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Photovoice.ca

Photovoice.ca | community development | Scoop.it

"Photovoice Hamilton is designed to give people a chance to share their views, ideas, and experiences. In particular, issues of poverty and housing are being targeted. Project photographers call themselves 'marginalized', which means they might be unemployed, homeless, living in substandard housing, living with illness, or with a disability. In other words, facing any kind of hardship."


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Twitter as a tool for learningScoop.it

Twitter as a tool for learningScoop.it | community development | Scoop.it
Social media often gets a bad rap for being a driving force behind people falling out of touch, neglecting in-person relationships, and reducing productivity for people around the world.
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10 Free Essential Resources for Community Managers | Social ...

10 Free Essential Resources for Community Managers | Social ... | community development | Scoop.it
A collection of the best free resources for social media managers on how to build a community, keep them engaged and the day-to-day toolkit such as a social media content calendar template and a social media sizing cheat ...

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focusing on online communities and social media

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“Less Followers” Is The New “More Followers” — socialmouths

“Less Followers” Is The New “More Followers” — socialmouths | community development | Scoop.it
“Less Followers” is the new “More Followers”. Focus on building small but solid audiences of raving fans that want more of that magic you deliver.
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The First Step To Community Empowerment

Discussions on Creating Community (First empowerment step to creating HOA community unity requires listening to residents http://t.co/PeAudOYM...)...

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