Transcript of "Mapping the Users & Innovation Programme Network"
Users and Innovation Programme Meeting, York 29-30 Jan 2009 What gives life to our community?
Outline for the mapping session <ul><li>Introduction brief </li></ul><ul><li>Jim Hensman “A prompt for remembering connections” </li></ul><ul><li>Touch Graph & Google Doc </li></ul><ul><li>Josie paper mapping/strong and weak connections </li></ul><ul><li>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHR25q0-Q3A </li></ul>
Many network mapping exercises were conducted and clearly many links were developed B ut, a sustained visualisation of the community never emerged
Aims for this session Generate a map of the Users and Innovation programme, projects and community Before you go to bed. You need to do 2 things: - F ill in a Googledocs form - Have your poster on the wall http://tinyurl.com/UandI-map
TEAM INDIVIDUAL Mapping Your Community Connections
Social Media & Collaborative Tools FOR PROJECT WORK & MANAGEMENT (formal) 1. Project Blog http://our porject.ac.uk 2. Elluminate (Emerge) 3. Skype STAYING IN TOUCH WITH OTHER EMERGE MEMBERS (informal) 1. Facebook 2. SecondLife 3. Emerge (SNS)
<ul><li>Thank you </li></ul>Thank you George Roberts Project Director [email_address] http://jiscemerge.org.uk Josie Fraser Steve Warburton Marion Samler Rhona Sharpe Patsy Clarke Joe Rosa Chris Fowler Isobel Falconer Mitul Shukla Nik Bessis Graham Attwell Brian Kelly and all the JISC U&I people, projects, partners, steering groups and teams http://tinyurl.com/UandI-map
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