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1. Sale / Fee

2. Work with set of orgs to change workflow to make org & work more visible to others

2.1. Easier to "share"

2.1.1. Facebook

2.1.1.1. Share

2.1.1.2. Subscribe

2.1.1.3. Like

2.1.2. Twitter

2.1.3. Social Bookmarking

2.2. Easier to "be found"

2.2.1. Website

2.2.1.1. Directions

2.2.1.2. Contact information

2.2.1.3. Mobile-accessible

2.2.2. Organizational Social Media Presence

2.2.2.1. Facebook Page

2.2.2.2. Twitter

2.2.2.3. Blog

2.2.3. Individual Social Media Presence

2.2.3.1. LinkedIn

2.3. Easier to stay current

2.3.1. Websites / Blogs

2.3.1.1. Google Reader (Google Search)

2.3.2. Keywords

2.3.2.1. Twilert (Twitter Search)

2.3.2.2. Keyword search list

2.3.2.2.1. Org name

2.3.2.2.2. People

2.3.2.2.3. Sector-specific terms

2.3.2.3. Google Reader (Google Search)

2.3.3. Twitter Lists

3. Roles

3.1. Educator/Curator: spread ideas, find information

3.2. Tour guide: help navigate new places

3.3. Consultant: identify actions needed

3.4. Service provider: help to act

3.5. Matchmaker: connect people

4. Potential Network Pathways

4.1. Create "shared experience" for groups (model on "Leadership" programs)

4.1.1. In person & online engagement

4.1.2. Series of events

4.1.3. Connect people from different orgs / communities

4.1.3.1. Group by sector

4.1.3.2. Group by org size

4.1.3.3. Group by job focus

4.1.3.4. Examples

4.1.3.4.1. Fundraising Group

4.1.3.4.2. Leadership training

4.1.3.4.3. Network affiliation

4.2. Community Innovation Storytelling

4.2.1. Conduct and share video interviews of innovators

4.2.2. Active blogging of activity / success

4.2.3. Curated stories via Social Media (e.g., using Storify.com)

4.3. Online communities

4.3.1. Facebook Group?

4.3.2. LinkedIn Group?

4.3.3. Twitter List(s) (e.g., @FDNCenter examples)

4.3.4. Ning group?

4.3.5. Community Building Hub

4.3.5.1. Innovation

4.3.5.2. Finding "network stewards"

4.4. Webtools

4.4.1. "How to" documents / videos

4.4.1.1. Follow us on Twitter

4.4.1.2. Join a group

4.4.1.3. Create a blog

4.4.1.4. Project collaboration tools

4.4.2. Curated searches (e.g., Blekko)

4.4.3. Aggregated feeds

4.4.3.1. Bookmarks

4.4.3.2. RSS

4.4.3.3. Social streams

4.4.4. Links

4.4.5. Website

5. Revenue model?

5.1. Subscription

5.2. Pay per use

5.3. Licensing

5.4. Rental

5.5. Transaction

5.5.1. %

5.5.2. Fee

5.6. Advertising

5.6.1. Display

5.6.2. Click

6. Next Steps?

6.1. Desired Outcomes

6.1.1. Utilize web-based tools to provide infrastructure to support network/collaboration activities

6.1.2. Scale Grand Vision Network and civic engagement activity

6.1.3. Shared/ viral learning

6.2. What are the nodes (or groups of nodes) we're working with?

6.2.1. Poverty Reduction Intiative

6.2.2. Grand Vision Networks and CORE

6.2.2.1. Network Conveners

6.2.2.2. Individual Organizations

6.2.3. NorthSky Consultant Network

6.2.4. GV Youth Engagement Team

6.2.5. United Way Volunteer Center

6.2.6. Aging and Disability Resource Collaborative

6.2.6.1. Network Conveners

6.2.6.2. Individual Organizations

6.2.7. Great Start Collaborative

6.2.7.1. Network Conveners

6.2.7.2. Individual Organizations

6.2.8. Discovery Center- Great Lakes

6.2.9. Whyville? How open is it?

6.3. What do we provide for or do with the nodes?

6.3.1. Create a Hub as portal

6.3.1.1. Create meaning for the users

6.3.1.2. Show how it helps their work

6.3.1.2.1. To make the tools & info relevant to them

6.3.1.3. "Start Here"

6.3.2. Provide Education on how to use Hub Resources

6.3.3. Market Hub Resources

6.3.3.1. Things at the hub

6.3.3.1.1. Search

6.3.3.1.2. Demos

6.3.3.1.3. Explanations

6.3.3.1.4. Information: To find info and to curate

6.3.3.1.5. Collaboration

6.3.3.1.6. Communication

6.3.4. Technical Assistance

6.3.5. Professional Development

6.3.6. Virtual Worlds

6.3.6.1. Minecraft

6.3.6.2. Game Based Learning

6.3.6.3. GamesforChange.org

6.4. What tools/platforms do we want to use? How

6.5. Customize tools, provide instructions for use, etc. to make it user friendly to use technology