Resources

I have not moved everything from my old site yet… so in the mean time, here are the links. First, I keep a pretty extensive wiki with a variety of resources and links here. If you are looking for specific techniques or tools, start with the wiki. Older resources Women’s Sites (not updated)

About Full Circle

Communications, planning, and connected solutions for a changing world Telephone: (206) 517-4754 Location: Seattle, Washington, USA Philosophy Services Associates and Partners Clients About Nancy White Community Facilitation and Building Services Trainings and Workshops Visual and Graphic Work Nancy on Other Sites Full Circle Associates is me, Nancy White, plus my network of professionals who provide … Continue reading About Full Circle

Harvesting, Weaving and Creating Summaries

by Nancy White, last edited 3/2003 (Originally at http://www.fullcirc.com/community/creatingsummaries.htm) Asynchronous text based online conferencing often suffers from too much volume and what has been labeled the “tyranny of recency over relevancy.” Even in threads highly focused and on topic, gems quickly get buried and action items forgotten. Important side topics either dominate, or die. This creates … Continue reading Harvesting, Weaving and Creating Summaries

Defining the Purpose of Your Community

Updated 10/02 (Note: This piece was written back  here at  http://www.fullcirc.com/community/communitypurpose.htm in the “olden days” of text based web conferencing as the primary platform for online communities. Many things have changed since then. At some point, I’ll update this piece! 3/15) By Nancy White “The great and glorious masterpiece of man is to know how to … Continue reading Defining the Purpose of Your Community

Networks, Groups and Catalysts: The Sweet Spot for Forming Online Learning Communities

Nancy White, August 2002 Presented at Net*Working 2002, Australia (online) In the late 90’s there was a lot of energy around “virtual communities.” They were touted as the ultimate web deployment, the key to online commerce and later online education. Early adopters swarmed sites and racked up web hits in the millions. But then there … Continue reading Networks, Groups and Catalysts: The Sweet Spot for Forming Online Learning Communities