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Boy, this resonates with me. My graduate course has K-12 teachers as students, and in discussing this topic last week, the majority felt that professional development was the duty of the school and not themselves. That bothers me!

Michelle, This is so timely and spot on for people in prevention and social change. So much is happening, especially around the merging of community and technology. Many people in this field are not ready for making that merger. Having a plan to slip into social media tools for learning, networking and creating online community is a critical part of prevention's success. Thank you for this post. I wrote about and linked to you from Technology in Prevention. Looking forward to developing the plan!

Hi Michele

I am looking for advice or feedback for a NGO who is wanting to explore social media and how they can use it to network more effectively: http://sarah-stewart.blogspot.com/2008/11/advice-needed-on-how-organisation-can.html

I'd be really greateful if you could pop across and have a look at what I've said

thank you, Sarah

Great post! Got me thinking.

I like your article. It add some information to my mind.

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