Shareable’s annual global #MapJam is almost here! From San Francisco to Beirut, people around the world will come together in a few weeks to pursue a shared goal — to map all the sharing resources in their cities to support the creation of equitable and sustainable sharing cities. Help us to put sharing on the map from April 4-17.
If a MapJam hasn’t already been scheduled in your city, now is the time to sign up to host one.
If this is your first MapJam or if you’ve attended one in the past and have any questions, join us on April 6, at 12 p.m. PST, for a #MapJam Q&A session — just click on this link to join (no pre-registration required).
In the meantime, explore the #MapJam 2016 Host Guide, which features a treasure trove of resources to successfully plan and launch a MapJam.
Follow this link to learn:
What is a MapJam
Why host a MapJam
How to host a MapJam
Resources for hosts
Social media guide
How to populate your map
How to make a map
Sharing your map
Leveraging your map
Frequently asked questions
Local #MapJam logo templates
The third annual #MapJam is brought to you in partnership with these awesome organizations:
Transition US, Center for a New American Dream, OuiShare, P2P Foundation, The People Who Share, Data Commons, US Solidarity Economy Network, RIPESS (International Network for the Promotion of Social Solidarity Economy), Commons Transition, Transformap, City Repair, and many other community and Sharing Cities groups.
Questions? Contact tom [at] shareable [dot] net.