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Redevelop our Communication approach

With our networks and communities. The project has only just started. Would you like to find out more? Do please let us know. Over the next few weeks, we will be re-structuring the Ethos Network site, developing more of “corporate” website (a-la teamarmy.org) and trying to help members understand how they can contribute more on an ad-hoc basis.  In the meantime the old ethosvo.org site has been moved away and traffic is now being routed to the network site.

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Latest Activity: Oct 15, 2013

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Social networks need better navigation tools

Started by Peter Matthews. Last reply by Peter Feltham Feb 7, 2012. 5 Replies

I do my best at the Research Cooperative to make it possible for people with related interests to find each other.My approach has been to…Continue

Tags: social networks, research cooperative, navigation tools, indexing, universal network search

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Comment by Annabelle Lambert on October 15, 2013 at 14:37

External Comms development piece has opened for discussion here 

http://epp.ethosvo.org/forum/topics/defining-ethos?xg_source=activity

All input gratefully received :)

Comment by Coral Stanion-Nazeri on October 14, 2013 at 22:04

Hi Mike, I'll try and get to the next First Wednesday social - I'll confirm once I have shuffled my diary around a bit. Look forward to meeting you :-)

Comment by Robert Pye on October 14, 2013 at 10:41

Sorry ;-)

Comment by Michael Davis-Marks on October 14, 2013 at 9:33

Who's Mike David Marks, Ron?

Coral - it would great to meet up or chat.  Do you ever come to First Wednesday socials?

Comment by Robert Pye on October 14, 2013 at 8:17

Bravo, there's an internal comms project that need your help at the moment.  Mike David Marks is leading and he wrote an email yesterday suggesting that our members help us critiqe his thinking.  Annabelle Lambert is also involved in maintaining comms and the NING site.

Comment by Peter Feltham on October 12, 2013 at 14:09

Excellent. 

Comment by Coral Stanion-Nazeri on October 12, 2013 at 13:37

I'd be interested in being involved. Worked with a few Ning networks over the years and, like everything you can get too close to it and so it's easy for you, but sometimes not so for others.

I'm just doing an online course at the moment and find navigating around some of the forums and getting my head around what is where and which threads is really quite challenging, so I'm already in a space to think there needs to be some improvement - the process seems to me to be disjointed.

Anyway, I don't have the answers, but am experiencing the problem, would love to help.

Comment by Robert Pye on November 14, 2012 at 16:47
 

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