Follow NCDD using RSS
Our RSS feeds allow you to follow NCDD’s news blog, Resource Center, Facebook page and listserv! Use your feed reader to stay updated on new posts, use our Feedburner feeds to receive posts in your email inbox, or add the feeds to your blog’s sidebar, Facebook page, LinkedIn group, or Twitter feed to help spread the word about dialogue and deliberation! Not sure what RSS feeds are? Here’s a nice video that explains them.
NCDD’s Facebook page wall (NEW – and highly recommended!)
NCDD uses its Facebook page (at www.facebook.com/ncddpage) to follow dozens of our members’ blogs focused on public engagement, conflict resolution, community problem-solving and online engagement. New posts in the NCDD Community News blog and Resource Center are also shared automagically on the NCDD page’s wall.
Keeping an eye on our Facebook page means you’re staying on top of news, happenings, and opinions across our field.
Official RSS feed: http://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?id=148651608518075&format=rss20
NCDD’s Community News Blog (our main blog)
One of the longest-running and most comprehensive blogs in our field, NCDD bloggers have been posting on NCDD’s news blog (at www.ncdd.org/news) for over 7 years about funding and job opportunities, events and trainings, cutting-edge ideas, and more.
NCDD Resource Center
Over 2,500 resources are featured in the NCDD Resource Center (at www.ncdd.org/rc)… dialogue guides, D&D methods, videos, case studies, evaluation tools, articles, books, programs and more. Includes our must-see beginner’s guide, D&D glossary and Resource Guide on Public Engagement.
See list of latest posts at: www.ncdd.org/rc/resources
Recommended RSS feed to use: http://feeds.feedburner.com/NCDD-ResourceCenter
Official RSS feed: http://ncdd.org/rc/feed/rss
Feedburner emails: receive new posts via email
The NCDD Discussion List
If you are subscribed to our main listserv, the NCDD Discussion list, you can also use your RSS feed reader to follow new listserv posts. The link for the list’s RSS feed is http://lists.thataway.org/scripts/wa-THATAWAY.exe?RSS&L=NCDD-DISCUSSION&v=1.0
Also see our social media page at www.ncdd.org/social for links to NCDD on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and more.