I wonder if I haven't missed something vital.
We have web2 which is going to afford freedoms, collaboration, sharing, democratic voice. I love everything about this. It fills me with optimism because this vision is based on a wonderful model of humanity - favouring and drawing on its best aspects. read more »
Over the next couple of days we have the NCVO Membership Schemes Conference, followed by a team meeting ... so there will be a lot more here by the end of the week.
However, just to recap, the aim of the project is "to explore changes the social web and other factors may bring to groups and organisations ... and to "belonging" in a networked society".
Just a really quick post before leaving - no time for a pic to liven things up.
But I just came across a post by Ewan McIntosh about BECTA research showing that young people aren't all proficiently using or have equal access to web2.0 technology, as it is sometimes assumed.
I would think the same applies to any audience you could mention. Just thought it was worth the point that while web2.0 technology has an awful lot to offer membership organisations they shouldn't assume that using them to recruit / retain necessarily speaks to as diverse an audience as they would hope.