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Sub-node 6 - Communication Practices & Tools

 

Coordinators:

Ms. Penelope Rowe

The Community Services Council of Newfoundland and Labrador

Email:  pennyrowe@csc.nf.net

 

Dr. Ivan Emke

Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador

Email:  iemke@swgc.mun.ca

 

Sub-node 6 currently has eight approved projects.

The following is a list of project titles and a condensed descriptions of each. For more information on specific SN6 projects (including persons responsible and outputs of the projects with hyperlinks), view the printable fact sheet by clicking on "Full Document" (pdf) after the project listing.

Project 6.1  Bridges and Pathways, or Detours and Dead Ends: Evaluating a Collaborative Web Community

This project is a study on the efficacy of a web-based community for a complex network, using our own evolving social economy project network as a case study... Full Document

 

Project 6.2  Introducing a web community software to a complex social economy organization

The purpose of this project is to introduce the technology of a web community to an existing social economy organization, the Community Education Network... Full Document

 

Project 6.3  The development of an open-source web community software

Web Community Software...Full Document

Project 6.4  The Uses and Gratifications of Communication Technologies for SE Actors: A survey of Atlantic SE organizations’ use of communications tools This project will focus on an evaluation of the uses of various communication tools in Social Economy (SE) organizations.  The tools will include internet technologies, local and regional newspapers, radio, television... Full Document

Project 6.5 Community Sector Forum: Testing an inclusive approach to engaging community sector leaders in a discussion about key issues and challenges facing the sector. Full Document


Project 6.6 But I Sent You the E-mail: Exploring e-mail’s effectiveness as a promotional medium within the community sector. Full Document


Project 6.7 Evaluating the Utility of Webinars as an Information and Communications Technology. Full Document

 

Project 6.8 Analysis of Community-Based Radio as a Communication Tool for Groups in the Social Economy. Full Document

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