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Presentation following training in web2.0 tools to show participants some possible ways of using web2.0 to open up their imagination

Presentation following training in web2.0 tools to show participants some possible ways of using web2.0 to open up their imagination

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    • 1. So how is this going to help you do your work? Practical examples on web2.0 for development By Joitske Hulsebosch
    • 2. Different purposes
      • E-learning and communities
      • E-information management
      • E-PR
      • E-fundraising
      • E-advocacy
      • E-networking
      • E-coaching
    • 3.  
    • 4. E-learning and learning networks
      • Online communities of practice- expertise connected for quicker learning
      • ( https://www.oxfamkic.org/irj/portal/ ; http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/afrophonewikis/ (with RSS feed!); www.dgroups.org
      • Thematic blogs & blogging ‘communities’
      • http://joitskehulsebosch.blogspot.com , http://iaald.blogspot.com/index.html
      • New possibilities for collecting information - and again- connecting with other people
      • ( http://icollaborate.blogspot.com/2007/01/focuss-search-engine-for-development.html
    • 5. E-information management
      • RSS feeds for quicker scanning/continuously updated links by tagging communities
      • ( http://joitskehulsebosch.blogspot.com , www.km4dev.org ; http://nptech.info/
      • Better results in searches (eg. Google coop)
      • http://www.focuss.eu/
      • Wikis as quick and dynamic portals
        • Birdflu wiki http:// www.fluwikie.com/index.php?n = Resources.Resources
    • 6. E-networking
      • Using existing social networks like my space
      • (Unicef: http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=109701792
      • Building hyves like-networks for specific purposes
      • (Helpalot : http://helpalot.org
    • 7. E-PR
      • Human stories and changed images for the public by blogs
      • (VSO http://www.vso-stories.net ); Christian Aid http://nightingalesangatwcc.typepad.com/tajikistan/
      • Or by podcasts
      • UNICEF Pakistan’s earthquake podcast http://odeo.com/audio/548321/view
    • 8. E-fundraising
      • Adding widgets for online fundraising
      • http://beth.typepad.com/
    • 9. E-Advocacy
      • Integrating online and offline approaches Sevendays at a minimum wages using real life experiments, youtube and email http://www.sevendaysatminimumwage.org/
      • Human voice changing perspectives
        • Iraqi bloggers http://www.streamtime.org/
        • Global voices with bridge bloggers http:// www.globalvoicesonline.org /
      • Analyzing data using maps
      • Inclusive building and interactive maps http://nkca.ucla.edu/
    • 10. E-coaching
      • Support to people from a distance for personal and professional development
      • Project VSO/PSO/ICCO with youth
      • http://www.pso.nl/nieuws/nieuwsitemzoeksite.asp?nieuws=167
    • 11. E-??
      • What do YOU want to do?