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Twitter for planning engagement and community

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Presented at the Canadian Association of Planning Students Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, under the stream "Championing Creativity." (Slidecast forthcoming.) Conference website: …

Presented at the Canadian Association of Planning Students Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, under the stream "Championing Creativity." (Slidecast forthcoming.) Conference website: http://caps-aceau.org/vancouver-2012

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  • 1. a) ESPb) Headline Servicec) Celebrity catfight platformd) All of the abovee) None of the above
  • 2. DIALOGUE FOR SUSTAINABILITYGreenest City Conversations Research Project (http://gcc.ubc.ca)• Digital engagement channelsEmergent dialogue• Twitter as “digital backchannel” space• Collaborative sense-making and meaning-making
  • 3. RESEARCH QUESTIONSQuestionDoes emergent dialogue occurduring interactions- between the case study organization and the public?- amongst members of the public?What factors shape how theorganizations use and understandTwitter?
  • 4. RESEARCH QUESTIONSQuestion MethodDoes emergent dialogue occur Network analysis; content analysisduring interactions- between the case study organization and the public?- amongst members of the public?What factors shape how the Case study (semi-structuredorganizations use and understand interviews, documentary research)Twitter?
  • 5. COMMUNITY… AND PLANNING ENGAGEMENT?“Ad-hoc” publicsOff-line community activityOnline activity as “everyday creativity”Engagement = new media practices and organizations able and willing to participate meaningfully
  • 6. #PLANNERSTWEET- Getting inspiration from other places (Nick Quinn)- Dialogue from different perspectives and fields (Neal LaMontagne); expanding civic conversation (Rob Goodspeed)- Community of practice: Asking questions, reading news, keeping up with the practice (Daniella Fergusson)- Participate in the ongoing conversation by using the tag in tweets: - http://twitter.com/search/plannerstweet
  • 7. Karen Quinn Funge: karen@counti8.c at: @counti8counti8.ca/caps2012

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