Meeting members where they are: A new model for scientific communities
Most communities and teams have members with different levels of participation. As a convenor, how do you describe this? And what can you do to encourage deeper, more collaborative engagement?
In our just-released CSCCE Community Participation Model we address these questions, and describe four different modes of engagement within communities plus one “meta-mode.” You can read about these five modes, and how to use the model to plan and implement inclusive, strategic, and engaging programming, in our new guidebook, which is now available for free download.
In this month’s newsletter:
Explore the CSCCE Community Participation Model,
Learn how others have used the model on this month’s Community Call,
Find out what CSCCE members thought of the online meeting tool Qiqochat in our first virtual tools trial,
Read how to go from burnt out to creative again in our latest guest blog post,
And mark your calendar for our first quarterly programming update.
NEW! The CSCCE Community Participation Model
Does your programming meet your goals? How can you set expectations about member engagement? What does it look like to co-create with others? Our Community Participation Model will help you address these questions and more.
In the first in a new series where we trial online tools together with community members, we recap our shared impressions of QiqoChat and give you access to our notes from the call. Join us this week when we’ll be trialing collaborative brainstorming tool Mural.
Kickstarting your creativity in the time of COVID-19
In this guest blog post, Stephanie E. Vasko, Managing Director for the Center for Interdisciplinarity at Michigan State University, offers three activities that have inspired creativity since she began working from home in March 2020.
For our July community call we invited three members of our community of practice to share their knowledge and start a conversation about best practices when running virtual events. In this post, check out our five take-home messages for creating and hosting inclusive virtual events, or watch the presentations in our video archive.
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