Argument Mapping

21 01, 2014

Policy Compass: New Research Prototype for Policy Evaluation and Analysis

By | January 21st, 2014|Argument Mapping, Deliberation, Europe, Radar|0 Comments

While we're on the topic of interesting e-participation initiatives being funded out of Europe, here's another such example: Policy Compass! From the project website: The main goal of Policy Compass is to develop a research prototype of an easy-to-use, highly visual and intuitive tool for social networks and eParticipation platforms, enabling citizens and public officials [...]

10 08, 2012

IMPACT Webinars: Tools for Argument Visualization and Structured Consultation

By | August 10th, 2012|Argument Mapping, Europe, Events, Research|4 Comments

Over on the PEP-NET blog, they just announced a series of webinars for the week after next: Get involved in the latest developments of eParticipation tools! Policy analysts, decision makers as well as civil society stakeholders and other people interested in policy-making all have to cope with numerous arguments brought forward in policy debates. The [...]

12 04, 2012

Argublogging

By | April 12th, 2012|Argument Mapping, Radar|0 Comments

Chris Reed (Head of Research at the School of Computing, University of Dundee), just shared this via the argumap mailing list: Dear Colleagues, The Argument Web edges closer today: we are releasing an early version of an application for 'argublogging' -- using the infrastructure provided by the AIF to enable a simple tool for arguing online. As AIF [...]

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