http://spoken-tutorial.org/Campus_Ambassadors
- Attend Spoken Tutorial meetings and retreats at our expense
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| Apart from the physical items, you will also get the following additional benefits -
- Become the face of Spoken Tutorial in your campus
- Improve your leadership skills
- Get an opportunity to organise college events with our sponsorship
- Redefine yourself as an entrepreneur
- Be a part of the FOSS community
- Earn 10% of the total honorarium -
- of approved contributions, provided you help create a minimum of 50 Spoken Tutorials in a year
- And of course! This work will spread Digital Literacy across India
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|| This great work will help the society, too, in the following ways -
- Provide training to students of your college and other colleges
- Help build a brand for your college
- Help your college perform well in competitions that involve software
- Create awareness of IT technologies
- Learn numerical and symbolic computing (like Scilab and Python)
- Learn domain software (like ASCEND, NGSpice, and FreeCAD)
- Help create entrepreneurs from your locality
- Train children from your state through regional-language-based IT education
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|| This programme will help students..
- To do well in subject exams, projects and job interviews
- To do well in certification exams (e.g. RedHat certification)
- To learn a new software
- To improve English speaking skills
- To improve the command over one’s mother-tongue
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| All rights are reserved with Talk to a Teacher project under the creative commons license no. CC BY-NC 2.5.
The eligibility criteria, terms and conditions, and deliverables can be changed or withdrawn without any notification.
Please visit the following link for the latest information.
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| This brings us to the end of this tutorial on the Guidelines for a Campus Ambassador.
Spoken Tutorial Project is a part of the Talk to a Teacher project, supported by the National Mission on Education through ICT.
More information on the same is available at the following link http://spoken-tutorial.org/NMEICT-Intro.
This is Nancy and Shahid from IIT Bombay signing off. Thanks for joining.