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Does Extreme Content Delivery = Learning?
Blog entry by Beth Kanter, named as one of the most influential women in technology by Fast Company Magazine. This entry discusses learning design from the perspective of cognitive neuroscience and provides practical tips on tips on how to design and deliver learning activities that engage people and inspires them to apply what they learned.
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(05/28/2013 - Resources for Internet Trainers - General)

Internet Rights are Human Rights curriculum modules
Curriculum developed by the APC Communications and Information Policy Programme's project Internet Rights are Human Rights comprised of four modules on Privacy, Freedom of expression, Freedom of association and Internet rights. Each module contains Trainers' notes, handouts, case studies, resources and presentation files. More modules are expected soon as the project grows!
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(03/27/2013 - MMTK - Ethical and Legal)

Editor's choice: The Barefoot Guide to Learning Practices in Organisations and Social Change
This is a practical resource for leaders, facilitators and practitioners wanting to improve and enrich their learning processes. It is intended for individuals, organisations and for social change practice in the field. Community leaders, field workers, NGO staff and donor agencies struggling to make their organisations more learning-oriented will find this book helpful, inspiring and thought-provoking, helping them to start, and continue, a more fruitful journey towards learning and social change. It includes topics as diverse as community mobilising and development, adult learning, funding, evaluation, facilitation, and creative writing.
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(06/17/2011 - Resources for Internet Trainers - Training in a development context)

How To: Organise on Facebook Securely
Facebook is a potent tool for organising people around events or issues, but to use it most effectively you should make sure that you're taking steps to minimize the chances of people seeing your communications who you do not want to see them. This guide offers steps for doing so. Follow it to organize more safely, but know that even if you do everything pointed out here, you should still be cautious and skeptical when you're organizing online and take your online interactions offline as soon as it is possible (and safe) to do so!
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(03/30/2011 - Strategic Internet Use - The Internet for activism)

Editor's choice: Training Kit on Participatory Spatial Information Management and Communication
This Training Kit can be used and tailored for conducting training on Participatory Spatial Information Management and Communication. It contains 15 Modules that cover the entire spectrum of good developmental practice – from mobilising communities to developing a communication strategy based on the outcome of participatory mapping activities. The Modules touch on topics such as the fundamentals of training, ethics and community groundwork and processes as well as the more technical low-, mid- and high-tech participatory mapping methods. The Training Kit culminates in a Module on networking, communication and advocacy – the pillars upon which maps become effective media and negotiation tools.
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(03/25/2011 - Resources for Internet Trainers - Training in a development context)

Training Kit on Participatory Spatial Information Management and Communication
This Training Kit is can be tailored to meet your needs for training on Participatory Spatial Information Management and Communication. The Training Kit contains 15 Modules which cover the entire spectrum of good developmental practice – from mobilising communities to developing a communication strategy based on the outcome of participatory mapping activities. The Modules touch on topics such as the fundamentals of training, ethics and community groundwork and processes as well as the more technical low-, mid- and high-tech participatory mapping methods. The Training Kit culminates in a Module on networking, communication and advocacy – the pillars upon which maps become effective media and negotiation tools.
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(03/09/2011 - Strategic Internet Use - General)

‘Think of yourself as a reporter’
a blog entry with nice tips for people working with development projects on how to get started with blogging, writing style, content advice, and more.
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(08/24/2010 - Online Communities and Collaboration - Blogging)

Filming for Rural Change: Video in Development
This book is about using video in rural interventions for social change. It gives a glimpse into the many creative ways in which video can be used in rural development activities
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(08/17/2010 - Video Online - General)

10 Free Online Books for Web Designers
Free online versions of 10 recommended web design books.
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(07/28/2010 - Web Design - General)

Knowledge Sharing Toolkit
This toolkit is a living knowledge repository about knowledge sharing. It is intended to be a resource both for KS workshops as well as an ongoing place to learn about, improve upon and generally share our knowledge sharing practices. The toolkit has three main pieces. Two "libraries" one for methods and one for tools that can be used for knowledge sharing, and a set of perspectives and guidance that can help user to choose tools and methods for your needs and contexts.
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(07/13/2010 - Online Communities and Collaboration - Building online communities)

Introduction to Social Media
This resource looks at the key social media technologies and tools and how they can be used for learning and performance enhancement. It covers the general principles of social media and the use of social media tools for both formal and informal learning approaches in an organisation. It also considers how to choose the right tools for an organisation.
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(07/13/2010 - Online Communities and Collaboration - Building online communities)

Communications Planning Session (Facilitator's Notes)
Notes for a facilitator running a training workshop on developing communications strategy. Contains classification of existing types of communications, exercises, questions and answers.
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(02/17/2010 - Resources for Internet Trainers - Training in a development context)

Linux for IT Managers Training Manual
This manual course content can be used by learners preparing for other certifications including Linux+ and the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Certification. The main focus of this manual, though, will be to provide real life, hands-on solutions that commonly affect Technical and Mid Level IT Managers. This manual is intended for the following groups of professionals: * Technical IT professionals (System Administrators, Network Administrators and Technical Specialists); * IT Security Professionals; * Database Administrators; * Computer Programmers and Software Developers; * IT Consultants; and * Any other ICT professional with interest in Linux and Open Source Software. This manual will assume that the learner has previous computer knowledge, but not necessarily in Linux. The learner should have prior knowledge on the use of computers at a basic level. Programmers, novice System Administrators, and new users of Linux looking for comprehensive Linux instructions will find this manual of benefit.
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(02/08/2010 - Open Source - Linux)

Message in-a-box: Video
The video section of Message in-a-box will show you how to make videos, how to use them to support your work and how to distribute them, with examples, case studies and useful online resources. This section also tells you how to make a video in support of your activism while taking steps to ensure all participants are safe and secure, and avoiding unnecessary risks.
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(11/05/2009 - Video Online - General)

Message in-a-box: Audio
The audio section of Message in-a-box will help you create audio content that is powerful and relevant, and to distribute it to audiences using radio, CDs, public spaces and the internet. It also provides a number of case studies that show the many ways audio can be used in human rights advocacy work. This resource is available on CD for off line browsing.
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(11/05/2009 - Audio Online - General)

 
 
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