Part 6 of an Interview with Aldo de Moor Reflecting On Our Discussions It’s been over two years since my original interview with Aldo. That one interview was so rich, it generated six blog posts and an abiding friendship. We’ve met online semi-monthly ever since that first great conversation, to talk about our projects, challenges,…
A map without conversations is nothing and conversations without some form of mapping are much more fragmented.
The Maya Townsend interview has generated interest in live-link mapping – as well as questions about how to do it and what one should know. This post is in response to those questions.
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.
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 get started network mapping using sumApp to gather network relationship data to use in creating a map of your network in Kumu.
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.