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Measuring the Networked Nonprofit
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Emerging Nonprofit Leaders - Leadership Development
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Giving Days Peer Learning Cohort
Networked Leadership Workshops
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Social Media Workshops
Social Media, Networks, and Philanthropy
Measurement and Social Media
Friending the Finish Line
TeeMow in Flickr
(IPA: [ˈwɪ.kiː] or [ˈwiː.kiː] ) is a type of website that allows users to easily add, remove, or otherwise edit and change most available content, sometimes without the need for registration.
Wikis can be excellent tools for any collaborative writing project where you can capture the wisdom of the group in an online document that is accessible or viewable to others. Think of wikis of a good tool to collect information or knowledge. For example, you can use them for people to add their names to an RSVP list, add themselves to a directory, or write an article, FAQ, or manifesto together. Wikis are great for cutting down email overload.
Resource Collection off a listserv:
Collaborative writing off a listserv:
Online Event (Barn raising):
Conference Notes Craig's List Bootcamp
Organizing a conference - sign up, program, archive
Social Media and Nonprofits - David Wilcox
Web2.0 Best Practices for Nonprofits
Wikis help organizational knowledge from walking out the door
CoolCat Teacher Blog
Adoption in Organizations: Issues
Patterns of Adoption/Anti-Adoption
It's Difficult To Let Go of Old Ways
Would OO7 Spy Tools Include A Wiki?
Thinking About Wikis
Building Rich Communities on Wikis
Wiki Facilitation Tips
TechSoup: Nonprofits Share Their Wiki stories
The Art of Using Wiki Pages To Teach
A stealth transformation: introducing wikis to the UN
The UNDP didn’t want a wiki. UN INSTRAW did want one, but didn’t know what they were getting into. The goal of these volunteer projects, implemented over two summers, was to undertake research and build ‘databases’ of unspecified technological shape and form. The choice of wiki to manage the results was fairly arbitrary. However, this choice naturally led to the efforts growing far beyond the original intent, and a stealth transformation was underway.
Some How Tos
PBWiki Blip Channel
- Lots of Useful Screencasts
CCTV Wiki Workshop
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"