What actually makes a network a network?
A network’s basic structure is made of nodes (people, organisations) and links or ties (relationships, interaction). By understanding the basic network principle of nodes and links we see the social, dynamic and flexible fabric a network is made of. And we also understand why networks are great for sharing and learning. Networks are conversation. Draw your network and discover what your network is made of.
Here you can find inspiration to visualise your network:
- Net-Map Toolbox by Eva Schiffer
- Who is your network and who is driving it? – A short guideline to assess your network structure.
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