Tag archive for DCS in the news

Futurism in philanthropy takes off!

Futurism in philanthropy takes off!

We’re so excited that our founder and director Jessica Clark has published takeways from her residency as a futurist at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. While at the foundation, Jessica focused on understanding models for futuremaking that emphasize belonging, justice, and creativity. In her article,…

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Dot Connector Studio Co-Designs WVU’ inaugural Academic Innovation Summit

Dot Connector Studio Co-Designs WVU’ inaugural Academic Innovation Summit

In October, West Virginia University launched its first Academic Innovation Summit with more than 60 faculty and staff and community members. The two-day hackathon-style event was focused on “Creating Sustainable Rural Communities” — specifically, in Appalachia. Dot Connector Studio’s Jessica Clark and Mark Glaser helped…

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DCS Director Jessica Clark Featured on MediaShift

DCS Director Jessica Clark Featured on MediaShift

Our director and founder here at Dot Connector Studio, Jessica Clark, was featured in two articles published earlier this month on MediaShift—an online publication that provides insight and analysis at the intersection of media and technology. Clark was listed as a leader in MetricShift20 “a…

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ICYMI: Jessica Clark on podcasting

ICYMI: Jessica Clark on podcasting

Last month, Jessica discussed emerging audio trends and Dot Connector Studio’s podcasting research with the Knight Foundation on MediaShift’s Podcast. Check it out here. MediaShift Podcast #225: Trump Wants to Kill Big Bird; DOJ Indicts Russian Hackers of Yahoo; Dot Connector Studio’s Jessica Clark

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MediaShift reports on our Impact Pack

MediaShift reports on our Impact Pack

Curious to learn more about Dot Connector’s Impact Pack, how it came about, and how folks are using it? Check out “Dealing a Deck to Explore Media Impact and Engagement” by Jason Alcorn at MediaShift.

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Rethinking news from the ground up

Rethinking news from the ground up

This spring, we’re contemplating a shift in perspective—to 50,000 feet. We’re proud to spread the word on a project we’ve been working on quietly over the last several months with the Democracy Fund: a systems map of the crisis in local news. This interactive map helps…

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