This blog post from Beth Kanter is a treasure trove of useful information. I was initially drawn to the post by the title because I have been working closely with our network literacy community of practice on helping our military and extension audiences build personal learning networks. However, for me, the most useful information is the assessment framework and theory of change she presents. I am a big advocate of theories of change for extension because a good theory of change helps educators think beyond activities to community change. The social media maturity of practice model looks very useful for helping integrate social media into our larger programs and gives some great indicators to use when measuring/determining progress along the model.