Tech Tuesdays are a series of learning events from NCDD focused on technology for engagement. These 1-hour events are designed to help dialogue and deliberation practitioners get a better sense of the online engagement landscape and how they can take advantage of the myriad opportunities available to them.
Many in our field are curious about how they can use online tools to support their engagement work, and many tool creators are excited to talk to this community about their innovations. Our Tech Tuesdays bridge the needs of engagement practitioners with those of tech innovators by organizing free learning events that increase awareness of the latest innovations in online engagement.
You do not have to be a member of NCDD to participate in our FREE Tech Tuesday learning events.
Previous Tech Tuesdays:
June 2016 – Trusted Sharing – archive at www.ncdd.org/20867
May 2016 – Urban Interactive Studio – archive at www.ncdd.org/20611
February 2016 – Balancing Act – archive at www.ncdd.org/19881
December 2015 – Common Ground for Action – archive at www.ncdd.org/19493
September 2015 – QiqoChat – archive at www.ncdd.org/19055
June 2015 – Bang the Table – archive at www.ncdd.org/18367
May 2015 – Consider.it – archive at www.ncdd.org/18191
April 2015 – Loomio– archive at www.ncdd.org/18025
August 2014 – Local Governments & Online Engagement– archive at www.ncdd.org/16331
June 2014 – MaestroConference – archive at www.ncdd.org/15861
May 2014 – EtheloDecisions – archive at www.ncdd.org/15430
April 2014 – PlaceSpeak – archive at www.ncdd.org/15144
December 2013 – MetroQuest – archive at www.ncdd.org/13725
September 2013 – Zilino – www.ncdd.org/12527
July 2013 – WeJIT– www.ncdd.org/11921
Keep an eye on the Events section of the site (ncdd.org/events) for upcoming Tech Tuesdays, Confab Calls and other events.
Have an idea for a Tech Tuesday event? Email NCDD’s managing director, Courtney Breese, with details. We’re very open to new ideas! We’re currently using Join.me for Tech Tuesdays so we can have screensharing as well as chat. If you have your own preferred platform and can run the program from your end, even better!