via Emily of Emily's World comes another example of nonprofit tagging. The organization is The Creative Coast Initiative and they appear to be using del.icio.us to organize resources to be published on their site. They have several different feeds for each cateogries or tags: including news/events, jobs, resumes, real estate, etc.
The organization is "a public/private partnership responsible for attracting and growing brain-based businesses in Savannah." The partners include the City, County, Economic Development Authority, and "technology leaders." Hmm .. tagging a redevelopment, revitalization strategy?
I'm going to do some further research and find out a little bit more. Perhaps I can coax them to share a little bit more of what they're doing over at the discussion about nonprofit tagging for netsquared
This is what I'm wondering:
- What was the planning process around tagging to produce the RSS feeds?
- Who in the organization is doing the tagging?
- What is the tag design?
- How are they using tagging?
- What was the ED's view about the use of tagging to publish to the web site?
- What value does the use of tagging bring to their organization?
- Anything to share about what they're learning about using tagging this way?
- What needs to be in place to make it successful?