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Laatst bijgewerkt op 1812 dagen geleden door Dirk Jan van der Wal

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  • Carmen Nolten - Laan,
  • Dirk Jan van der Wal, Pleio foundation, Ambtenaar2.0 foundation (Civil Servant2.0), City of Haarlem, Selfemployed
Introduction of Civil Servant2.0 and Pleio (Dirk Jan)
Dirk Jan will start off with a brief introduction of Civil Servant2.0 and Pleio. Why it came into existance, some numbers about its size and use. In addition he will show some examples of how Pleio is used / can be used: knowledge sharing and online collaboration. Both as en intranet and an extranet. He will also point out the opensource caracter of Pleio wich uses  Elgg software. This is important because it means we can freely share any new development by any of the using organizations.

Pleio was created by civil servants because the Dutch government did not have a platform on wich civil servants could freely share and interact with their collegues or the public. Meanwhile governments (especially the smaller communities) were growing more and more dependent on sharing knowledge because of cost effectiviness. Also theis is a growing desire to interact with the public in order to ensure support through participation but also to take mutually benefit from the publics knowledge.

So what does it look like.

[Screenshow] Dirk Jan will show his Pleio dashboard, the hub where all the information he thinks is essential for him is displayed. Via Pleio he wil navigate to a page showing recent Pleio statistics. There he will explain the concept of Pleio subsites at wich point he will handover to Carmen.

Original cheat sheet by Carmen

As promised I hearwith send you my new cheat sheet in which I don't only tell how to use Pleio, but why everybody should use Pleio. Please send it forward to the hosts, so they can think of questions to ask me and learn about Pleio before the show. If you want more information please let me know.  I talk to you tomorrow anyway. 
I'm a pirate and I work at Government, I always look for the boundaries in the organization. That means I don't buy everything the establishment says or does. I don't take because for an answer. Just because they say so or it can’t be done, or because they've done it like this for the last decade or any other reason they can think of not to work smarter than they are used to and use the knowledge of the present time instead of getting stuck in the eighties......
Pleio is the intranet of the Dutch Government. It’s the new way of working in practice. With Pleio anytime, anywhere, anyplace you can share, work and cocreate together with anyone. With Pleio you can create a group or a bunch of groups on the overarching website Pleio or on your own website on which you can work together with anyone. You've got everything in one place. Not some documents in your directory, my mailbox and the other guys dropbox, or even printed in tenfold on paper. It's a very open way of working together and everybody has access to the same information. Anybody who joins the group in a later stadium can see exactly what has been done already.   I made you a dummywebsite of a city called Utopia, because I have a dream that if Pleio will expand in the next years some magic will happen. I made this website open for public, so now and after this show anyone can look and see  what you can do with Pleio. I also made some dummygroups to show the possibilities. But I'm sure, when you start working with Pleio you can think of many more things you can do with it. Only join groups you've got something to bring or fetch. Commit or quit.
·        the dummysite homepage  ·        the divisiongroup and add some widgets(including Twitter)  You've got several widgets to choose from. Like Twitter, discussions, documents, online docs, rss-feeds, wikipages (you can set who can adjust the page), Tweio's (a wire/tweet on pleio), youtube video's, photo's, etc. Every group needs other widgets. Which you can set and adjust easily. To transfer large documents you can use filebinder on Pleio. You can regulate the access to everything you share on Pleio seperately. So everytime you can decide to share it with the group, subsitemembers, Pleiomembers or public.   By adding the widgets you like on your site or in your group you can have all information about a project or subject at one place. You can share it with members of the group, members of Pleio or public. You can even make a part of the group or website public. Show  ·        my dasboard  ·        add a seperate tab  ·        filesender  ·        examples of groups you can create 
Show About Pleio   * Pleo APP
The idea of Pleio is connecting existing knowledge and facilities wherever possible.
Pleio is built based on the open source platform Elgg.  Participating organizations hire suppliers to build on the basic functionality of Pleio facilities themselves. Naturally these modules, applications, templates, apps, etc. then will be made available to other organizations.  
Pleio follows the software developments. What isn't available today, may be available tomorrow. There is no central helpdesk, but a platform where users can ask questions and help eachother. Pleio is free to use. As long as it's social and not commercial.
Our motto is: For anything social, use Pleio To use Pleio sounds easy, and believe me, it is.  I think everyone in Dutch Government should work together in Pleio.  Or maybe everybody in Government all over the world.  I'm still a pirate, trying to conquer the world. 
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