Developing and Sustaining Community/Network Sustained Resources

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Developing and Sustaining Community/Network Sustained Resources
Presenter(s) Dirk Slater
Title(s) FabRider
Organization(s) FabRiders
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Country(ies) United Kingdom
Social media @FabRider
2017 theme Communications & Design

For those of us involved in the creation of resources aimed at supporting and building the capacity of networks and communities, we can struggle with getting individuals to contribute their knowledge, particularly over the long term. In this workshop, we will explore how to share ownership, enable community/network contribution to content development and support collaboration. We will examine examples from LevelUp, Amnesty's Decoders and Tor. By the end of the session we will have a list of best practices based on our experiences. Participants will also have an opportunity to become part of a network of resource creators to help guide a new FabRiders' toolkit. This session is for community managers, communication specialists and/or anyone who is involved in developing content or resources.

Format Workshop
Target Groups Community/Network Managers, Resource Developers, Comms Specialists
Length 1 hour
Skill Level Introductory
Language English


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