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NGO

Ensuring Relevant Content for Learners, Conference Attendees

Public Health Association of BC, 2010

  • Used a wiki as a tool before their summer school / conference, and as a followup to it (summer school). Create online opportunities to meet other students, learn their interests and target education / curricula to the learners
  • Learners put up their profile, pictures, shared interests as well as all conference materials and different links to different websites. Chats going with other learners before conference

MITRE

Stephen Huffman, VP & CTO, MITRE Corporation - Idea Market, an online collaborative environment focused on generating, discussing, and managing ideas for new R&D projects. Any staff member can submit an idea through the platform. All other staff can comment and offer suggestions and vote. Launched in Spring 2009, the forum attracted 850 idea submissions and roughly 1,000 discussion threads during its first 30 days — all based upon a 40 percent participation rate across the entire MITRE employee base.

Source: http://blog.executivebiz.com/mitres-stephen-huffman-social-media-will-be-increasingly-important-for-internal-collaboration/9820

Education

Government

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

As part of AAFC's Sustainable Development strategy: Knowledge of water resources is increased.; and Water efficiency and sustainable water use is improved.

AIDS.gov - Collaborating with Federal and Community Partners to Improve Access to HIV and New Media Information: Lessons Learned from AIDS.gov

1:25pm Wednesday, 05/26/2010 Social Networks and Collaboration

Government of Ontario: Implementing an Open, Enterprise Social Media Platform Within Government

OPSpedia is the internal professional networking site for the Ontario Public Service, and is inspired by Wikipedia and Intellipedia (and GCpedia, and CivilWiki), but we went a different direction than our colleagues in other jurisdictions and instead of providing a variety of web based tools (a wiki, a social network, social bookmarks, etc). A website was built by customizing popular open source tools, offering capabilities in a single user interface. This talk isn’t about OPSpedia itself, but rather how we made it happen in the face of stiff, and common, bureaucratic challenges.


Natural Resources Canada

HRSDC Interactive Forum

Treasury Board

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