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More than 2000 links are organized into 25 categories.  Browse the categories and sub categories to find links to web sites with information you can use to build and sustain strong organizations helping youth move through school and into jobs and careers.  Some of the links point to older pages on some web sites. Click to the "home" page to find the most current information being shared. Look for social media links and connect with these organizations in social media. Look for the resource pages and visit sites that these organizations point to. This is a huge resource and it keeps growing. As you get to know what's here, by frequent visits,  it will grow in its value to you.

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Collective Action Opportunities, Challenges
This Winter 2011 issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) featured article about Collective Impact, and the Strive network in Cincinnati that propelled "collective impact" into a widely followed strategy in the years since then. This article has been followed by many others. Read them all. Share this with future philanthropist. These illustrates the potential of strategies like the Tutor/Mentor Connection, as well as challenges.

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Collective Impact Forum
From the newsletter: "The Collective Impact Forum is the place for collective impact practitioners and those interested in collective impact — from nonprofits, to funders, to people in government, to business leaders, and others — to come together to share success stories, problem-solve, and learn from each other. It is an initiative of FSG and the Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions, in partnership with many others working to advance the practice of collective impact."

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Communities of Practice: The Organizational Frontier (2000 HBR article)
This article was written in 2000 before the birth of social media, Google and other internet platforms emerged. It is still relevant.

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Community Architects Networ (CAN) - Asia
From the web site "COMMUNITY ARCHITECTS NETWORK (CAN) is a regional network of community architects and planners, engineers, young professionals, lecturers and academic institutes in Asian countries. Established in 2010, the network has been supporting community-driven projects under the Asian Coalition for Community Action programme (ACCA) regarding people housing, city-wide upgrading, and recovery from disasters. We believe the role of community architects is to build the capacity of people, by participatory design and planning process to make people be their own solution."

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Community Building Tips - Before Opening a Space
This article was written to show how co-working space planners should build community before purchasing space. The steps they recommend are useful for any community organizing effort.

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Community Commons Portal - Data, tools, and stories to improve communities and inspire change.
Community Commons is an interactive mapping, networking, and learning utility for the broad-based healthy, sustainable, and livable communities’ movement. Explore the site to see map stories showing uses of maps. Sign up for webinars. Join the community.

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Community Engagement Matters (Now More Than Ever)
This 2016 Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) article focuses on the challenges and opportunities of collaborative problem solving.

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Community Indicators Consortium Project List -
This is a comprehensive list of "indicators projects" in the US and the world. Each project is a "community information" resource that covers a wide range of issues important to each community.

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Community Indicators of the Greater Rochester (NY) area
From the web site: "A community indicators program of Rochester Area Community Foundation, ACT Rochester provides an objective assessment of the area's nine-county region's performance on key indicators of well-being. The robust website creates a "one stop shop" for data and analysis, over 100 indicators, as well as links to more than 300 community initiatives and resources. Center for Governmental Research conducts the research and analysis provided on the site. More than 200 local organizations and many individuals provided input and guidance into the design of ACT Rochester.:

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Community Intelligence - Enabling the next stage of development in people and organizations
From the web site: "We, at Community Intelligence, believe a better world is possible and it needs the courageous and wise action of all of us who care for it. We hold our vision not as an agenda to accomplish but as a future, we feel passionately attracted to." Visit the site and learn more.

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Community Issues Managment (CIM) systems
This slide show illustrates a very sophisticated facilitation process that is being piloted by the  Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems (CARES), University of Missouri

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Community Leadership Project - SF Bay area
From the web site: "The Community Leadership Project is a joint effort funded by three California foundations to strengthen grassroots organizations that serve low-income people and communities of color. The David and Lucile Packard, James Irvine, and William and Flora Hewlett foundations have long traditions of supporting diverse and low-income communities and believe that this grantmaking is critical to our missions."

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Community Participation 3.0 - a view of a possible future
This Slideshare presentation is describe as "moving from the stump to the stoop...to build meaningful conversation means fielding all affected constituents, bringing them together in dialog, giving them the facts and asking the right questions".

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Community Problem Solving Toolbox
From the web site: " The Community Problem-Solving Project @ MIT, is a resource for people and institutions worldwide. The users of this site work in all three sectors--public, nonprofit (or non-governmental), and private--and across them. They work on a wide variety of issues, from housing and health care to education and the environment, from labor and economic development to crime and public safety and "comprehensive" community change. They are managers, organizers, supporters, investors, educators and trainers, evaluators, everyday citizens, and more, working in cities and rural communities around the globe to tackle important social problems and seize opportunities to promote change."

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Community Tool Box - University of Kansas
This is an extremely helpful, comprehensive resource, committed to connecting people, ideas and resources for the work of community health and development. Sponsored by the University of Kansas. The site includes troubleshooting guides, like community planning and action. Also includes profiles of partners, such as The Access Project of Boston, Mass. which works to increase access to health care with a focus on people who are without insurance.

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Community Wealth. org - Engaged Universities, more
From the web site: "Few Americans are aware of the steady build-up of innovative community wealth building strategies throughout the United States. Community-Wealth.org brings together, for the first time, information about the broad range of community wealth building activity. Community-Wealth.org is a project of The Democracy Collaborative. Our commitment is to advance a new understanding of democracy for the 21st century." Visit the site and browse the various links.

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CommunityWalk,The easiest way to map things
From the web site: "CommunityWalk is a website that is dedicated to providing a powerful yet simple and easy to use interface for creating informational, interactive, and engaging maps."

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Complexity, self organizing, and social systems - article
This is an article posted on the Learning Change blog titled "Self-organization in Communicating Groups – the emergence of coordination, shared references and collective intelligence".

From the conclusion of the paper: "This paper has reviewed the mechanism of self-organization, conceived as the spontaneous coordination of actions performed by different agents. Such coordination helps to make the actions more synergetic, while reducing the friction between them. The result is that coordinated actions achieve their intended goals more easily and more effectively. In particular, coordination may result in an apparently unreachable goal or unsolvable problem getting within reach, as sources of obstruction vanish and missing elements are fitted in."

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Concept mapping. WorldWide Maps
From the web site: "The WWMAPS project organizes cultural exchange relations and construction of structures of knowledge between students from geographically distant countries and language. The difficulties of communication and distance are both solvable through the use of concept maps, made with appropriate software and shared in a network environment. Software and network environment are both provided by CmapTools, a free program very easy to use."

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Concept maps aid knowledge modeling and sharing - CMap Tools
From the web site: "Concept maps are graphical tools for organizing and representing knowledge in an organized fashion. Learn what concept maps are, how to construct them, and use them." The Tutor/Mentor Connection has been using CMap tools since 2005 to visualize strategy and resources available to visitors of our web sites. We're looking for partners to help map concepts of the T/MC.

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Conceptions of the Global Brain - Historical Review
This article from the LearningChange web site describes "The “Global Brain” as a metaphor for an emerging, collectively intelligent network that is formed by the people of this planet, together with the computers, knowledge bases and communication links that connect them."

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Conneticut Data Hub - a WEAVE user
From the web site: "The Connecticut Data Collaborative is a public-private partnership that advocates for the public availability of open and accessible data to drive planning, policy, budgeting and decision making in Connecticut at the state, regional and local levels. We are a user-driven organization, serving nonprofits, advocates, policymakers, community groups, and funders in using data to drive policy and improve programs and services."

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Cook County, IL. Map Application
This is an interactive map on the Cook County web site. Take some time to zoom in and out and search for information. If you're using this to create map-stories that call attention to issues in different parts of the region, Tweet your stories and share with @tutormentorteam.

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Cook County, IL.ARCGIS Map portal - log in needed
It appears that Cook Country Gov't has made a powerful map platform available to the public, but you will need to log in to see anything. Take a look.

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Creating Collaboration takes more than technology
Article in Business Week by Evan Rosen is worth reading.  I've suggested for years that businesses should provide these collaboration tools to their employees to use in their volunteer work, where their passion to do good is hampered by the lack of time to do good work. Many may learn to use these tools through their social work and bring the experience back to their paid work.


Read blog articles by Evan Rosen at http://collaborationblog.typepad.com/collaboration/

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