Study Group: Communal Inspiration – Creating a community of open sharing

Hosted by Bryan Robinson, Erin Mikail Staples & Orbit
Mar
3
Virtual
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A strong community is a community where individuals are empowered and encouraged to share openly. This sharing can take many forms: personal anecdotes, professional updates, and off-topic jokes are all signs of a healthy community.

What makes a community healthy and useful to all involved is a sense of open knowledge sharing. This can take the shape of answering questions, sharing use cases, showcasing interesting projects, or showing workflows or code snippets.

In this study group, we’ll explore why this is an important goal for community advocates to work toward, how you can foster an environment of experimentation in your community, what sorts of tools work best for this sort of sharing and how to report the benefits of a communal inspiration program back to your team.

Study Group: Communal Inspiration – Creating a community of open sharing

Hosted by Bryan Robinson, Erin Mikail Staples & Orbit
Mar
3
Virtual
Registration
Approval Required
Your registration is subject to approval by the host.
Past Event
This event ended 393 days ago.
Hello! To join the event, please register below.
About Event

A strong community is a community where individuals are empowered and encouraged to share openly. This sharing can take many forms: personal anecdotes, professional updates, and off-topic jokes are all signs of a healthy community.

What makes a community healthy and useful to all involved is a sense of open knowledge sharing. This can take the shape of answering questions, sharing use cases, showcasing interesting projects, or showing workflows or code snippets.

In this study group, we’ll explore why this is an important goal for community advocates to work toward, how you can foster an environment of experimentation in your community, what sorts of tools work best for this sort of sharing and how to report the benefits of a communal inspiration program back to your team.