Open Data, Open Government, and Civic Participation

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  • Welcome to the webinar (Jessica moderate)
  • Housekeeping:Ask questions during eventWebinar recording will be sent in a follow up email within 24 hoursComplete survey at the endJessica to turn over to Lisa
  • Closing – sign up for next event, take survey, have a good day!
  • Q&A for 5-10 minutes
  • Q&A for 5-10 minutes
  • Open Data, Open Government, and Civic Participation

    1. 1. Open Data, OpenGovernment, and CivicParticipation:Five Projects AnyCommunity Can TryLisa WilliamsPlaceblogger.com@lisawilliams
    2. 2. Type questions here
    3. 3. Screenshot of Placeblogger
    4. 4. LegosRoboticCatsLiquidNitrogen
    5. 5. KCIC is open for entries!knightfoundation.org/KCIC7
    6. 6. knightdigitalmediacenter.org8
    7. 7. 9Textizen
    8. 8. knightdigitalmediacenter.org10
    9. 9. knightdigitalmediacenter.org11
    10. 10. knightdigitalmediacenter.org12
    11. 11. knightdigitalmediacenter.org13
    12. 12. “Web surveys aren’t new technology, butTextizen takes an interesting mobile-centrictwist by turning the survey into a kind ofchat. After texting their initialresponse, users are sent a newquestion, and the survey begins to respondthe kind of texting back-and-forth you mighthave with a friend who is really into publicpolicy.”14
    13. 13. knightdigitalmediacenter.org15
    14. 14. Zero-installservices16
    15. 15. Why mobile?17
    16. 16. knightdigitalmediacenter.org18
    17. 17. knightdigitalmediacenter.org19
    18. 18. Do a mobile survey now!http://bit.ly/KDMCMobile20
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    20. 20. Get more resources andregistration for futurewebinars under Training atwww.knightdigitalmediacenter.orgFuture webinars and resources:www.knightdigitalmediacenter.org
    21. 21. 23“Today, the quirky 500-page wikiNeustrom launched with fellowUC Davis student Ivanov has14,000 pagesand drew 13,000 editsby 3,300 users last month.”
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    25. 25. 27THRIVING ON IN-PERSON,REAL WORLD CONNECTIONS
    26. 26. knightdigitalmediacenter.org28
    27. 27. knightdigitalmediacenter.org29
    28. 28. Democratizing atop-down process30
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    32. 32. knightdigitalmediacenter.org34
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    38. 38. Get Excited & Make Things
    39. 39. 42You’re Good At Getting PeopleTogether
    40. 40. 43Build Connections With Your LocalTech Community
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    42. 42. GET AROUND OTHER MAKERS
    43. 43. TALK ABOUT YOUR IDEA AS OFTEN AS POSSIBLE
    44. 44. DON’T WORRY ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE STEALING YOUR IDEA
    45. 45. Lisa WilliamsPlaceblogger.comThanks!@lisawilliams
    46. 46. Lisa WilliamsPlaceblogger.com@lisawilliamsType questions here
    47. 47. KCIC is open for entries!knightfoundation.org/KCIC50
    48. 48. knightdigitalmediacenter.org

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