. . . one of the [important] pieces… is to get that sense of ‘we’re not in this alone,’ that ‘we have more connections than we know.’
Using Language and Stories in Participatory Community Network Mapping | Part 4 of an Interview with Aldo de Moor
Storytelling is very important to inspire participation. However, it is especially the boundary spanning across communities – stories that capture the essence of an activity or an interaction in a community. ~ Aldo de Moor
“Maps have power. They always have throughout human history. Maps have been very powerful artifacts” – Aldo de Moor
What Participatory Community Network Mapping Makes Possible – Part 2 of an interview with Aldo de Moor
What Participatory Community Network Mapping Makes Possible. Part 2 of an interview with CommunitySense Founder Aldo de Moor.
Participatory Community Network Mapping as Collective Sensemaking – Part 1 of an interview with Aldo de Moor
Participatory Community Mapping as Collective Sensemaking. Part 1 of an interview with CommunitySense Founder Aldo de Moor.
Not Getting The Response You Hoped For Yet? Automated bulk email invitations from sumApp work fine in most instances, especially if people know they’re coming & what they’re for. But what if it’s not working? What if important members are buried in email and ignoring your requests? Or maybe you have a sub-set of members…
How to easily share a private Kumu network map with your network.
A cross-post from The Social Labs Revolution blog by Sam Rye: One important aspect of any Social Lab, is understanding the context a Lab Team is developing solutions for. A grounded approach to getting started in building a picture which everyone can see, is called Systems Mapping.
What to do when you’re worried no-one will share the personal information needed for your network map.
The evolution of tools used over three years of creating the bushCONNECT network map.