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Inconsistent experiences of journal article publication

Jenny Connected

Resubmitted and paper accepted for publication in Jan 2014. The quality of the publication in terms of the work of the publishers in preparing this paper is very high. The process was very smooth with great attention to detail by the Editor and a good looking publication as an outcome.

New publication – Knowledge Weaving for Social Innovation: Laying the First Strand

Making CommunitySense

Just published: A. de Moor (2015). Knowledge Weaving for Social Innovation: Laying the First Strand. In Proc. of the 12th Prato Community Informatics Research Network Conference, November 9-11, 2015, Prato, Italy , pp.51-64. ISBN 978-0-9874652-4-5. Abstract. Society consists of a web of interconnected communities. A large body of research and practice exists on how to make communities work.

New publication: “It’s the Conversation, Stupid!” – Social Media Systems Design for Open Innovation Communities

Making CommunitySense

Innovation communities (which are not limited to business interests but also include public and civic organizations and communities) therefore need to continuously make sense of the conversation context of the tools they use.

New Publication: Public Libraries as Social Innovation Catalysts

Making CommunitySense

van den Assem (2013), Public Libraries as Social Innovation Catalysts. Public libraries urgently need to reinvent their role in society. We investigate how to design such inter-sectoral public library innovations that are embedded in existing organizational practice and are both sustainable and scalable. We show how we did an initial validation of the method using the results of two exploratory workshops with professionals in the Dutch public library world.

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New publication: Creativity Meets Rationale – Collaboration Patterns for Social Innovation

Making CommunitySense

Filed under: collaboration patterns , publications , social innovation. collaboration patterns publications social innovationMy book chapter “ Creativity Meets Rationale – Collaboration Patterns for Social Innovation ” was recently published in J. Carroll (ed.),

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New publication: Expanding the Academic Research Community – Building Bridges into Society with the Internet

Making CommunitySense

Just published: A. de Moor (2014), Expanding the Academic Research Community – Building Bridges into Society with the Internet. In T. Denison, M. Sarrica, and L. Stillman (eds.), Theories, Practices, and Examples for Community and Social Informatics , Monash University Publishing, Melbourne. ISBN 978-1-921867-62-0. Abstract. Academic research is under threat from issues like lack of resources, fraud, and societal isolation.

How to Write a Social Media Press Release #socialmedia

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

A Public Relations or Marketing consultant looking to offer more social media services to clients, helping them get their content, promotions and press releases into traditional and social media.

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New publication – Towards a participatory community mapping method: the Tilburg urban farming community case

Making CommunitySense

Just published: A. de Moor (2015), Towards a participatory community mapping method: the Tilburg urban farming community case. In Adjunct Proceedings of the Communities & Technologies Conference (C&T 2015), Limerick, Ireland, 27-30 June, 2015 (to appear in International Reports on Socio-Informatics ). Abstract. Urban farming communities often consist of many disjoint initiatives, while having a strong need to overcome their fragmentation.

New publication: The “Kids’ Knowledge Base”: Connecting Junior Science to Society

Making CommunitySense

Just published: A. de Moor (2014), The “Kids’ Knowledge Base”: Connecting Junior Science to Society. In Proc. of Chi Sparks 2014, The Hague, the Netherlands. The Hague University of Applied Sciences , pp.108-111. Abstract. Universities try to reinforce their connections with society in many different ways. Introducing children to science at an early age is an important part of this mission.

Public Policy and the Idea of the Vietnamese State: The Cultural Political Economy of Domestic Water Supply

Net-Map Toolbox

A Net-Map study on formal and informal water governance in Vietnam , by Nadine Reis and Peter P.

SXSW Notes: Design for Social Innovation and Public Good

Portals and KM

This is the session on Design for Social Innovation and Public Good led by Barbara Brown Wilson Dir UT Austin Center for Sustainable Development, Jess Zimbabwe Exec Dir ULI Daniel Rose Center For Public Leadership in Land Use, John Peterson Founder & Pres, Public Architecture, John Bielenberg Dir Project M, and Suzi Sosa Exec Dir Dell Challenge. These people are good at determining public perception that can be useful. Here is another in my series on SXSW event s.

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How to Write a Social Media Strategy in 9 Steps

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

online course with a Theory section, Practical/Case Studies section and Homework (around the Client Brief) section, please click 9 Step Social Media Strategy for Marketing and Public Relations for a website discount. Shares How to write a #socialmedia strategy for Gov, Organisations.

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Will public shaming on the Internet make leaders behave better?

Leading Virtually

The other side believed that inappropriate behavior of the kind that Donald Sterling had engaged in is largely wired into people and public shaming on the Internet won’t make much of a difference. It is not uncommon for judges to punish misdemeanors or crimes by ordering public shaming.

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Public Engagement - Public Empowerment by Stephen Collins

Elsua

to the recent presentation he did at the GOVIS 2009 User Centred Government conference under the title Public Engagement - Public Empowerment. Public engagement. Public empowerment.

Public Shared Services Design: the service cost and quality balancing act

The Bumble Bee

Public Shared Services Design Method. Here is a brief summary of the 5 key steps in the Public Shared Services Design Method. I recently worked with colleagues to identify savings through collaboration between different local councils.

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The World’s Most Influential Publications

Portals and KM

R oss Dawson recently posted an very useful list of the List of the 242 most influential publications in the world. He notes that Nate Silver , the political statistician extraordinaire, has done an analysis of the most influential publications , “consisting of a simple review of how frequently publications’ names appear in Google News and Google Blogs followed by the word “reported”, to give a representative sample of how often publications are quoted by others.”.

Public Relations becomes Community Relations – Social Media

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

I’ve been working with a PR agency for a while (best part of a year) and one key concept is that Public Relations is about managing multiple Publics. Build and manage the community and you automatically take on a “public relations manager&# role. But tomorrow, the company that manages say, the largest community of women in the right demographic online, becomes a public relations company. As a community manager you ARE the public relations manager.

CEOs Don’t Understand Social Media The Australian

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

The backlash on Myer’s Facebook Page, the tweets from the public and celebrities alike on Twitter, and other social media sites was staggering.

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Conference: Public Sector Web 3.0 and Future of Social Media Government

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Public Sector web 3.0 Conference: Public Sector Web 3.0 Government 2.0 is such a hot topic. I’m speaking in Canberra next week - a workshop on social media and government one day and presentation on online communities and voters/constituents the next. Come along if you are interested – I think you can book from IBRC.com.au. and Future of Social Media eGov.

Public Sector Collaboration with Knowledge Hub

Michael Sampson - Currents

The new platform replaces a smattering of non-integrated tools: Knowledge Hub, the UK’s largest platform for public service collaboration, today announced that it is partnering with Socitm, the society for IT/digital leaders and professionals working in local public services, to enable Socitm members to collaborate online. At the same time, Socitm will retain the ability to engage with the wider community providing services to the public across Knowledge Hub.

New publication: Towards Sheltered Communication Systems Design – A Socio-Technical Perspective

Making CommunitySense

The proceedings were just published containing my paper: A. de Moor (2012). Towards Sheltered Communication Systems Design: A Socio-Technical Perspective. In Proc. of the 9th Community Informatics Research Network Conference, Prato, Italy, November 7-9, 2012. Abstract.

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Apologies and #Socialmedia in Crisis Comms PR

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

…because God forbid that someone actually impacted by a law should be allowed to discuss that law publicly. public relations Shitstorm social media Social Media Australia criticism Facebook howto negative reviews strategy trolls Twitter

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Talk to the Emir to save new-born chilrden

Net-Map Toolbox

case studies International development Political Networks Public Health publications Social Networks Uncategorized advocacy case study funding informal influence newborn survival Nigeria Save the Children

Enterprise: List of 40 Social Media Staff Guidelines

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Kinda cool that companies are now posting internal policies publicly. Sun Guidelines on Public Discourse [link] (original from 2005 elsewhere) Also [link] . Media companies: For Journalists entering into public debate [link]. Managing staff who participate in social networks.

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Informal networks save public money

Neighbourhoods

The Neighbourhood Network schemes in Leeds have an enviable reputation. The first was established in 1985 and it’s clear the city is getting a return for its foresight and investment over the years.

When Members Mislead the Public About the Management of Your Community

Managing Communities

For example, a member of one of my communities recently posted in public, on a thread within our community, suggesting that a member of staff had told them a post they made earlier in the [.]. photo credit: mikecogh Have you ever had a member who says that you did something that you actually didn’t do?

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Citizen science and public engagement perspectives

Taming the spaces

I attended in Oslo Science Park the seminar on citizen participation, expertise, and knowledge sharing in cultural heritage archives and natural history institutions. The seminar dealt with different aspects, which i found interesting to keep a record about. Bernard Schiele from University of Quebec emphasised the need to overcome the Deficit model in explaining the […]. museum research

Work Stream #3 – Public Speaking and the Exposure Economy

Elsua

Of course, I’m talking about public speaking , and inherently, about the exposure economy. Public speaking is broken.

Singapore Social Media Workshop for PR and Online Media: September 2011

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Event public relations social media Social Media Business Course Facebook online community presentation Singapore social network workshopOn 13th of September, 2011 I am teaching a social media workshop in Singapore, AND presenting at a conference. If you want to know how to put out a social media press release, how to set up an online community monitoring station and how to measure social media, this workshop is for you!

David Goodman on food, water, energy, health & wellness, governance & public policy

Endless Knots

This year's letter, posted with David's permission, is particularly cogent and forward thinking with a lot of downright useful information (be sure to read down to Governance and Public Policy). Governance and Public Policy mixed with public anger often results in a volatile and unpredictable outcome. If each of us is not paying attention to public policy, someone else will make it for us (most likely the business community). Governance and Public Policy: 15.

Public Health Knowledge Management – One size does not fit all (paper by Sarah Harlan et al.)

Net-Map Toolbox

Uncategorized Centralized Networks Ethiopia Knowledge Management Public Health Publication Reproductive Health What is the best network structure (picture copyright by DFID on flickr).

Rituals: Death and publicity

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

The journalist printed the comments and discussions from a very small, out-of-the-public-eye (or so they though) forum. Just a quick note on the previous post. Gemma Thoms died from an ectasy overdose at Big Day Out in Perth on the weekend.

Navigating the Evolving e-Publication Landscape

Influence

Forum One Communications was recently commissioned by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to guide the Agency through the changing tides of e-publication platforms, formats and channels. Long gone are the days of print outs, folders, pamphlets and even books.

The Power of Marrying Facilitation and Sector Expertise

Net-Map Toolbox

Last week I talked with my colleagues from the IFC , Sumit Manchanda and Anja Robakowski-Van Stralen , and Amit Nag (Net-Map facilitator) who have used Net-Map to facilitate their political economy analysis in setting up Public Private Dialogues in developing countries.

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Disasters - Public TV and Social Media - Iowa and St Louis

Green Chameleon

How does a small public TV station provide its state with complete coverage of a statewide series of disasters? IPTV, Iowa Public TV , has asked the public for help and it is getting it. At KETC in St Louis we begin a new chapter in covering disasters and in engaging the public.

Advocacy Judo vs. Advocacy Weightlifting

Net-Map Toolbox

Change Management International development musings notes from the field Political Networks Public Health social movements Social Networks UncategorizedAdvocate, don’t break your back (picture copyright by Mr. Moss on flickr).

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New publication – CulTech2015: Cultural Diversity and Technology Design

Making CommunitySense

Just published: H. He, N. Memarovic, A. Sabiescu, A. de Moor (2015), CulTech2015: Cultural Diversity and Technology Design. In Avram, Gabriela; De Cindio, Fiorella; Pipek, Volkmar (eds.) 2015): Proceedings of the Work-In-Progress Track of the 7th International Conference on Communities and Technologies , Limerick, Ireland, 27-30 June, 2015 , pp.153-156. Filed under: culture , design , technologies , tools. culture design technologies tools

It’s only public space

Neighbourhoods

Preston Bus Station is rightly recognised as one of the country’s most dramatic public buildings of its time.’. People deserve public space that affords a sense of humanity.

Brazil eGov: Public Works and Internet Voting

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

In order to maximize availability of the voting system, the city established 178 voting points around the city, including a mobile unit consisting of a bus with Internet access and carried out an extensive public relations campaign. Sadly, the case study does not discuss the nature of the public works projects, the nature of the winners, or evaluate whether the government actually followed through and built them. I’m always interested in metaGovernment.

Conference Schtick: How to do a public presentation

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

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