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Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
Choosing the right online spaces to support your unique network(s)
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A presentation to the Comm2Comms network on 30 November 2011, in Whanganui-A-Tara Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand.

A presentation to the Comm2Comms network on 30 November 2011, in Whanganui-A-Tara Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand.

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  • What a nightmare - argh!!\n\nCan the internet please go away!! Can I turn off my computer. \n
  • There is no single right tool\n\nIndeed, picking up on ecological metaphor - people dwell in habitats ... people use many tools in different situations, better get used to this\nAlso, habitat is some where elements come together to create biodiversity - in this sense it is combination of factors that sustain life - nutrients, precipitation, organisms, etc.... the online world mimics this.... I hope to show you how it is between tools + activities + practices \n\nIf one thing, I’d like to do today - disabuse you of notion that if you build they will come ... learnt this with CommunityCentral \n\nRest of presentation has two parts:\n1. Dig into a couple of examples to show how we can explore the ecological metaphor - far from NZ shores ..... it’s not really about the tool, but set of communication dynamics \n2. Share a framework for matching needs of your network to tools, processes \n\n\n
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    • 1. Choosing the right online spaces to supportyour unique network(s)Stephen BlythComm2Comms network 30 November 2011, Te Whanganui a Tara Wellington common knowledge ph 021 0325177 email stephen@commonknowledge.net.nz web www.commonknowledge.net.nz skype & twitter sablyth
    • 2. photo: flickr.com/photos/pigstubs
    • 3. What I’ll cover todayGetting a handle on the dilemma -two examplesAn approach for choosing tools(and getting things humming)A few tips Online community presentation for Comm2Comms, 30 Nov 2011 www.commonknowledge.net.nz
    • 4. UK Circuit ridersNTEN
    • 5. UK Circuit ridersNTEN
    • 6. UK Circuit ridersNTEN
    • 7. UK Circuit ridersNTEN
    • 8. On the horns of a dilemmaIt goes like this.... You’re busy Everyone else is busy too So many choices of networks and groups be part of So little time Argh!!! Online community presentation for Comm2Comms, 30 Nov 2011 www.commonknowledge.net.nz
    • 9. On the horns of a dilemmaIt goes like this.... So, You’re busy .... if it’s going to be worth the effort, whatever you do must Everyone else is busy too be: So many choices of networks ★ relevant and groups be part of ★ easy to use So little time ★ well run, lively, alive. Argh!!! PS don’t expect monogamy. Online community presentation for Comm2Comms, 30 Nov 2011 www.commonknowledge.net.nz
    • 10. photo: flickr.com/photos/jasoneepink
    • 11. Hope & pray Decide what, how and where Practices Tools Activities Online community presentation for Comm2Comms, 30 Nov 2011 www.commonknowledge.net.nz
    • 12. Digital Habitats Orientation Spidergram ActivityFrom: Digital Habitats: stewarding technology for communitiesEtienne Wenger, Nancy White & John. D. Smith, 2009http://www.technologyforcommunities.com http://www.flickr.com/photos/viamoi/3221971368/
    • 13. Community activities Base material from: Digital Habitats: Stewarding technology for communities © 2009 Wenger, White, and Smith
    • 14. Orientations What do they mean? (And you may have different orientations!)Meetings in person or online Community cultivation Recruiting,gatherings with an agenda (i.e. orienting and supporting members,monthly topic calls); webinars growing the community (i.e. who madeProjects interrelated tasks withspecific outcomes or products (i.e. in and met others?)Identifying a new practice and refining Individual participation enablingit.) Time delimited. members to craft their own experienceAccess to expertise learning from of the community (i.e. access materialexperienced practitioners (i.e. access when and how you want it. Toolto subject matter experts) choices.)Relationship getting to know each Content a focus on capturing andother (i.e. the annual potluck dinner! publishing what the community learnsProfiles.) and knows (i.e. a newsletter, publishing an article, etc.)Context private, internally-focusedor serving an organization, or the Open ended conversationwider world (i.e. what is kept within the conversations that continue to rise andcommunity, what is shared with the fall over time without a specific goalwider world) Towards the center is (i.e. listserv or web forum, Twitter, etc.) Base material from: Digital Habitats: Stewarding technology for communities © 2009 Wenger, White, and Smith
    • 15. Orientations What do they mean? (And you may have different orientations!)Meetings in person or online Community cultivation Recruiting,gatherings with an agenda (i.e. orienting and supporting members,monthly topic calls); webinars growing the community (i.e. who madeProjects interrelated tasks withspecific outcomes or products (i.e. in and met others?)Identifying a new practice and refining Individual participation enablingit.) Time delimited. members to craft their own experienceAccess to expertise learning from of the community (i.e. access materialexperienced practitioners (i.e. access when and how you want it. Toolto subject matter experts) choices.)Relationship getting to know each Content a focus on capturing andother (i.e. the annual potluck dinner! publishing what the community learnsProfiles.) and knows (i.e. a newsletter, publishing an article, etc.)Context private, internally-focusedor serving an organization, or the Open ended conversationwider world (i.e. what is kept within the conversations that continue to rise andcommunity, what is shared with the fall over time without a specific goalwider world) Towards the center is (i.e. listserv or web forum, Twitter, etc.) Base material from: Digital Habitats: Stewarding technology for communities © 2009 Wenger, White, and Smith
    • 16. An example: content Activities Tools Practices Upload & share files Document repository Spring cleaning Comment on, Email attachments Assigned roles, eg annotate, discuss editors, reviewers, documents File sharing moderators, curators Publish self-generated Blogs with comments Editorial guidelines content Web page annotation Co-producing tools documents Meta data Rate contributions Editor functions, with Archive access controls Online community presentation for Comm2Comms, 30 Nov 2011 Tagging www.commonknowledge.net.nz
    • 17. Community Name: Put a mark on the arrow to indicate how important a particular orientation is to your community. The more important the orientation, the further out on the arrow the dot should be placed. Then draw a line between the dots. Hint: external context i.e. a public service, would be towards the outside Base material from: Digital Habitats: Stewarding technology for communities © 2009 Wenger, White, and Smith
    • 18. “Don’t all speak at once” Ou r pledge: Welcom e everyone Acknow ledge sharing Be nice to e ach other Try to ely curate, ie weed our Activ garden ld fashioned netiquette O rules! nd do all tha t will create A penness and build trust. o Online community presentation for Comm2Comms, 30 Nov 2011 www.commonknowledge.net.nz
    • 19. Who does what? Facilitators Community leaders Tech stewards Curators Network weavers Opinion shapers Iconoclasts Legitimate peripheral participants (aka lurkers) Jo blog(ger) Online community presentation for Comm2Comms, 30 Nov 2011 www.commonknowledge.net.nz
    • 20. GetTips start ed. Then refin Re e. fine. Refin e Find ways to prime, curate, promote, reinforce. Tips, anyone? KIS Online community presentation for Comm2Comms, 30 Nov 2011 www.commonknowledge.net.nz
    • 21. ReferencesMy notes, slides, links, etchttp://commonknowledge.net.nz/free-resources/comm2comms-nov-2011/ or http://bit.ly/ufzIKSNTEN - http://www.nten.org/UK circuit riders (LASA) - http://lists.lasa.org.uk/lists/info/ukridersDigital Habitats book - http://technologyforcommunities.com/Nancy White’s blog - http://www.fullcirc.com/ Online community presentation for Comm2Comms, 30 Nov 2011 www.commonknowledge.net.nz
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