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"CONNECTED CITIZENS" WEBINAR
April 20, 2011
Knight Foundation and Monitor Institute conducted a webinar on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 on Monitor’s new report, Connected Citizens: The Power, Peril and Potential of Networks.
The report tells how an increasingly connected world – where social networks are proliferating on and off-line– will affect the way people push for social change. Download a copy at www.connectedcitizens.net
Hear from speakers Mayur Patel of Knight Foundation, Diana Scearce of Monitor Institute, Conor White-Sullivan of Localocracy and Dana Jackson of Making Connections Louisville
Join the conversation about the future of networks and their impact on philanthropy.
Replay this archived webinar at Readytalk.com
Download the PowerPoint file used in the show.
Community Info Toolkit Webinar, 04/14/2011
The Toolkit helps leaders like you harness the power of information to advance their goals for a better community. It offers a simple, affordable and easy-to-use tools to help take stock of your community’s news and information resources, and take action to improve them.
To take a look at the toolkit, please visit www.infotoolkit.org.
During the webinar you can learn more about this new tool – and provide feedback to help shape its next iteration.
Hear from speakers, including Mayur Patel of Knight Foundation, Tony Siesfeld and Barbara Kibbe of Monitor Institute and Lee Rainie of the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
REPLAY THIS ARCHIVED WEBINAR.
The Community Information Toolkit is a project of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the Monitor Institute, with advisory support from the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
'News Releases that Get Headlines'
January 19, 2010
Nationally known Story Coach Mary Ann Hogan offers top tips for crafting news releases that get results. Mary Ann, who consults with news organizations, foundations, museums and others, will offer advice, answer questions, and help get your group noticed in the media.