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These are the role cards for the Social by Social game played in the Community-Driven Social Impact session at NCVS.

These are the role cards for the Social by Social game played in the Community-Driven Social Impact session at NCVS.

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    • Project manager Admin support Your Idea Manages overall development of the Supports the project manager and other What other role is needed to guarantee project. members of the team success for your project? Could this role be combined with another in the team? Social media strategist Community manager Tech developer Plans how social media becomes part of Manages and facilitates the online Sets up, develops and/or connects the the project communications and community, blog or other tools the project various tools being used. engagement strategy. is using. Is this role required by the tools chosen? If so, who provides? Tech mentor Social reporter(s) Key contributors Provides technical support and One or more people who scan online People who can be relied on to write blog encouragement to the team and anyone activity for stories, uses blogging, posts, comment, use Twitter, post photos else using the tools Twitter and video at events, helps other around key topics do the same. Who are these likely to be? Is this role required by the tools chosen? Would they work one-to-one or through Is this role required by the approach training workshops? adopted? If so, who provides?