Thursday, September 18, 2008

More on the Upcoming Issue

The September issue is now before the advisory board for final review and the creation of the PDF and HTML versions will start in earnest this weekend. The announcement on this issue's availability will be made by the end of next week.

In addition to the authors mentioned in the previous post, this issue contains insights from:

John Roese, Nortel's CTO, explores the social and strategic benefits achieved through Nortel's participation with the One Laptop Per Child project.

Allyson Hewitt, Director of Social Entrepreneurship at MaRS, explains the importance of social technology and innovation intermediaries to achieve positive outcomes for social innovation initiatives.

Nancy Doubleday, an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Carleton University, introduces the concept of adaptive co-management and how it can be used to foster projects that effect far-reaching change.

Kim Matheson, Carleton University’s Vice-President (Research and International), discusses the critical role universities play in enabling social innovation.

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