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Social Network Analysis Project with Tutor/Mentor Connection

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Social Network Analysis Project with Tutor/Mentor Connection

The Tutor/Mentor Connection is connected to several thousand people. Understanding our network and influencing its actions is critically important. This group is focused on using Social Network Analysis technology to build this understanding.

When you first enter this group, browse the discussions posted below. In one you'll find links to many articles showing ways social network analysis can be used. In others you'll see ideas for how we seek to apply SNA in mapping the growth of networks working together to support youth.

Website: http://www.tutormentorexchange.net/sna
Location: Chicago and web
Members: 15
Latest Activity: Jan 20

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Articles to read about Social Network Analysis 32 Replies

Understanding networks can help "cultivate a collective empathy" and can be a way to rethink citizenship and help develop a feeling of responsibility in individuals and groups that these people are…Continue

Tags: links, analysis, network, social

Started by Daniel Bassill. Last reply by Daniel Bassill Jan 20.

Information for 2016 Information Visualization MOOC hosted by Indiana University 4 Replies

I've been included in the 2016 IVMOOC. See client list. I was part of this in 2015. Below is how I introduced this a year ago:I've…Continue

Tags: volunteering, intern, university, tutormentor, mapping

Started by Daniel Bassill. Last reply by Daniel Bassill Feb 19, 2016.

Mapping Change in Youth Network as result of participation in tutor/mentor program 5 Replies

One of the goals of our Social Network Analysis is to find a way to show how the networks of kids living in highly segregated, high poverty, inner city neighborhood changes over many years as a…Continue

Tags: survey, SNA, student

Started by Daniel Bassill. Last reply by Daniel Bassill Dec 16, 2013.

Social Network Project at Tutor/Mentor Connection 15 Replies

Our goal from this project will be to use SNA software provided by Valdis Krebs to map T/MC networks, showing the connections between us, and people we know, and mapping the connections they have, to…Continue

Tags: collaboration, building, network

Started by Daniel Bassill. Last reply by Daniel Bassill Dec 15, 2012.

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Comment by Karina Walker on January 12, 2011 at 1:48pm

You all may be familiar with this, but I ran across an interesting company doing their own form of social network analysis for conferences and other events. In many ways, it is a similar way of mapping relationships to the SNA work you have been doing, but I think it is especially intended to be used prior to conferences in order for people to understand the relationships they have to one another so they are sure to connect with the right people before and after a networking event.

In case you are interested, here's a link to their demo, it's worth checking out: http://weavethepeople.com/weave/demo

Comment by Daniel Bassill on September 1, 2010 at 2:06pm
This map is posted here with a request for feedback.

Comment by Daniel Bassill on August 23, 2010 at 3:58pm
Kalyani posted this blog article showing the SNA work she did.

I asked her to post it as a blog so more people would be encouraged to look at it. However, I think we need to also post a reminder in this work space so it is seen as building on what has already been started. What do you all think?
Comment by Daniel Bassill on June 24, 2010 at 7:51pm
Take a look at how our new interns from China have created maps of their network and personal experiences. Through this we've gotten to know them better, and we've been able to brainstorm ways they can reach out to people in their network with information about Cabrini Connections, Tutor/Mentor Connection.
Comment by Daniel Bassill on June 22, 2010 at 2:43pm
Join follow up conversation on http://www.socialedge.org/discussions/business-models/maps-and-what.... The map below shows how Charles Cameron, of Social Edge, was part of the May 2010 conference.

Comment by Daniel Bassill on June 22, 2010 at 2:40pm
This map shows different groups that were part of the May Tutor/Mentor Conference. One participant was from Social Edge. Today, a follow up discussion is starting. Join it at http://www.socialedge.org/discussions/business-models/maps-and-what...

Comment by Daniel Bassill on April 19, 2010 at 5:25pm
This is info about the eChicago event to be held at Dominican University. Please forward this email to anyone who may be interested in:

eChicago 2010 @ UI: Seizing the Broadband Moment

Friday, April 30, 2010 at 8:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday, May 1, 2010 at 8:30am - 3:30pm
UIC Student Center West
828 S. Wolcott
Chicago, IL



Please join us for the 4th annual eChicago practice/policy/research conference, sponsored by the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and the College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs at the University of Illinois Chicago.


~Keynote speakers include Hardik Bhatt, Chief Information Officer at the City of Chicago and Drew Clark, Broadbandcensus.com and Connected Illinois.

~Panel discussions will explore how people, institutions, and communities are using new digital tools, and how Chicago can become more digital and democratic, wired and working.

~Participants will have hands-on opportunities to explore online information resources at a public computing center which will be open throughout the conference.

Representatives from community organizations, universities, and libraries, and anyone else who is interested in the digital divide, information policy, and how broadband can increase opportunities and improve life outcomes are all welcome to this free event. Register at http://echicago.illinois.edu, or contact Patti Grove at LIS-dev@illinois.edu. Spaces are limited.

We hope you can join us for eChicago 2010!




Nancy Kim Phillips
Student, Graduate School of LIbrary and Information Science
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

President, NKP Consulting, LLC
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Evanston, IL 60202
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Comment by Daniel Bassill on April 5, 2010 at 7:55am
Thanks Deanna, I look forward to it. I'm going to Lafayette on Wednesday to speak at a conference on Thursday. I hope that results in some folks from Purdue trying to learn and apply these ideas. If groups in other cities make some progress, maybe we'll be able to get a bit more support for what we do in Chicago.
Comment by Deanna Wilkinson on April 5, 2010 at 5:36am
Daniel,
Once this academic year is over I would like to get more involved (a few hours per week) and integrate some of your ideas with my ideas for the Violence Prevention work I am doing in Columbus, Ohio.
Comment by Daniel Bassill on April 3, 2010 at 12:00pm
I think of a tutor/mentor program as a retail store, where the goods and services are age-appropriate mentoring and tutoring and learning that help kids take charge of their own lives, and help volunteers become more effective mentors, coaches, leaders and change-agents. This PDF is a diagram that illustrates that idea. A SNA map of a program could determine which, if any, of these "services" are available.
 
 
 

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