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Post-Event Notes from the Minnesota Voices Online Unconference

Thanks to everyone who participated (and that’s really everyone who attended) the MVO Unconference. You asked good questions, you had good answers – we came away smarter and with more connections. We successfully “connected rural Minnesotans with new media so every place can share its voice in the Internet age”. Our exchange continues online via our Minnesota Voices Online community.

Here are some post-unconference materials that capture or convey the event:


Please feel free to add your own!

Real-Time at the Minnesota Voices Online Unconference

Minnesota Voices Online Unconference

- There's an exciting theme.

- We get together.

- We share, network, and collaborate over a dynamic two days.

As part of its Rural Voices Initiative, the Blandin Foundation is working with E-Democracy.Org and other partners to host the Minnesota Voices Online Unconference, Friday, April 3rd and Saturday, April 4th, 2009 at the family-and-eco-friendly Inn on Lake Superior in Duluth. Get directions here.

The theme of the unconference is:

Registration is now closed

What the heck is an unconference?

Final Agenda

The conference will start late afternoon on Friday, April 3rd with a reception then dinner (family friendly), and a fun evening opening session. Our exchange will continue through the day on Saturday with lots of opportunities for participant developed discussions and break-outs until the late afternoon when we conclude.

Friday, April 3rd


Saturday, April 4th

Family Friendly Stuff To Do In Duluth

Pre-Conference Online Networking

A new Minnesota Voices Online community of practice is now open for Minnesotans (and beyond) interested in using new media to tell the story of their community, their community of interest or of Minnesota ( some examples we've found).

Pre-conference discussions:

More resources:

Per our friends commenting at Perfect Duluth Day ... you can shape this event. Please join the Minnesota Voices Online community for developing "un" context.

"Wikis" are new to lots of people. They allow anyone to edit a page or offer value.

During the unconference, we will use the wiki in a semi-structured way to take notes, collect links, and more.

 

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