Monthly Archives: August 2009

28 08, 2009

Intellitics at SXSW 2010: Announcing Two Co-Panelists

By | August 28th, 2009|Events|1 Comment

As you know, we're trying to get our panel "14 Ways to Make Online Citizen Participation Work" accepted to SXSW 2010. Yes, the polls are still open so head on over to the Panel Picker and sign up to cast your vote of support, thanks! I am very excited to join forces with two exceptional [...]

16 08, 2009

Intellitics SXSW 2010 Session Proposal: “14 Ways to Make Online Citizen Participation Work”

By | August 16th, 2009|Events|7 Comments

Our panel idea for SXSW 2010 from a few weeks ago made it to the next round and is now up for community voting. Here's the final phrasing as submitted: 14 Ways to Make Online Citizen Participation Work What is public participation? (incl. definition of the term, design principles, common success metrics) What are typical challenges [...]

2 08, 2009

Feedback Survey for Participants in the Open Government Dialogue

By | August 2nd, 2009|Research|0 Comments

A number of organizations (listed below) are doing a survey to capture participant feedback from the recent Open Government Dialogue. From the survey introduction: On his first day in office, President Obama issued a memorandum to leaders of executive departments and government agencies calling for the development of recommendations for an Open Government Directive, that [...]

1 08, 2009

Two Upcoming Online Consultations at the Federal Level

By | August 1st, 2009|Radar|2 Comments

I just heard about two upcoming online consultations at the federal level that might be worth keeping an eye on. First, the Department of Defense (DoD) Web 2.0 Guidance Forum. From their site: The Department of Defense (DoD) Web 2.0 Guidance Forum is a new initiative to solicit input from the public that has been [...]