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Beyond the Webinar

Full Circle Associates

But more often than not, these are content delivery mechanisms with token participant interaction in the form of crowded Q&A segments or polls with varying degrees of relevance. Is that a good use of precious synchronous time? Video does too, but there are bandwidth considerations.

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Social Media in International Development Workshop | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

As a participant, you will: Obtain an understanding and appreciation of the role and value of social media. Learn from participants of mixed professional and organizational backgrounds. Optional synchronous calls or chats may be offered if there is an interest.

Onramps to online engagement | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It could be tricky because it actually asks participants to trust the process of the game right from the start. ’ So one suggestion is to create an example or trial run, and wrap it in an invitation that has relevance and value to the participants.

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From workplace courses to global conversations

Nancy White

This article offers some pointers through the personal tales from two people who participate in communities for their own learning. We participate because we can and we want to improve our practice and we want to produce value for our community. So tapping into the motivations of employees to participate in the larger world is something else to consider. Make sure there is time in busy employees’ days for participation in relevant communities and networks.

Social Media Planning and Evaluation for NGOs | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Organizations working with limited bandwidth want to block applications to prioritize internet use.

How I use social media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

While Americans would complain about the technology, the time, and anything, my African colleagues would overcome horrid bandwidth and intermittent electricity to participate.

From courses to community: Josien Kapma and Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

This article offers some pointers through the personal tales from two people who participate in communities for their own learning. We participate because we can and we want to improve our practice and we want to produce value for our community. So tapping into the motivations of employees to participate in the larger world is something else to consider. Make sure there is time in busy employees’ days for participation in relevant communities and networks.

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