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Involved in setting up a CoP and wanting to benefit from others' experience in doing so, I am here in search of answers, perspectives and suggestions. I will contribute as our project grows.
Thought this post could be useful to share here:
Why on earth would you want to be on Twitter? wp.me/p52QX-xz
Here is an exciting career opportunity with UNICEF Ethiopia in Social Media
I am looking for a graphical user interface for navigating an online library.
The resources in the library are partially sorted into collections, some of them overlapping. Also, the resources are categorized according to predetermined categories, and tagged with free tagging.
I'm thinking of Venn Diagrams, or spider-type links. It should be interesting, engaging, intuitive, easy to use.
The processing should be server-side, because many of the users have slow internet connections. I doubt anything flash will be suitable.
The software will be integrated for use in a Liferay-based online community.
Thank you very much for your help, advice, and suggestions!!
Just blogged about social media and thought this group might find some of it useful: http://km4meu.wordpress.com/2013/01/13/social-media-why-bother-a-fr... Feedback always welcome to improve :)
Just wanted to highlight the social media guide for African knowledge on climate change adaptation that ILRI developed on behalf of AfricaAdapt. Now saved among KM4Dev resources: http://www.km4dev.org/forum/topics/social-media-guide-for-african-k...
Feel free also to check out the full version online: http://socialmediaguideafrica.wikispaces.com
Following the success of the previous online courses, UNITAR and FAO are launching the Innovative Collaboration for Development (ICfD) course again this fall from 15 October to 14 December, 2012.
Registrations are now open and applications must be submitted online until 28 September.
Read more about the course and the personal take of one of the course facilitator at http://www.euforicservices.com/2012/08/learning-social-media-online...
What are examples of current ways you capture, share or apply knowledge in your work? I hope some members of this group can join the USAID Agrilinks online discussion on knowledge sharing for food security and agriculture programs. We are discussing tools and approaches and would be great to have input on social media from this group. Thanks!
Thank you Roxy! Nice 1!
Any other resource or pointer anyone?
Ewen, pls feel free to use IFAD social media guidelines available at http://www.slideshare.net/ifad/ifad-social-media-guidelines
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