A quick update!

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I owe this website a blog or two but, in my defence, I have been busy actually “doing and deliv­ering” since I last told you all what I was up to! (Which affords an obvious oppor­tunity for a willing volunteer … Continue reading

Collage..the story so far!

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IT is less than five short months since COLLAGE made the trans­form­a­tion from original idea to the status of a fully oper­a­tional registered company. The concept was simple. With the tra­di­tional world of work under­going fun­da­mental and irre­vers­ible changes that … Continue reading

Word spreads worldwide

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I was inter­ested to see this blog post from “across the pond” which illus­trates how people are becoming globally aware that the world of work is changing — very much in line with our approach at Collage Network. It reads: … Continue reading

Citizen Journalism, Employment, Unemployment and Underemployment

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By Pamela McLean — a teacher-learner, who learns by doing and shares what she learns, co-founder of Dadamac — http://​www​.dadamac​.net I’m con­sid­ering “What is the relevance of Citizen Journalism to the project I’m currently helping to launch?” The project is … Continue reading

Just The Beginning

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Submitted by Mark, journ­alist and par­ti­cipant at the April 14th workshop at Bromley Central Library ATTENDING the launch of Collage Network last Saturday felt like being there at the start of something big. The Age of Collaboration is clearly very … Continue reading

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