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Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings
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Design Principles for Interactive Townhall Meetings

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  • 1. VS.<br />
  • 2. They have the potential.<br />Activate the latent democratic memes and values within your students.<br />
  • 3. Use Divergent Thinking<br />
  • 4. Use Convergent Thinking<br />Combining diverse perspective generates new knowledge.<br />
  • 5. Iterate!<br />
  • 6. Use Appropriate Tools<br />The Key: Fit the tools to your purpose.<br />Source: AthenaBridge.Org<br />
  • 7. Phases<br />
  • 8. Phases<br />
  • 9. Build an “Incentive Ecosystem”<br />One entity’s creation is another entity’s reason to participate.<br />
  • 10. Ladder of Participation<br />Learning<br />Move ‘em up!<br />
  • 11. The Long Tail of Participation<br />Many people making small contributions can have a tremendous impact. Design for many varying (low to high) levels of commitment to the engagement process.<br />Source: http://thelongtail.com/the_long_tail/about.html<br />
  • 12. Keep in mind…<br />Manage Expectations Up Front<br />Align Incentives<br />Involve all Key Stakeholders<br />Embed Deliberation and Engagement into Other Programs– Partner!<br />

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