This Friday, February 19th, for our weekly TechSoup‘s NonProfit Commons in Second Life meeting, we will be taking a special field trip to the Virtual Ability community for a mixed reality panel presentation. Panelists Courtney Steele, Ellen Lundwell, Alice Krueger will each describe their organizations and how their work addresses the intersection of media, community, and social justice.
The panel will be hosted by Dr. Susan Sci, assistant professor of communication at Regis University, Denver, CO, and include:
- Courtney Steele, of The Open Media Foundation
- Ellen Lundwell, of World Affairs Challenge
- Alice Krueger (Gentle Heron), of Virtual Ability, Inc.
The voices of the non-Second Life panelists will be broadcast into Second Life, with Alice/Gentle being projected live into the physical venue.
Join us in Second Life!
A Special Nonprofit Commons Weekly Meeting
Friday, February 19h, 8:00 AM PT / SLT
AGENDA (all times below PT)
- 8:00 am Special panel: Media, Community and Social Justice (taking place in the Sojourner Auditorium)
- 9:40 am Open Mic / Announcements (this will take place back at our Plush Nonprofit Commons Amphitheater: http://bit.ly/NPCinSL
The Nonprofit Commons in Second Life is a program sponsored by Caravan Studios – http://caravanstudios.org
, a division of TechSoup
. The mission of the Nonprofit Commons in Second Life is to create a community for nonprofits to explore and learn about virtual worlds, foster connections, and discover the many ways in which nonprofits might utilize the unique environment of Second Life to achieve their missions.
Written by: Rhiannon Chatnoir
For those in the nonprofit technology community who love the yearly Nonprofit Technology Conference, we have a few treats in store for 2011 and we hope to see you in DC next March. Take a moment TODAY and vote for two panels to be presented by the @npsl team led by Glitteractica Cookie with Kali Izdiak.
Do you ever work remotely with others? This leadership panel is for you:
Working with a Distributed Team
Wonder how we are able to produce events across four or more online channels at once and listen to everyone?
Multiple Channels of Engagement: The next generation of live online (Hyper-real) events
Take a minute to give us extra stars and we will do our best to give you a great series of workshop panels at NTC2011.
Written by: InKenzo
This week the @NPSL leaders are speaking at the National Sexual Assault Conference hosted by @CALCASA in Hollywood, CA. Susan Tenby and Megan Keane are on a panel with Janet Fouts today on LISTENING online, engaging through finding, hearing and connecting with your greater audience.
There are presenters and exhibitors here from state and government agencies, nonprofits and technology service providers assisting the domestic violence and sexual assault agencies around the United States. Some use very unusual methods to get their stories across.
Tomorrow Jessica Dally, Megan Keane, Susan Tenby and Evonne Heyning will be leading a panel at 8:30AM Thursday on storytelling across many media channels online. We look forward to sharing tools and tips with this audience and sharing them with you! We are doing a mixed reality tour today at 2PM with Buffy Beale inworld if you’d like to join us here #NSAC.
Written by: InKenzo