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What interesting collaboration structures or new social technologies are worth learning from during Covid-19?

We are especially focused on *high-meaning* or *high-agency* groups, doing any of the following; local volunteer & workforce coord, scientific collaboration, online spirituality & play, talent discovery, media vetting, or add a category if we're missing it.

We are interested in tracing experiences of meaning and agency to design decisions — so in the pros/cons section please help us understand WHY you think something works well: does it excel at onboarding? stranger-stranger matchmaking? assigning tasks? making group activities? etc.

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Coronavirus Tech Handbook
by Lachlan Wells
A Wiki hosted on Google Docs, compiling a list of specialist groups to join and tech/medical reso... more
 
This document directs turtles to smaller groups with other turtles and birds.
 
1
Serge
endcoronavirus.org
by Joe Edelman
A slack-based community of 2000+, doing complex science, coordination of production, and voluntee... more
 
1
Serge
Partial Directory of Mutual Aid Efforts
by Howard Rheingold
Mutual Aid & Social Capital: The Power of Communities, Networks (with list of links to Covid-19 m... more
0
Heterodox Academy
A non-partisan collaborative of professors, administrators, and graduate students committed to en... more
0
common.is
by Justin West
A network of social entrepreneurs dedicated to supporting one another to achieve their missions a... more
0
https://www.untangle.life/
by Sergio Hunt
Private support groups for families and healthcare staff with concerns about loss and grief
0

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