10 Steps to Extension Professional 2.0 Remix

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Next week I'm doing a Webinar for Extension Professionals , a remix of 10 Steps to Association 2.0 which was a remix of Marnie Webb 's Ten Ways Nonprofits Can Change the World. adoption strategies ( remix from Association 2.0). Remixed from here and here ).

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Building a Digitally Literate Community

Tech Soup Blog

Libraries, nonprofits, and schools are already working hard to teach digital skills and competency, but they need support of the entire community to help people thrive in the technology age. " The Role of Libraries. TechSoup for Libraries: Edge Benchmarks: Gadget Instruction.

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What happens when you set your content free with creative commons licensing?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

People can add and embellish your content and if you have access to the remix, it can give you new ideas. Here's a few (good) examples of how I have remixed other people's work or other people have remixed my work. Remix This Powerpoint. The cover is from a remix mashup.

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Notes from the Future: Reflections on the IMLS Meeting on Museums and Libraries in the 21st Century

Museum 2.0

What’s in the crystal ball for museums and libraries? The IMLS (Institute for Museum and Library Services) has commissioned a preliminary proposal for an NAS (National Academy of Sciences) report on museums and libraries in the 21st century.

Bring a Question: Creative Commons Hosts TechSoup Social Channels on September 17, 2014

Tech Soup Blog

For example, if you're looking for music, artwork, or other content that you can freely remix, republish, and reuse as part of your digital story, there's a Creative Commons license for that, too. What counts as a "commercial" versus a "noncommercial" use for nonprofits, libraries, and educational institutions?

A Social Publishing Strategy by John Gautam, Pratham Books

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

However, once children learn how to read it is crucial to sustain their interest by cultivating a reading habit and while the aim was to provide a book in every child’s hand and a library in every neighbourhood we found that there was a dire shortage of high-quality, low-cost children’s books.

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Social Media in the Nonprofit Workplace: Does Your Organization Need A Social Media Policy?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Can our fans remix our logo or will legal get involved? Many organizations just beginning their social media strategy understand the value of listening as a first step. I had noticed that there were over 300 groups in Facebook for SurfRider, many remixing the official logo.

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Picture this | Beaconfire Wire

Beaconfire Wire

It’s not a library but an index of other free libraries, none of which are big enough to search on their own but the sum of which make for a pretty good collection. to help people locate, remix and republish open and copyleft images. Free Range has a library contributed by photographers who receive ad revenue sharing. They’ve got a volumous library of photos (and now video) you can use for $1 to $50 (depending on the resolution, not the subject).

The Participatory Museum Process Part 4: Adventures in Self-Publishing

Museum 2.0

There are four tiers of restriction possible with Creative Commons licenses: attribution (must credit author), noncommercial (can't make $$ off of reuse), no derivatives (can't cut, remix, adapt), and share alike (must redistribute with same license).

Chris Brogan: What Were Your First Steps?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Anyone could volunteer to aggregate links in their field on their server - and would be linked to the main library on Switzerland. But not many people to share with or remix. My first steps. On Monday, Chris Brogan is going to do an NTEN members-only expert session and I'm filling in for Holly Ross as one of the moderators. We're going to be on a conference call and a meebo chat for member questions.