Really specific things a consultant might do for a non-profit, especially in assessment and planning stage (the first stage). Ideas drawn from The Networked NonProfit (NNP) and Content Strategy for the Web (CSW). 1. Map an organization’s network (p. 30 NNP). Identify Hubs (active social networkers) and their ties to Nodes (less active social networkers). […]
That’s the question on my mind right now.
Many attempts at photo principles.
I promised a wrap up for the course, and I really should have made a video, but exam week was busy and unpredictable, so I was having trouble finding the time. My students were giving me a lot of great suggestions for the next time I teach #ec457, so I did write them down, and […]
I have assigned Karl Stolley’s Integrating Social Media into Existing Work Environments: The Case of Delicious for my networked non-profit class. The piece takes readers into code, a place I am not asking my students to go this semester, but perhaps next time. I am drawn to the piece, however, as an example of academic […]
I’ve been doing screen casts to start each week up until now, but after a warm up blog last night (Avatar Blog below), I just decided to keep rolling with my vlogging. I did move from my iPad back to my desktop, and I didn’t use my headset, so the audio is a little quiet. […]
Procedural rhetoric is a concept I am still trying to wrap my head around, but writing is one great way to learn. Probably much better for me than doing a screen cast. Please let me know if either of these things are (or are not) making sense. The rhetoric part is easier than the procedural, […]
Wondering when one social media service will be one too many. A short kick off to Week 4. Now to work on the screencast.
Week 4 in #ec457 includes reading about Myspace and Facebook, but the work will be in Google+. We will apply what we read to evaluating G+. I came into WordPress to see if I could share with G+, but I can’t. After I post, I will have to “share” my own post with G+ (or […]
1. “New New Media” wasn’t particularly well received as a useful term. I wrote most of the following in response to one of Kyle Locket’s posts, but I have made a few changes. I do think Levinson went with New New Media as an attention grabber, but the term won’t catch on. I think the […]