You can communicate privately with other community members using your personal Messaging inbox. Head to the Our Community page to access your profile, then choose the Messaging tab to read and send your messages.
If you have any questions about how to access or use the Ideas Jam platform, please get in touch with The Friday Collective at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions relating to the goals and processes of the 2021 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap, please get in touch with the 2021 Roadmap Taskforce at email@example.com.
No, not at all. Ideas Jams are just one of the ways we will be engaging with you throughout 2021.Take a look at the 2021 Roadmap website to see all the different ways you can get involved.
All the ideas published on the Ideas Jam platform will be reviewed by the 2021 Roadmap Expert Working Group, and will inform the development of the Exposure Draft of the 2021 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap. Some ideas, or groups of ideas, may be discussed in more detail in future Virtual Events.
Once you’ve published an idea, scroll down to the comments box at the bottom of the page and click on the tab labelled ‘Moderators and Authors’. You and the challenge moderators can exchange private messages here. Any comments that you want to be publicly visible should be posted in the tab labelled ‘Public’.
The moderators of each challenge are listed on the challenge page, at the bottom of the brief. Usually, there will be a minimum of four moderators for each challenge: two from the 2021 Roadmap Taskforce and two from The Friday Collective (the digital communications agency engaged by DESE to build and manage consultation platforms for [...]
Tagging is easy. Just start typing the username of the person you want to reach into the field labelled ‘@ Notify individual users’, and the platform will display all similar usernames - just click on the one you want. Tagging people you think might be interested in an idea, or who can provide some valuable [...]
You’ll find the comments box at the bottom of each idea page. You can type in your comments, upload additional files, and also tag other users to encourage them to take a look at the idea and add their thoughts. (Tagging other users will expand the conversation and can really help push the development of [...]
Commenting on other people’s ideas might just be the most important part of the Ideas Jam. By commenting, you’re showing your support for an idea and helping us to identify themes that are of interest right across the research community. You can also help develop an idea by providing a different perspective, revealing a new [...]
Absolutely! All the ideas that have been posted in a challenge are visible at the bottom of the challenge page. Just scroll down and click into any ideas you want to read in full.