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Part 1 of the Citizen Media and Online Engagement Webinar presented by E-Democracy.Org. This section covers dozens of local citizen media examples. Visit http://e-democracy.org/webinars to access......

Part 1 of the Citizen Media and Online Engagement Webinar presented by E-Democracy.Org. This section covers dozens of local citizen media examples. Visit http://e-democracy.org/webinars to access the audio version. For related presentations and articles see: http://publicus.net

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  • 1. Citizen Media and Online Engagement: Webinar Part 1 - Overview Steven Clift, E-Democracy.Org Listen to this webinar from: http://e-democracy.org/webinars
  • 2. Connect
  • 3. 1. Quick Intros – 5 min 2. Citizen Media and Online Engagement Overview - 35 min 4. 5 Minute Break 5. Issues Forums - 45 min
  • 4. Citizen Media and Online Engagement: Webinar Part 1 - Overview Steven Clift, E-Democracy.Org Listen to this webinar from: http://e-democracy.org/webinars
  • 5. Connect the Word
    • Blog
    • Forum
    • Online News/Blog Comments
    • Chat
    • Social Network
    • Online Consultation
    • Online Working Group
    • Web Feed
  • 6. Citizen Media
    • Use of online tools by the public to express themselves, share news, etc.
    • As individuals, as hosted by “media,” or via new associations
    • “ Rural voices” – Our interest is in local/geographic uses by local people for local people
    • Output: News, information, expression
  • 7. Online Engagement
    • Highly interactive use of social media in public life NOT just private life
    • Citizen-to-citizen, government/institution input from public or under hosts auspice
    • Output: Participation, informed public, expression, better decisions, public problem-solving, community building
  • 8. Defining e-democracy
    • E-democracy is:
      • the use information and communication technologies and strategies
      • by “democratic sectors”
      • within the political processes of local communities, states, nations and on the global stage.
      • - E-Democracy.Org promotes active citizen participation by taking the “e-citizen” perspective
    Political Groups Private Sector Government Media and Commercial Content E-Citizens
  • 9. Placeblog
    • Pelican Rapids Minnesota 56572 Blog
      • http://www.56572.blogspot.com
  • 10. Placeblog + Journalism
    • LocallyGrownNorthield
      • http://www.locallygrownnorthfield.org
  • 11. Local Photo Sharing Communities
    • Winona Place/Group
      • http://www.flickr.com/places/United+States/Minnesota/Winona
    • Minnesota Road Side Marvels
      • http://www.flickr.com/groups/mn-roadside-attractions
  • 12. Statewide Videosharing Contest
    • Belll Museum’s MinnesotaMinute.Org
      • http://minnesotaminute.org
  • 13. Local Twittering
    • Find Tweets by Place via Advanced Search
      • http://search.twitter.com/advanced
    • Minnesota Recount #mnrecount “channel”
      • http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23mnrecount
    • Also note media use of: http://www.coveritlive.com
  • 14. Community News Aggregator +
    • Twin Cities Daily Planet
      • http://www.tcdailyplanet.org
  • 15. Looking Good on Wikipedia
    • Small town Pine City, Minnesota does it
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pine_City,_Minnesota
    Hinckley v. Pine City v. Duluth
  • 16. Community Wiki
    • Kickapoo Valley, WI – Kickapedia http://kickapedia.wiki.zoho.com/Kickapedia-Home.html
    • Citizens Guide to St. Paul http://pages.e-democracy.org/Citizens_Guide_to_St._Paul
  • 17. User-driven Pics on Maps for Effect
    • Flickrvision
      • http://www.flickrvision.com
  • 18. Reusing Local Gov/Other Data
    • Everyblock.com
      • http://everyblock.com
  • 19. Reusing Local Gov/Other Data 2
    • Everyblock.com
      • http://everyblock.com
  • 20. Maps, Camera, Mobile, Action
    • FixMyStreet.com (UK) – mySociety.Org
      • http://fixmystreet.com
  • 21. Social Bookmarking Locally
    • Hibbing, MN Public Library on Delicious.com
      • http://delicious.com/hibbing
  • 22. Local Online Groups
    • Minnesota Homestead
      • http:// groups.yahoo.com/group/MMHomesteading
    • GroupsNearYou.com – UK-based
      • http://www.groupsnearyou.com
    • Standish Ericsson Neighbors Forum
      • http://e-democracy.org/se
  • 23. Local Facebook Groups
    • Private social networking goes public in Duluth
      • http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=96177195640
    • Living the Ojibwe language
      • http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=6746062152
  • 24. Change.Gov and Online Engagement
    • Change.Gov Highly Interactive, Next?
      • http://change.gov
    • Online Consultation Community of Practice
      • http://groups.dowire.org/groups/consult
  • 25. Schools and Online Engagement
    • Change.Gov Highly Interactive, Next?
      • http://change.gov
    • Online Consultation Community of Practice
      • http://groups.dowire.org/groups/consult
  • 26. Schools and Online Engagement
  • 27. Democracy Portal with “e-democracy” policy, Queensland, Australia
  • 28. UK Prime Minister’s e-Petitions 7+ percent of British population have signed an e-petition here
  • 29. Deep Access and Accountability
    • Estonia’s Today I Decide, Document Register, X-Road (below)
  • 30. Live Rural Villages Town Meeting, India –
  • 31. Sometimes Fun
  • 32. End Part 1 - Next Up: 4. 5 Minute Break 5. Issues Forums - 45 min For on-demand access, visit: http://e-democracy.org/webinars