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Making social network analysis more social

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —April 3, 2006
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SNA_web_pipThere sure is a lot of talk going on about Social Network Analysis. What you probably haven’t heard of however is a Sensemaking approach to Social Network Analysis.

If you’re interested we’d like to invite you to attend a free 2 hour seminar with lunch included! This seminar will be held in the heart of Melbourne’s culture capital Brunswick.

In this seminar I will aim to cover:

  • Key concepts and common approaches of social network mapping and analysis
  • Application areas for social network mapping and analysis
  • 3 big problems for current Social Network Analysis
  • Towards socializing the analysis through sensemaking approaches

THE DETAILS:
Date: Thursday 27th April
Time: Lunch starts at 12 noon. Meeting adjourned 2pm.

I look forward to seeing you there!

To RSVP and receive location details send me an email: andrew@anecdote.com.au.

Also see our courses page.

(You can find more of our writings on Social Network Analysis here)

About  Andrew Rixon

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