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Announcing June’s Tech Tuesday with Bang The Table

Registration is now open for June’s Tech Tuesday event featuring Bang the Table, creator of online engagement platforms EngagementHQ and the Budget Allocator. Join us for this FREE event Tuesday, June 9th from 2-3pm Eastern/11am-12pm Pacific.

Bang the TableTech_Tuesday_Badge began as a place online where people could gather to discuss public policy at a grassroots level, named in recognition of the frustration that many people feel with the traditional policy and decision making processes of government. Today, Bang the Table provides online engagement platform EngagementHQ to over 150 clients as well as the Budget Allocator,  a participatory budgeting tool.  Over 50 new online engagement projects are launched using EngagementHQ nearly every week.

On this call we’ll be joined by NCDD Member Matthew Crozier, CEO and Co-Founder of Bang the Table. Matthew will talk about his experience of engaging communities online including a number of case studies. This is a great opportunity to learn about how online engagement practice has evolved in Australia, to discuss management of risk in the online space, tool selection and the management of online engagement with scarce resources, as well as the future of engaging communities online.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to talk with Matthew and learn more about these tools offered by Bang the Table – register today!

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. You do not have to be a member of NCDD to participate in our Tech Tuesday learning events.

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Courtney Breese
Courtney Breese is the Executive Director of the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD). She has a B.A. in Social Work and Counseling from Franklin Pierce University, where she was introduced to dialogue & deliberation.

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