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Learning In Public On Wikis

I’m just beginning a new crop of peer learning projects for nonprofits to learn the practice of being  networked nonprofits and use social media effectively at Zoetica and through my work as Visiting Scholar at the Packard Foundation.

I’m also trying to shift my own practice into more design and train the trainers and coach the coaches versus direct delivery.  … Read More

Social Media and Mobile for Real Time Professional Learning at Conferences

Last week,  I faciltated a mini-workshop at the Silicon Valley/Peninsula Nonprofit Leadership Forum hosted by Compasspoint.  I’ve had the pleasure of working closely with Compasspoint as part of my continuing work as Visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.  … Read More

What’s Your Calling?

At SXSW and facilitating a panel called  A Global Discussion About Networked Nonprofits and Free Agents,  I introduced myself with this photo of me and Lena, the master trainer from Yemen for the E-Mediat Project.   The photo shows us modeling “shoulder to shoulder” learning. … Read More

Reflections: Center for Health Leadership Social Media Workshop

The Networked Health Organization
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I was honored to be included as one of the instructors for the  Center for Health Leadership (CHL) at UC Berkeley 21st Century New Media Training Series, designed for health professionals to learn how to strategically use new media for public health practice and health care.     … Read More

Guided Visualizations at a Social Media Strategy Workshop

Note from Beth: As a trainer,  I’m constantly on the prowl for new ideas for activities and exercises that get beyond death by PowerPoint.    After spending a lot of time developing trainer of trainers curriculum, it is also fun to incorporate new ideas.     

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