桌遊王 公部門願意給資料的狀況： 【為何無法即時更新】 1.即時更新的資料必須有一個後台系統才有可能出現，否則都是人工更新， 2.機關通常拿到的是第二或第三手資料，上層部門有權利要但是下面的人（也有可能是承辦單位），就算給的資料也有可能是過時的 3.如果真的要認真做，理想的方式是協助他們改善整個資料搜集的流程，在第一手的輸入時就必須進行電子化（要有後台、或一些數位記錄（ex警察的pda）） 4.
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The QiqoChat Blog
QiqoChat is a tool for building vibrant online communities. Your members will be able to build relationships and efficiently share knowledge with their peers. If you belong to a trade association, you may be interested in reading more about Qiqo for trade associations. The core tools on QiqoChat help you connect with other professionals for small-group video breakout sessions for an experience that is significantly more enjoyable than a standard webinar. Each online community on QiqoChat is equipped with the following tools. A screenshot of each is below. Circles, Sub-Circles and Notification Connect by Phone or Video Chat Live Events w/ Audio & Video Breakouts plus screensharing and sketching Schedule Coordination Tool Peer-to-Peer Weekly Newsletter Live Café: 1-on-1 Phone Hotline & Group Video Chats Written Conversations Questions and Recommendations Collections Articles Project Management and Task Tracking Uploaded Files Flashcards Community Calendar Collaborative Notes Job Board Search and a Circle-Wide Word Cloud Visual Problem Mapping . Circles, Sub-Circles, and Notifications Groups on QiqoChat are called circles. Each circle is equipped with all the collaborative tools below. You can turn each tool on or off. Circles have a half-dozen powerful subscription options such as “Notify me of new events/questions/conversations/jobs/etc”. Members can set their notifications to immediate or to an hourly or daily digest. Example email notification options for a QiqoChat circle. . Connect by Phone or Video Chat Sometimes it’s much easier to speak with someone by phone or video chat than to write everything down in an email. We are built upon Zoom, a robust video chat system which can handle calls with up to 200 participants. Video chat is easier than you might think. One Qiqo circle even held an online celebration for one member’s 80th birthday! Users who do not have video chat can call in by phone and their picture won’t be shown, as seen above. Live Events w/ Audio & Video Breakout Rooms Anyone in your circle can schedule a live event on any topic. Each event has 10 online “breakout tables” and you can add more if you wish. Screensharing, whiteboards, and collaborative notes (see below) are available for each breakout table. Participants can also share links with each other and preview files and websites during the event without leaving the page. There are many ways to get creative with live events on QiqoChat. Events have a main table and breakout tables, each with their own collaborative notes. . Schedule Coordination Tool Propose several times for important live events and find the times that are convenient for the greatest number of your members. An easy way for people to indicate when they are available for live events. . Live Chat (typing) With QiqoChat, we provide chat to our users so that they can engage in “collaboration escalation” which means that they can connect quickly and easily through chat and then they can arrange a video chat right there on the spot or even schedule a live audio/video event for another time. Live chat is a quick and easy way for members of a circle to get in touch at any time. . Peer-to-peer Weekly Newsletter You can build an entire online community around this simple tool alone. Anyone in a QiqoChat circle can share one announcement or link per week as part of the weekly newsletter. By default, everyone in the circle receives the newsletter, and they can opt-out with one click. Surprisingly, it’s hard to find a tool for a community generated newsletter anywhere else. Members of your circle can each contribute one announcement to the weekly email newsletter. . Live Café Members of your community can walk into a virtual café to have a conversation with other members of their community who are available at that very moment. Members can choose small-group video chats or dial into a phone hotline to be connected 1-on-1 with people from the circle who indicated that they would like to receive calls. Connect live by video or phone to other members in your circle. . Written Conversations: Live or Asynchronous This is a powerful tool to help a small or large group of people communicate through written text. Members can schedule video chat events around any conversation (see below). Conversations have highly customizable email notification options so that participants can choose exactly how they want to be updated. . Questions & Recommendations Members can ask each other for recommendations such as “Best way to do X?” Members can schedule video chat events around any question (see events below). The QiqoChat recommendations tool is an effective way for a group to brainstorm. . Collections Members can gather a group of questions into a collection. New answers to any question in the collection will be visible immediately in the menu at the top of the page. Members can schedule video chat events around any collection (see events below). Create collections to stay updated on specific items across QiqoChat. . Articles Articles are a simple way to post a story or case study. Other members can add a 1-click reaction (informative, amazing, etc) or they can engage each other in the comment section. Members can write articles and stories in a standard blog format. . Project Management and Task Tracking When members of your circle want to move from communication to collaboration, you’ll find that it’s easy to track all the tasks associated with a project. First you write a short article about your project. When you edit your article, look under the “Optional Features” section to enable “task tracking”. This turns your article into the collaboration center for your project. Any member of your project team create and edit tasks associated with this project. You can assign a task to a specific individual, label it with high/medium/low priority, and mark whether it is in-progress or complete. This is lightweight project management tool is ideal for projects in your community of practice where many people may want to help with a project, but they do not have time to learn a more complex project management tool like Asana or Trello. Quickly and easily prioritize tasks, assign them to team members, and track completion. . Uploaded Files Members of your circle can easily upload files to share with each other. You can comment on files, and more importantly, you can include the direct link to the resource when you post a response using the other tools (Questions, Articles, Conversations, Notes, etc). Once participants share files, they can link to them when using any of the other tools on QiqoChat such as events and conversations. . Flashcards This is the easiest tool on QiqoChat and a fun way for members to exchange knowledge. Members of a circle can create and share flashcards with each other. Each member can save their flashcards in different virtual piles to help with learning and studying. Members of your group can create and share flashcards to help with peer-to-peer knowledge transfer. . Community Calendar Members can add external events from outside of QiqoChat to the calendar for their circle. Everyone who is subscribed to notifications about new events will be updated automatically. This shared calendar is a key feature for helping people make sense of all the relevant events in their community. Members can post events, even event…
Code for All
#3 April-June 2018, funded by NED Objectives The goal of the Code for All’s Exchange Programme is to provide a structured opportunity for member organisations to redeploy or co-create tech toolsamong Code for All (CfAll) partners, as well as to promote collaboration on specific projects. Level of Support We are going to fund the development of IT tools as a cross-partner collaboration effort with a grant of USD 5,500 including taxes. To receive the funding, applicant will be asked to provide an invoice. Proposal Requirements for #3 Proposals need to involve at least 2 parties, affiliated with Code for All member organisations, as a way to strengthen the Code for All network. Proposals should be for a co-creation or redeployment project, that results in a tangible service or tool or artifact. The outputs should be ‘open’, to facilitate re-use by the rest of the Code for All community. Code for All support programmes are meant to amplify work by its member organisations, and are meant to based on a “self-help” ethos. Applicants therefore need to demonstrate that they are providing meaningful matching funding / resources towards the project. Proposals need to include robust and accessible user documentation, to facilitate re-use or knowledge sharing, so that the project serves as a resource for the broader ecosystem. Proposals need to include a realistic outreach / engagement plan, to ensure that whatever resource is created by the project is used by its intended audience. The project / exchange should take place between April-June, 2018. Reporting: Rather than requiring bureaucratic narrative reports, fellowships must produce a “how we did it” or “what we learned” commentary. The format for this commentary will be determined by the nature of each individual exchange project, in consultation with the Code for All Exchange Manager, but could include blog posts or a case study, or a video or presentation or the release of new open source code for a corresponding tool. Application Contact Code for All partners to form the project proposal. Fill the application form by 23:59 GMT, 1st April 2018. The decision will be announced at 11th April. How to find other partners? I want to replicate/scale my project, or but I don’t know partners in other countries. I’d like to learn from other Code for organizations and I can provide skills and co-create project with them. We’d like to be the host organization and invite people with skills/experience on certain topics to work on our project, how do I find them? I have a great project idea and I want find partners who’d like to make it happen with me! Please shortly describe your project, highlight how you want to scale it or replicate it and elaborate on how will a face-to-face interaction benefit the collaboration? Please put that information on Code for All’s Slack #projectexchange channel, so others can read about your project. Use case: I’m individual, I want to work on my project with other people internationally, because I want replicate, or I want to cover other data geographies … We’re Code for xxxx, we’d like to host an exchange program in our organization which locate in (city, country) during 2018 (Feb to May) to work on (our project)… Then please write on the Slack. Information put on the Slack should be reacted upon by Collaboration Manager (@Bogdan). For other questions regarding Exchange Program, please contact Exchange Manager for further information. Exchange Manager| Aiya Hsu Code for All’s Slack @Aiya |