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All Blog Posts Tagged 'hyperlocal' (3)

introducing ecomodo : a tool for every community

I've just joined the group and not sure of the etiquette so I thought I would introduce myself and my new social enterprise.

I am a design consultant and have been for many years. In my shady past I have been on the wrong end of consumerism creating delightful products with engaging experiences that for all intense purposes were developed to make people buy more stuff (though in my defense I designed some tools for good along the way…

Added by Tracy Currer on August 2, 2010 at 23:00 — 7 Comments

A digital engagement framework adapted for local government

I've been doing a bit of research into citizen engagement models for my MSc research and started to think about how these models relate to digital engagement. I looked at various models and frameworks and combined them to help me conceptualise digital engagement.

Firstly I evaluated the participation model provided by David Wilcox in his 1994 participation framework, which was based… Continue

Added by Michele Ide-Smith on February 9, 2010 at 7:00 — 2 Comments

Digital engagement governance – a dichotomy between hyperlocal or partnership managed

I’ve just started working on a project where we’ll be exploring digital engagement methods, using social media alongside offline forms of engagement such as neighbourhood panels. The aim of the project is to improve community cohesion in a semi-rural community. The project is being developed as a partnership between the County Council, District Council, community centres, a rural development agency, housing associations, the Police and the Fire & Rescue Service.

The partners are… Continue

Added by Michele Ide-Smith on November 1, 2009 at 14:23 — 14 Comments

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