[@OKau] Public services knowledge exchange online in Australia

Pia Waugh pia.waugh at gmail.com
Thu Apr 9 20:23:08 UTC 2015

Hugh is right about govdex, but also there are loads and loads of such
knowledge sharing throughout governments. It kind of depends on the topic
and the culture of the agencies/jurisdictions involved but I have run and
participated in knowledge sharing events or forums (online and offline) a
lot. Happy to discuss.

On 07/04/2015 10:50 PM, "Steven Clift" <clift at e-democracy.org> wrote:

> I am looking for examples of active online groups/online communities
> of practice hosted by intergovernmental associations, governments, and
> others designed to help exchange knowledge and experience among staff
> in governments and/or NGOs working on similar issues.
> This is "open knowledge" more in terms of person to person connections.
> Example could include hosting an online groups platform or one off
> Google Groups, LinkedIn groups, etc.
> Anything come to mind?
> Thanks,
> Steven Clift
> P.S. Years ago I wrote - http://stevenclift.com/?p=101 -  about -
> http://www.communitybuilders.nsw.gov.au - they had a model online
> discussion group gathering people across public services/NGOs. I see
> that they updated their site last year and it is not clear if they
> have online group exchange on the new site unless you login.
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