Net-Map Training in Washington

Net-Map Tool- Training for Research and Impact Management

Net-Map is a visualization approach to Social Network Analysis that was developed by IFPRI post-doc Eva Schiffer in her research on multi-stakeholder water governance in northern Ghana. Net-Map is a tool for understanding and improving complex social situations with multiple actors, diverse goals and unclear distribution of influence.

“You want to learn how to use Net-Map in your own specific context, get a first idea of the social network measures we use to understand our data, be guided through the process of data entry and ask me all your remaining questions?

Why not participate in our IFPRI seminar:

Net-Map Tool-Pool Training for Research and Impact Management

on the 14th May in Washington DC?

The seminar has two parts:

Part 1: An Introduction to Net-Map (12:30 PM to 2:00 PM)

Part 2: Practical Training on Net-Map (2:30 PM to 4:30 PM)
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

This seminar is aimed both at researchers and practitioners who want to use influence network visualisation in their work. It does not require previous knowledge in Social Network Analysis.

Go here (236 K) to find out more, and contact me at if you want to either participate in person or via the internet.”

Posted on by Eva Schiffer, (on her website, Net-Map Toolbox: Influence mapping of social networks)

Leave a Reply