The PRISM collaboration toolkit was born out of a desire to improve communication and collaboration.
It has been used for over 10 years in government, health, business, not for profit, education and community domains. It is authored by Maria Noone-Eyles and John Eyles. Copyright is held by Wheelhouse Education and Learning Ltd, a New Zealand based company. It is licensed Creative Commons.
For the past ten years PRISM has mostly been used in printed form as a small booklet. We decided to make it more widely available and set up this website. We have tried to build the site so that it is convenient to access on a smart phone as well as laptops, etc. Feedback welcome.