Find out the best way for your organization to engage with the community online with a look at the Framework of Online Civic Engagement developed by Peak Democracy and the Alliance for Innovation in this free-for-members webinar.
An increasing number of government agencies are using the International Association of Public Participation's (IAP2) Spectrum of Public Participation as a framework for how governments engage the public in decision-making processes.
Peak Democracy, in collaboration with the Alliance for Innovation, has expanded on the IAP2's spectrum with the development of the Framework of Online Civic Engagement (T). The framework segments online civic engagement into eight dimensions, and uses the relationships between these dimensions to describe:
Mike Cohen, MBA, is a co-founder of Peak Democracy Inc -- the leading provider of online citizen engagement services that increase public trust in government. Peak Democracy has collaborated with hundreds of government agencies to power over 3,000 online forums that have attracted over half a million online attendees. These government collaborations have enabled Mike to develop an expertise in the best practices of how online civic engagement can be used to increase public trust in government.
Greg Hermann, Assistant to the Manager at the City of San Luis Obispo will share his experiences with online civic engagement.
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Peak Democracy Inc was founded in 2007 with the vision that online public engagement will become pervasive across all government agencies (it's just a matter of time). We believe that online public engagement can dramatically improve a government's interactions with its community – but only if the online engagement is done well; and that’s our mission: provide online citizen engagement in ways that build public trust in government.
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