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Using wikispaces to support projects

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My presentation from the Engage Your Community mini-conference on Tuesday 22 April, Kirikiriroa Hamilton. The workshop was about using wikispaces to support a project based on my experience using …

My presentation from the Engage Your Community mini-conference on Tuesday 22 April, Kirikiriroa Hamilton. The workshop was about using wikispaces to support a project based on my experience using wikispaces to support the CIMS Project governance group and team.

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  • 1. Online project support from wikispaces Engage your community mini-conference 22 April 2008 Kirikiriroa Hamilton, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • 2. Working online, together • New website for people working in Aotearoa New Zealand community and voluntary organisations to work and talk together, code name “CIMS Project” • Online space for discussion, private workspaces, information and information. • Five partner organisations: ๏ Association of Non-governmental Organisations of Aotearoa (ANGOA) ๏ NZ Council of Social Services ๏ NZ Federation of Voluntary Welfare Organisations ๏ SHORE – Community & Public Health Online Groups (CAPH) project ๏ Volunteering NZ. • Due online mid-2008 common knowledge