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Engagement 3.0 conference call at 4pm Eastern tomorrow

If you’re serious about engagement, you stopped expecting people to just come to your meetings a long time ago. And if you’re really serious about engagement, you know that even social media and block parties can’t help you reach all the people in your community. The next frontiers in innovative public engagement include a whole range of options, from games to placemaking to diversity training – and critical combinations of strategies old and new.

Participate in tomorrow’s CommunityMatters conference call to find out how to take engagement to the next level in your town. The call is taking place Thursday, August 9 from 4-5pm Eastern / 1-2pm Pacific.

Tomorrow’s featured speakers are Larry Schooler, Community Engagement Consultant for the City of Austin and US President-Elect of the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) and Eric Gordon, Associate Professor of Visual and Media Arts at Emerson College and Director of the Engagement Game Lab.

Learn more and register now at www.communitymatters.org/engagement-30.

CommunityMatters is an alliance of seven leading organizations in the community building field — including NCDD. CommunityMatters champions the notion that people have the power to solve their community’s problems and shape its future. We facilitate connections, provide education and infuse inspiration at the local level.

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Sandy Heierbacher is the Founding Director of the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD). Sandy has an M.A. in International Management from SIT Graduate Institute, and also serves as a Research Deputy for the Kettering Foundation. Click here for a list of articles and resources authored by Sandy.

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  1. FYI the follow-up blog post is online at http://communitymatters.posterous.com/viva-la-revolucion-last-weeks-engagement-call. It includes a link to the audio recording from the call as well as a link to the Google doc created on the call for resource sharing and note-taking.

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