Using technology to support and develop self-evaluation and planning; mainly in the education sector. I am also involved in community actvities through a community council and another voluntary organisation.
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A belated hello and welcome to the co-production practitioners network Jim, thanks for joining us!
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Some of the following areas are good starting points;
Network groups– based loosely around geographical regions or interest themes, they also host face to face meetings. There's a great Scottish network that you might want to join, they have big plans for co-production in Scotland.
Resources and Videos will give you access to the latest documents supporting co-production and bring you face to face with those putting it into practice. Your work on self-evaluation and planning sounds interesting. Evaluating activity and generating evidence of the value of co-production are two common (and pressing) themses for practitioners. If you were able to add any of your tools or blog about your experiences I'm sure you would generate a good response from other practitioners.
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