Compendium Institute Compendium has three key elements: a shared visual space where ideas can be generated and analyzed, a methodology that allows the exploration of different points of view, and a set of tools for quickly and easily sharing data both within and beyond the boundaries of the group. The process enables people to negotiate collective understanding 'on the fly,' capture the discussions, and share representations of their knowledge digitally across communities of practice -- an approach crucial in keeping collaborative efforts on track and on time. More...
Sunday, August 14, 2005
Compendium Institute and its software: Anyone else in Pittsburgh fiddle with this?
Are there others in Pittsburgh doing anything with this open-source software utility? MeetUp, huddle, whatever?