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CrowdFundamentals on GlobalGiving – Introduction

CrowdFundamentals on GlobalGiving - Introduction
Posted in Community, Faculty
This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Nancy's Project Community Reflection

I banned email at my company — Life at Primeloop — Medium

I banned email at my company — Life at Primeloop — Medium:

Quote: “Ok, we didn’t exactly ban email. We still have accounts, primarily for external communication. But, people are also more than welcome to leave them on for notifications from internal apps. Email gets used for tons of things it isn’t good for. So here is how we replace it:”

Go read the article and notice what activities they wanted to support, then what tools and practices they assembled to support those activities. This is a great case study of technology stewardship!

Posted in Community, Faculty
This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Nancy's Project Community Reflection

BERGHAHN JOURNALS : Oxford, New York : Celebrating 20 Years of Independent Publishing!

BERGHAHN JOURNALS : Oxford, New York : Celebrating 20 Years of Independent Publishing!:

For the #ProjComm14 groups working with PAGE http://www.boldmachines.com/blog/2014/8/16/margo

Posted in Community, Faculty
This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Nancy's Project Community Reflection

Bold Machine’s Blog – 3D Modeling

Bold Machine's Blog - 3D Modeling:

To my ProjComm14 students who are interested in 3D modeling!

Posted in Community, Faculty
This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Nancy's Project Community Reflection

DropTask – A visual team tool

DropTask - A visual team tool:

This tool has a free version and it looks interesting, especially for those of you who are more visually inclined!

Posted in Community, Faculty
This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Nancy's Project Community Reflection

Tweaking Technology: How Communities Meet Online Using Google Hangouts On Air with Unlimited Participants

Tweaking Technology: How Communities Meet Online Using Google Hangouts On Air with Unlimited Participants:

This article is for both our ProjComm facilitation team, and the students. We use Google Hangouts a lot, so mastering the technology is important!

Posted in Community, Faculty
This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Nancy's Project Community Reflection

i can’t resist. In Project Community, we talk about doing…



i can’t resist. In Project Community, we talk about doing things together. But wow, what this guy can do by himself!!

Posted in Community, Faculty
This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Nancy's Project Community Reflection

Liz Ogbu | Designer, Social Innovator and Urbanist

Liz Ogbu | Designer, Social Innovator and Urbanist:

Example of a design firm that focuses on designing for public good/needs (just like our ProjComm teams). Take a look - inspiring!

Posted in Community, Faculty
This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Nancy's Project Community Reflection

9 Women Who Are Rocking Public Interest Design – Architizer

9 Women Who Are Rocking Public Interest Design - Architizer:

Peripheral to ProjComm, but a really interesting article about women working in public design/architecture.

Posted in Community, Faculty
This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Nancy's Project Community Reflection

Brilliant Bamboo: This Colombian Children’s Center Proves How Participatory Design Can Produce Amazing Architecture – Architizer

Brilliant Bamboo: This Colombian Children’s Center Proves How Participatory Design Can Produce Amazing Architecture - Architizer:

Participatory design of a school. Ready for ProjectCommunity14

Posted in Community, Faculty
This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Nancy's Project Community Reflection