The page was developed in May 2012, to support the relaunch of OpenRSA, which is now on hold. On reflection, and from a wide range of conversations, it may be more productive to focus development of an innovation space to pilot ideas for the RSA we would like to see. The next RSA.
However, these resources may provide useful briefing for whatever are the next steps.David Wilcox

Guidance to RSA Fellows - and Fellowship online


Guidance on the main RSA site


RSA Fellowship on thersa.org - key links include

The Fellowship Resources page includes

Fellowship online


Recent developments and discussion about Fellowship online

Guidance from RSA Fellowship staff and Fellows

RSAFellowship.org
This is the main open site for discussion among RSA Fellows, and others with an interest in RSA. Technically it is a Ning-based site that includes forums, blogs, and groups. You have to register to contribute. It is managed by RSA staff

RSA on Linkedin

RSA on Twitter
The main account is @thersaorg, with hashrag #rsa.Onle manager Matthew Mezey has created lists for tweets from
RSA staff and RSA Fellows.

RSA on Facebook

RSA online activity dashboard

Regional activity

RSA staff online