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Circuit Riding - History and Timeline

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Circuit Riding History and Timeline -- Circa 2005 -- from a small presentation at the NTEN NTC, Chicago 20005. …

Circuit Riding History and Timeline -- Circa 2005 -- from a small presentation at the NTEN NTC, Chicago 20005.

From my archive - Gavin Clabaugh

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    • 1. “ Circuit Riders” A Brief History
    • 2. The Need
      • The Year 1995
        • Changing Market Conditions
        • Emerging Internet Access
        • Lagging effectiveness
        • tcn Capacity Survey …
    • 3. The Research
      • Little formal recognition of technology
      • Few internal training or support resources
      • Overburdened or conflicted “systems” staff
      • Little or no management support
      • No lack of technology but a lack of expertise
      • Competing standards and competing (and untrusted) consultants
    • 4. The Business Model
        • Issue or project focused
        • Cross-organizational
        • Foundation “authorized” & subsidized
        • Limited scope & focused goals
        • Innovative application of technology around a project or campaign
      “ Foundations-subsidized, program-focused, short-term, technical assistance – usually as part of a specific campaign or focus.”
    • 5. The Business Model
      • Model not designed to provide:
        • Ongoing support
        • Ongoing maintenance
        • Web page publishing
        • IT staff
        • AV Updates
        • Printer repairs
        • Yada, yada, yada…
    • 6. The Pioneers
      • 1995
        • W.A. Jones/TCN
      • 1996
        • Brainerd/Bullitt (OneNorthWest)
        • RFF (Rockefeller Technology Project AKA Tech Rocks)
      • 1997
        • Support from Mott, Surdna, Kellogg, Packard, …
        • Multiple ongoing projects “rider” projects
      • 1999
        • Growth of ISO models (NPower..)
      • 2000 +
        • Multiple models
        • Multiple projects
    • 7. Today
      • Increasing
          • Use of intermediaries for technology assistance, training, support, and “eRider”-styled projects.
          • Mainstream foundation support of intermediaries as preferred (trusted) providers of support, assistance, and training.
      • Decreasing
          • Direct involvement by Foundations in “eRider”-type projects.
          • Innovative applications as ISOs focus on infrastructure, support and maintenance issues.
    • 8. Tomorrow?
      • ISO’s
          • Targeted “circuit riding”
          • Merchants of Meaning
          • Innovations
      • NTEN
          • Field-building
          • Standards of Practice
          • Learning Communities
          • Demonstrated Successes
    • 9. © Gavin Clabaugh - 2005
    • 10. © Gavin Clabaugh - 2005
    • 11. © Gavin Clabaugh - 2005
    • 12. © Gavin Clabaugh - 2005