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(I'm calling these "lab notes" because One Book, One Twitter is One Big Experiment. I hope you'll all contribute to these notes.) Last night a tweet came in over the #1b1t transom.
On April 2, we were attending a Tools for Catalyzing Collaboration workshop organized by Eugene Kim of Blue Oxen Associates who also happens to be a WiserEarth advisor. One of my favorite sessions of this Open Space gathering was around the definition of collaboration. Eugene shared his definition :
As someone who works with social media managers and community managers, it seems the line between the two types of positions is not terribly clear – and maybe doesn’t need to be – but I think it would be helpful to distinguish between the two. Why?
There is a long history of businesses trying to harness the power of online communities for commercial ends.
Mobile and Collaboration – Two Benefits from Cloud Tech
Community Managers by Luc Legay
Sometimes you want to build an online community in the quickest time possible.
One of the top 10 questions in social media marketing asked is “How do we kick start our community?”
Last week, I had the opportunity to review a draft of The Guide to Online Community Management , published by the ReadWriteWeb team and edited by Marshall Kirkpatrick. Simply put, if you’re planning or considering a community effort at your organization, this is a must have. The report provides answers to any “ifs, ands & buts” with regard to the strategic importance of community engagement.
This section of the website summarizes methods, tools and approaches for monitoring and evaluation of collaborative projects. The texts are drawn from different sources and recognized accordingly.