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Listen to Session Recordings from NCDD Seattle!

One of the local heroes of our conference in Seattle this year, longtime NCDD member and NCDD2012 All-Star Sponsor John Spady, worked tirelessly during the event to record as much content as he could, and has recently shared the audio recordings he collected on SoundCloud.com.

Since many of these items were recorded from the audience, the sound quality does vary, but there’s some great stuff here, with over 20 recordings capturing both workshops and plenary sessions.  I strongly urge you to spend some time with them, especially if you weren’t able to attend in October. Below you’ll find two samples, Carolyn Lukensmeyer’s take on the conference theme from Day Two and a recording of the Demystifying Online/Offline Engagement workshop.

You can listen to all of them (and comment on specific parts of each track) on the SoundCloud website, or check out the complete list after the break.

BONUS TRACK: Very short greeting by Sandy — why we do these conferences

Plenaries:

Eric Liu NCDD 2012 Oct 12

Carolyn Lukensmeyer Plenary

Oct 12

Oct 13

Oct 14

Sessions:

Disruptive Inquiry for Collective Impact

One Person, One Vote – Bringing Deliberation into the Public Budgeting

Empowering Individuals and Community Stakeholders for Meaningful Engagement

The Art of Engagement: What is Journalism’s Role in a Civic Infrastructure (full)

Demystifying Online/Offline Engagement

When Governments Listen: New Models for Public Engagement, Civic Infrastructure, and Slow Democracy

Welcoming or Warning? Choosing Language that Opens or Closes Doors to Engagement

Reexamining the Indigenous Deliberative Democracy Practice — Past & Present

A Survey of Funders’ Innovative Civic Engagement Activities

Embattled Public Forums – When Vocal Opponents Try to Discredit/Derail the Process

Excerpt of presentation by King County Sheriff Steve Strachan

The Practical Application of the Community Forums Process in Washington State

Co-Creating a Diverse and Coherent National Infrastructure for Powerful Conversations about Public Issues

Public Deliberation on State Legislative Issues

People’s Academy for Community Engagement

The Oregon Citizens Initiative Review and the Institutionalization of Deliberative Democracy

Building Civic Infrastructure Through Local Government

Extras:

BONUS TRACK: Stuart Elway – Civility in Government Conference (University of Washington), Oct 11, 2012

 

Andy Fluke
Andy Fluke is the co-founder of NCDD and currently provides creative support to many of NCDD's publications and events. He also works with a handful of other NCDD members on a variety of projects as consultant and designer. More about his work can be found at www.andyfluke.com.

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