The Tutor/Mentor Connection is connected to several thousand people. Understanding our network and influencing its actions is critically important. This group was created in 2010 to focus on using Social Network Analysis technology to build this understanding. While the group is not currently active, it's goals remain in place.
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.
Location: Chicago and web
Latest Activity: Jul 14, 2020
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 Jul 14, 2020.
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.
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
Started by Daniel Bassill. Last reply by Daniel Bassill Dec 16, 2013.
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.
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
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