Sensemaking<br />           NSCAP| Karen Parusel<br />		         Joanne Gidney<br />		         David Murdoch<br />Colleen ...
Project Benefits<br />Data/ Metrics for later projects<br />Partnership opportunities<br />Expertise can leverage partners...
Current Status<br />Current Pilot <br />CE in-house opportunity <br />Still collecting stories, need a little more data to...
How Does it work?<br />identity <br />thinking back  <br />enact <br />social - leadership<br />Ongoing – long term<br />e...
What is a Story?<br />
Gain a better understanding of our users’ needs<br />Provide an evaluation framework of CAP services <br />Determine how t...
<ul><li> Identify stories
Help users tell their story
Try not to influence
Remember its about the other person
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Sensemaking power point cognitive edge project

  1. 1. Sensemaking<br /> NSCAP| Karen Parusel<br /> Joanne Gidney<br /> David Murdoch<br />Colleen Fraser<br />
  2. 2. Project Benefits<br />Data/ Metrics for later projects<br />Partnership opportunities<br />Expertise can leverage partnerships with other local partners<br />Training op with YI sessions<br />Provincial, Federal<br /> <br />
  3. 3. Current Status<br />Current Pilot <br />CE in-house opportunity <br />Still collecting stories, need a little more data to begin analysis<br />Collecting good data, will generate report when wrapped up<br />Will supplement new projects<br />Up and running now<br />ROI (return on investment) CE Training/ PD<br />smaller Network projects <br />Next Steps..<br />New plans<br />Provincial Context<br />Webinar<br />
  4. 4. How Does it work?<br />identity <br />thinking back  <br />enact <br />social - leadership<br />Ongoing – long term<br />extract cues – forms direction <br />plausibility over accuracy <br />
  5. 5. What is a Story?<br />
  6. 6. Gain a better understanding of our users’ needs<br />Provide an evaluation framework of CAP services <br />Determine how to better meet the needs of our clients<br />Create a picture for the future of public access<br />Engage CAP communities, enable leadership<br />“With enough stories we hope to be able to collect enough voices to weave a fabric that will illustrate what the need is for public access to computers, past present and future. “<br />Why ?<br />
  7. 7. <ul><li> Identify stories
  8. 8. Help users tell their story
  9. 9. Try not to influence
  10. 10. Remember its about the other person
  11. 11. Encourage people to be a plain as possible</li></ul>Name of the<br />Where do I come in?<br />
  12. 12. Who should be using it?<br />
  13. 13. What in it for us?<br /><ul><li>Knowledge, Capacity Building
  14. 14. Professional Development
  15. 15. Jobs
  16. 16. Community Leadership</li></li></ul><li>Thank you<br />

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