Week 4: Engagement and Next Steps in Your Project



Introduction




Week 4 of LTP Training focuses on concepts and long-term maintenance of language projects. Discussions touch on data maintenance, inheritance, sovereignty, community engagement strategies, and backups.



Meeting Schedule



Date 

Time (To-From) 

Meeting Type 

Training Group 

Link to MeetingRecorded?

Sep 26, 2022 

10:00AM-11:00AM 

Regional 

Group G 

Click MeNo

Sep 26, 2022 

11:00AM-12:00PM 

Regional 

Group F 

Click MeNo

Sep 26, 2022 

2:00PM-3:00PM 

Regional 

Group E 

Click MeNo

Sep 27, 2022 

10:00AM-11:00AM 

Regional 

Group D 

Click MeNo

Sep 27, 2022 

11:00AM-12:00PM 

Regional 

Group C 

Click MeNo

Sep 27, 2022 

2:00PM-3:00PM 

Regional 

Group B 

Click MeNo

Sep 27, 2022 

3:00PM-4:00PM 

Regional 

Group A 

Click MeNo

Sep 28, 2022 

10:30AM-12:00PM 

Topics Webinar

All teams 

Click MeYes

Sep 29, 2022 

10:30AM-12:00PM 

Summary Webinar

All teams 

Click MeYes



Closing Week




Review the following articles to help complete the weekly tasks and enhance your project:

This week, we will look at:

Succession Planning & Inheritance

Copyright & Access Protocols 

Engagement & Additional Resources



Weekly Tasks




For teams with multiple components, please complete all relevant weekly tasks.

For teams with a FirstVoices Component, practice sharing FirstVoices! 

  • Show 1 person in your life how to access and navigate FirstVoices! 

For teams with a Digitization Component, brainstorm archival mobilization initiatives! 

  • Think of 5 places that could use your digitized resources!


If you have questions about engagement strategies or would like assistance brainstorming or planning community sharing events throughout your grant project, please contact kyra@fpcc.ca or ben@fpcc.ca. The LTP team is happy to help!



Webinar recording




Special Topics

Week 4 Summary

What's a Mind Map?

A mind map is a visual display of all the connections and networks you can come up with to connect topics, exercises, and activities. In our closing webinars, the LTP team often leads groups to all brainstorm together on how to mobilize, share, and connect language technology work with other language project and throughout the community.


For past examples, check out the images below:

FV 2019-2020FV 2020-2021LTP 2021-2022LTP 2022-2023