1. Beach Walk 392 OTR - The Other Side of Talent

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    I'm at BlogHer Business Conference in NYC and we are here to show the way for companies to find a voice in the blogosphere to change how they communicate with customers.

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    • Web 2.0 and Social Media Learning Opportunities: Don't miss your chance

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      Nawsheen Hosenally is ICT4Ag Assistant at the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA). Previously facilitator of the Platform for African-European Partnership on Agricultural Research for Development (PAEPARD), Nawsheen explains why attending CTA's Web 2.0 and Social Media learning Opportunities may represent a life-changing experience. Learn more about CTA's Learning Opportunities on www.web2fordev.net

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      • Web 2.0 and Social Media Success Stories: Nawsheen Hosenally

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        Dubbed as the TwitterLady, Nawsheen Hosenally shares the story of her professional career and how skills acquired in mastering Web 2.0 and Social Media have played in a role in shaping it. At present Nawsheen is working as CT4Ag Assistant at the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) in the Netherlands.

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        • Web 2.0 and Social Media Success Stories: New skills and lifelong changes

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          Husna Yagoub is from Sudan. She works at CTA as data assistant in the framework of the Knowledge Management & Communication Programme (KMC). Likewise other CTA staff she has been following the Spring 2014 session of the online course "Innovative Collaboration for Development" run by UNITAR and co-funded by CTA. This is the first distance learning course she has ever attended. Confronted with great challenges she has been perseverant and kept telling me that - while doing the course - she gained a lot in terms of self-confidence and that she is going to be much more effective on her work. We decided to capture her thoughts on camera and it's worth listening to her story ... More information about the course is available here: http://www.unitar.org/ksi/innovative-collaboration-development.

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          • Web 2.0 and Social Media Success Stories: from disseminating agri information to supporting drafting the new constitution

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            Mr Simunza S. Muyangana is Director at Digital ICE Interactive Media Ltd and founder of BongoHive in Lusaka, Zambia. He is specialised in website development, new media technologies, and web 2.0 and social media training. On 24-26 March, 2014 a 3-day write-shop took place at CTA in Wageningen in the Netherlands. The purpose of the event was to update the curriculum which is used by CTA and partner organisations to run "Web 2.0 and Social Media Learning Opportunities" in ACP countries. The participants in the write-shop agreed on the need to identify and document success stories resulting from the adoption of Web 20 and Social Media solutions. In this short video he briefly recalls three success stories. Let's hear his story ... To know more about Web 2.0 and Social Media Learning Opportunities visit our site www.web2fordev.net

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            • Web 2.0 and Social Media challenges : What about people thinking I am wasting time in networking on social media?

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              Pete Cranston is director of Euforic Services Ltd. He is an ICT, Communication and Digital Media specialist, with long experience as a facilitator and trainer. A 3-day write-shop took place at CTA in Wageningen (NL) on 24-26 March, 2014. The purpose of the event was to to update the curriculum which is used to run "Web 2.0 and Social Media Learning Opportunities". In the discussions institutional barriers towards adoption were identified. Giacomo Rambaldi, the organiser of the event, put to him a question on ... staff wasting time in fiddling around with social medial during office hours ... Let's hear what he had to say ... To know more about Web 2.0 and Social Media learning Opportunities visit our site www.web2fordev.net

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              • Web 2.0 and Social Media challenges : Could you help me convince my boss?

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                Pete Cranston is director of Euforic Services Ltd. He is an ICT, Communication and Digital Media specialist, with long experience as a facilitator and trainer. A 3-day write-shop took place at CTA in Wageningen (NL) on 24-26 March, 2014. The purpose of the event was to to update the curriculum which is used to run "Web 2.0 and Social Media Learning Opportunities". In the discussions institutional barriers towards adoption were identified. Giacomo Rambaldi, the organiser of the event, asked him: "Could you please help us in convincing bosses that it is worth investing in the adoption and institutionalisation of Web 2.0 and Social Media"? Let's hear what he had to say .... To know more about Web 2.0 and Social Media learning Opportunities visit our site www.web2fordev.net

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                • Web 2.0 and Social Media Success Stories: By-passing the middlemen

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                  Mr Johnson Opigo is an ICT Consultant and trainer, Web Designer and Developer based in Nigeria. Among others he has been running Web 2.0 and Social Media trainings on behalf of CTA and UNITAR. Interviewed during the 3-day write-shop (Wageningen, 24-26 March, 2014) on updating CTA's curriculum used during the Web 2.0 and Social Media Learning Opportunities, Johnson summarises the power of Web 2.0 and Social Media and recalls a success story of their adoption and deployment in in the framework of the Growth Enhancement Support Scheme (GES) implemented by Nigeria’s Minister for Agriculture, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, which ended four decades of corruption in the fertilizer sector, eliminating the middlemen and scaling up food production by nine million metric tonnes in the first year.

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                  • 5-minute extract of 15-minute film (2013) '20 Ways Running Can Transform Your World' by Kai Syng Tan, London

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                    Psst! Wanna find out 20 ways that running can transform your world? Don't just sit there and watch! Come, run with me. I am your running ambassador! Artist-curator-researcher-educator-advisor Kai Syng Tan picked up running in 2009 to investigate first-hand – and first-feet – about running, for her Fine Art PhD work at the Slade School of Fine Art as a UCL scholar. Combining art practice and research, Kai’s study was an exuberant and expansive exploration of the physical and poetic processes of running as a playful means for us to re-imagine our internet-mediated world, as well as the way we think. Kai’s research not only investigated running as a subject, but self-reflexively activated running as an approach. Like a running-ambassador herself, Kai ‘ran’ from discourse to discourse across disciplines and cultures to assemble trans-running, including Daoism, the Chinese philosophy of correlative thinking, neuroscience, digital aesthetics, and the genre of the travelogue. Kai’s studio practice featured a large body of artworks collectively entitled Kaidie’s 1000-Day Trans-Run: 12.12.2009-09.09.2012. It starred ‘Kaidie’, who ran physically and poetically everywhere, including the fictitious city of ‘Nondon’, in search of a Monty-Pythonesque ‘Meaning Of Life’. The artworks ran the gamut of media and genres, including films, GPS drawings, texts, installation, actual and imaginary proposals and Do-It-With-Others collaborative ventures on social media platforms. Her blog generated more than 1.3 million unique visitors, and variations of the artworks have been exhibited/performed in 63 shows, conferences and so on.

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                    • web 2.0

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                      http://www.web20.me/ - Servicios, Herramientas y Aplicaciones web 2.0

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