Resources are assets that are drawn on by an individual or groups in order to function more effectively. Network-centric resources are living resources that aim to build capacity in networks and communities to share and disperse knowledge. They are developed in a way that shares ownership, enables contribution and supports collaboration. They give life to and help nurture other resources.
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Network Centric Resources in The FabBlog
We’re starting a new project that looks at developing network centric resources. Resources are assets that are drawn on by an individual or groups in order to function more effectively. Network-centric resources are living resources that aim to build capacity… (READ MORE)
Here at FabRiders, we benefit greatly from our ability to share expertise with a network of technology capacity builders through which we have developed solidarity and close friendships. Recently, LevelUp asked us to help them think about how to improve… (READ MORE)
Our learnings never happen in isolation and we are always grateful to those who have helped inform us along the way. We learned a hell of a lot from Misty Avila and Allen Gunn (Gunner) at Aspiration, who shared their methodologies… (READ MORE)
Preamble As individuals supporting movements working for rights and justice, we believe in transparency, collaboration, open data, and shared knowledge. We strongly believe that resource creators should strive to be accountable to the communities they aim to serve. Content creators… (READ MORE)
Cross posted form the TABridge Network. Visit tech.transparency-initiative.org to learn more. Special thanks to Jed Miller for the post and for all his efforts in publicising our new guide. The Transparency and Accountability Initiative is proud to launch a practical… (READ MORE)
FabRiders’ Network Centric Projects
This project, undertaken on behalf of Internews, examined the outcomes of LevelUp, multi-year initiative that focused on supporting individuals worldwide providing digital safety training and education. The evaluation aimed to surface critical lessons the could inform future projects. A public… (READ MORE)
In this webinar developed for LevelUp, we looked at ways of evaluating training to help assess and improve digital security training skills. It featured guest speakers who use creative approaches to training evaluation and behavior change. They shared practical advice for conducting trainee follow-up… (READ MORE)
We’re taking a deep dive into communities of practice for a project to strengthen engagement around LevelUp, a digital security trainer’s community of practice currently supported by Internews. We are also helping to look into new governance structures that will help sustain the community and LevelUp resources into… (READ MORE)
FabRiders supported Open Knowledge‘s School of Data in efforts to develop a governance structure in order to decentralise and provide better support and connection to the nodes of their global network. This process has involved facilitating meetings and engaging network leaders in… (READ MORE)