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Communications and knowledge-sharing discussion

by , July 30, 2010

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In March 2010 Global Impact Study team members working on the in-depth studies, survey, and inventory activities gathered to harmonize impact indicators and discuss the project’s approach to communications knowledge sharing. We outlined our proposed approach to communications and knowledge sharing and in the discussion that followed researchers expressed the need for an internal communication space where Global Impact Study members can ask questions, request feedback, and share resources, reports, and any other materials that are not ready or intended for public consumption. TASCHA has established a Dgroup for this purpose.

For more information you can download the communications and knowledge-sharing presentation, or view photos from the workshop.

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Christine is a strategist, design thinker, and knowledge sharing and communications advisor with 12 years of international development experience. Her work focuses on ICTD, health, democracy and governance, and economic growth projects — create compelling content, connecting people and ideas, designing strategies, managing teams and implementation, facilitating problem solving, and sparking innovation. Christine writes about things open, participatory, and delicious at Facilitating Change and is a champion of innovation grounds: libraries, telecenters, coworking, hacker spaces, fablabs. Prior to working with TASCHA, she worked for Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC), the University of Maryland, and Deloitte’s Emerging Markets Group. Christine has an MA in Public Communication from American University.

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3 Responses to “Communications and knowledge-sharing discussion”

  1. Christine Prefontaine Says:

    Just a little note to let you know that you can download my account of the Montpellier Workshop here: http://facilitatingchange.org/2010/10/global-impact-study-montpellier-workshop-report/


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