I’ve been accumulating a blogging backlog throughout this summer – having tons of ideas for blog posts, but little time to write. Well, some of the ideas and insights I wanted to share with you, is a brilliant list written by Beth Simone Noveck. I heard her at the Personal Democracy Forum conference in New … Continue reading
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50 ways to use wikis in the classroom (or in a political party)
One of my readers, Kelly Sonora, sent me an interesting link that can be useful, not only for teachers, but also for journalists, politicians and techpeople. At the site Smart Teaching, you can find plenty of smart ideas, among them a blog post about 50 ways to use wikis for a more collaborative and interactive … Continue reading
Diplopedia or how to share information in an organization
When American diplomats can share information in Diplopedia, why can’t Norwegian bureaucrates do the same? Or let information flow through the intrapedia (I don’t know if the word exists, but the idea is to combine an intranet with the wiki concept). Diplopedia is the U.S. State Department’s internal wiki (not open for the public), and … Continue reading
Time for wiki foreign policy?
Norwegian foreign policy as a wiki document? Would that be an intriguing idea? Open for contributions and editing from the audience? I do understand if some diplomats would bite their tongue off if reading this, and to be honest, I’m not sure how that would work out. But why not try it out? The reason … Continue reading