Community Development Society Annual Business Meeting
· The Community Development Society provides an annual business meeting for the members of CDS as well as members of the general public. Members can participate in the meeting. This year the meeting will be 100% online. This meeting will be recorded.
· Meeting Date/Time
Community Development Society Annual Business Meeting
Tuesday July 14, 2020
Start Time: 6am PDT/8am Central/9am EDT
Approximate End Time: 8am PDT/10am Central/9am EDT
· Attendees should access the zoom webinar 15 minutes before the meeting. It is expected that the meeting shall take a total time of 2 hours.
· IT-Brian Suggs shall manage the technical aspects/Eric Trevan will be the Meeting Coordinator (MC) and manage membership participation.
Attend the Meeting
· In order to attend the meeting, member and panelists/speakers must RSVP for the meeting. Members may participate, in the meeting at the MC’s discretion, while the general public can participate in a view only manner via Facebook live. The meeting will be a webinar format which allows members to participate via Q&A sessions and hand raising. ALL RSVP’s ARE DUE BY 5PM PDT FRIDAY JULY 10, 2020! RSVP’s shall include name and email. In addition, the general public will be required to provide a phone number, address and brief description of interest in CDS.
§ A panelist registration link will be e-mailed to CDS speakers on Friday July 3, 2020, Monday July 6, 2020 and Thursday July 9, 2020. Panelists must RSVP so we can verify participation and set up a technical consult to verify each speaker is prepared for the Zoom presentation.
§ A practice session will be coordinated with all panelists/speakers on Friday July 10, 2020. An email will be sent with a more specific time as well as more information on how to join the practice session
o CDS Members (Active and in Good Standing)
§ A registration link will be e-mailed to CDS members on Friday July 3, 2020, Monday July 6, 2020 and Thursday July 9, 2020. Members must RSVP so we can check your information with our current CDS membership list. ALL RSVP’s ARE DUE BY 5PM PST FRIDAY JULY 10, 2020!
§ Please use the following link to RSVP https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ll-UOJ47TgSQsrzPD8gG8Q
§ After registering and CDS approval, a secure link will be sent to the email on the RSVP-CDS reserves the right to remove anyone from the meeting for any reason inconsistent with the purpose of the meeting.
§ Participation shall be through the “hand raise” function and at the discretion of the CDS webinar host and co-host’s.
o General Public
§ The general public will be able to join via a live stream on Facebook. A link to the live stream will be posted on the CDS Facebook page when the Webinar starts
§ Information will be placed on the CDS website (comm-dev.org) informing for the general public to watch Facebook for the live stream post
· Please use these contacts to reach out for any questions, comments and/or concerns. As you are aware, it will be difficult to answer questions the day of the CDS Annual Business Meeting.
o Please refer all specific webinar technical questions to Brian Suggs (call/text) 888-873-7380 at firstname.lastname@example.org
o Please refer all meeting questions to Eric S. Trevan, Ph.D. at (call/text) 888-873-7380 email@example.com
Community Development Practice is a web-based publication of the Community Development Society. It presents innovative approaches, tools, and techniques that can be readily applied by community development practitioners, applied researchers, and prac-academics.
- Topics in Community Development Over 50 Years (p. 2-7)
- Building Collaborative Governance and Community Resilience under Socio-spatial Rural Disparities and Environmental Challenges (p. 8-16)
- Book Recommendations (p. 17-21)
- Issue 22: The Pursuit of the Future of Community Development
- Collaborative Property Condition Assessment for Neighborhood Change: An Example of "Community Geography in Buffalo, New York (p. 4-16)
- Radical Walking: Tool, Practice and Implications for Community Development (p. 17-28)
- Building the Entrepreneurial Spirit of the Youth Through Education: Experiences from SCDE, University of Ghana, Legon (p.29-42)
- Word Clouds as a Community Development Tool: Promises and Pitfalls (p. 43 - 55)
- Commentary: The Future of Community Development (p. 56 - 59)
- Issue 21 - Transformative Global Community Development
- Editorial: Transformative Global Community Development (p.3-4)
- The Transformation of the West Virginia Recruitable Communities Program (p. 5-12)
- Strengthening Community-based Veterinary Extension Systems in Smallholder Farming Areas of Zimbabwe (p.12-23)
- A Tool to Reducing Group and Gang Violence in London (p. 24-31)
- Issue 20 - A Refreshed Community Development Practice
- Editorial: Revitalizing Practice: Introduction to a Refreshed Community Development Practice (p. 2-3)
- Are We Using All the Tools in Our Toolkits? Considering Video Recordings for Community Development (p. 5-13)
- Uncovering Hidden Rental Properties (p. 14-35)
- Community-Responsive Behavioral Research: Translating Data for Public Consumption and Decision Making (p. 36-48)
- Community Coaching: Insight into an Emerging Practice (p. 49-55)
- Issue 19 - Conducting Virtual Facilitated Discussions
- Issue 18 - You Get What You Measure: A Process to Determine and Measure Progress in Community Development
- Issue 17 - The Use of Social Networking in Community Development
- Issue 16 - The Waste Solutions Forum: An Innovative and Cooperative Approach to Support the Agriculture Community and Protect Water Quality
- Issue 15 - Options for Farmers, Farmers Markets and Communities: Homebased Fruit and Vegetable Micro Processing
- Issue 14 - Creating Business Networks
- Issue 13 - Using Community Capitals to Build Assets for Positive Community Change
- Issue 12 - Values, Operational Principles, and Models for Universities to Follow While Implementing Development Programs in Diverse, Rural Communities
- Issue 11 - Entrepreneurial Facilitation: Approaches for Boosting Entrepreneurship in Local Economic Development
- Issue 10 - The CAFE Approach: New Tools to Foster Citizen Involvement in the Community Development Process in Small Rural Towns
- Issue 9 - Strategic Partnering: Partnering for Change
- Issue 8 - Capturing the Character of Rural Communities through Tourism Development
- Issue 7 - Large Group Interventions for Whole System Participation, Development and Change
- Issue 6 - Building Community and Commitment to the Future: The Search Conference
- Issue 5 - Analyzing Local Markets
- Issue 4 - Force-Field Analysis: Incorporating Critical Thinking in Goal Setting
- Issue 3 - Taking Action: Community Development Strategies and Tactics
- Issue 2 - Community Development and Business Location Decision Making
- Issue 1 - Community Issues Gathering: A Tool for Resolving Controversy
If you are interested in submitting a manuscript to Community Development Practice, please contact:
Anne Cafer, Community Development Practice Editor
Phone: 662-916-7129, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org