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Vertical Horizontal Networks and Social Problem Solving

Vertical Horizontal Networks and Social Problem Solving

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Published by Daniel F. Bassill
This article shows how people in social networks, conferences and other gatherings are sharing information while people in vertical networks are using that information in on-going problem solving.
This article shows how people in social networks, conferences and other gatherings are sharing information while people in vertical networks are using that information in on-going problem solving.

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Published by: Daniel F. Bassill on Jun 17, 2012
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Collaboration and eLearning
A discussion of Vertical vs. Horizontal Learning Networks
A Horizontal NetworkPeople connected to each other on Facebook,Twitter, etc, who share a common interest(sports, art), or a common background(family, college, business), etc. are in ahorizontal network. People representinggoals of vertical networks are part ofhorizontal networks, too.
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A Vertical NetworkPeople working together or collectively toachieve a shared goal over a period of timeare in a vertical network. Certain actions,repeated over and over, by many people,are needed to achieve the shared purpose.
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Collective Effort
Our aim is to reduce the costs of poverty by helping more youthin high poverty areas move through school and into careers.
This essay shares ideas about vertical and horizontal networks. It alsoshares Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC ideas about what cities and statesaccomplish when leaders and citizens are working collectively towardshared goals that we cannot achieve when working alone.
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a Horizontal Network
The unifying factor is an event, a meeting place, acommon interest, such as in art, technology, socialentrepreneurship.
People who host and join such networks are interested in the topic and usingthe ideas and people they meet to make a better world. The organizers connectspeople in their network with each other.
Individuals within horizontal networks often represent verticalnetworks.
However, horizontal networks themselves are not focused on a specific goal,large or small, such as making computer learning available in all parts ofChicago, or of using computers to support the growth of social services tocertain sectors throughout Chicago, or a single neighborhood.
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