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Crowdsourcing Crisis: How Civic Media Informs Breaking News
video 

In this session, two individuals share their perspectives on civic media with a global audience. Mohamed Nanabhay, head of New Media at the AlJazeera Network, helped unpack the North African...

Fiona MaresJul 22, 2011 06:29 am GMT2422 views
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Crowdsourcing Crisis: How Civic Media Informs Breaking News
Digital Placemaking – Authentic Civic Engagement
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

This refer as Digital Placemaking. It’s the integration of social media into Placemaking practices,which are community-centered, encouraging public participation, collaboration, and transparency....

Fiona MaresDec 06, 2011 12:16 am GMT7270 views
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Digital Placemaking – Authentic Civic Engagement
How Do We Make Civic Crowdfunding Awesome?
document Crowdfunding

Here are some thoughts on how to embrace civic crowdfunding and avoid the downsides: -Avoid rhetoric that posits crowdfunding as a remedy for government inaction and failure. -Crowdfund...

Fritz SchaeferAug 18, 2012 02:17 pm GMT1327 views
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How Do We Make Civic Crowdfunding Awesome?
Crowdsourcing Breaking News: Panel
video Distributed Knowledge

After showing a montage of Al Jazeera television coverage of the Arab Spring, Mohamed Nanabhay, head of New Media at Al Jazeera, confirmed that some of the footage is from their cameras, but some...

Luis Enrique MoralesJun 29, 2011 06:07 pm GMT1313 views
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Crowdsourcing Breaking News: Panel
Social media and the new Cold War
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Social media is not simply irreverent. Once social-media projects roll out, their code and hardware often get recycled and repurposed. Until recently, Russian civic leaders were debating what...

Jayne AnnAug 02, 2012 12:52 pm GMT748 views
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Social media and the new Cold War
Building Citizen Networks: Crowdsourcing and Civic Engagement
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

Social tools, including crowdsourcing, make it possible for citizens to voice their concerns and for their concerns to be addressed and responded to – which is very important while politicians are...

Pablo BracciniApr 14, 2011 04:57 am GMT3822 views
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Building Citizen Networks: Crowdsourcing and Civic Engagement
Citizen science, civic media and radiation data hint at what's to come
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Natural disasters and wars bring people together in unanticipated ways, as they use the tools and technologies easily at hand to help. From crisis response to situational awareness, free or low...

Pablo BracciniJun 30, 2011 12:38 am GMT2592 views
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Citizen science, civic media and radiation data hint at what's to come
NextDrop "Lightning Talk" for Knight News Conference
video Distributed Knowledge, Tools

3 minute description of the NextDrop vision as it relates to civic media by NextDrop CEO, Anu Sridharan

Luis Enrique MoralesDec 05, 2011 09:38 pm GMT1055 views
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NextDrop
Civic Engagement: Policies & Crowdsourcing
blog 

A video from the Institute for Government, “Crowdsourcing Policy: Can government harness the wisdom of crowds?” The session focuses on how government can use crowdsourcing and social media tools...

Fiona MaresFeb 10, 2012 01:37 pm GMT5443 views
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Civic Engagement: Policies & Crowdsourcing
How SourceMap Reveals the Backbone of Civilization
document Distributed Knowledge, Tools

The latest version of SourceMap is a collaborative touchscreen technology which allows a group of executives in a room to map out the supply chain together, playing with spatial relations between...

Jayne AnnMar 13, 2012 10:55 pm GMT1788 views
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How SourceMap Reveals the Backbone of Civilization
Clip: Ethan Zuckerman speaks on Citizen Journalism in Nairobi, Kenya (12 July 2012)
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Ethan Zuckerman, head of Civic Media Center at MIT Media Lab, gives a lecture at Pawa254 in Nairobi, Kenya: Exploring The New Relationship Between Journalists and 'The People Formerly Known As...

Marco TorquatiAug 19, 2012 01:03 am GMT1148 views
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Clip: Ethan Zuckerman speaks on Citizen Journalism in Nairobi, Kenya (12 July 2012)
Give a Minute: Crowdsourcing Civic Innovation
document Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge

Give a Minute is a promising new platform harnessing the latter by asking entire cities for innovation ideas, then collecting and passing them on to the city's leadership for...

Cristina CaineNov 17, 2010 04:42 am GMT5958 views
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Give a Minute: Crowdsourcing Civic Innovation
Can Collective Community Action Lead to Fundraising Success?
Crowdfunding, Distributed Knowledge

What happens when you pair a connected citizenry with social fundraising? ACTion Alexandria's online civic engagement initiative raised $104,156 in donations and matching grants for 47 participating nonprofits. The effort, held May 5-7 encouraged Alexandria citizens to donate using a variety of Razoo’s social fundraising tools from Facebook and Twitter outreach to emails and website widgets.

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Beth KanterJun 08, 2011 05:02 am GMT3846 views
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CitySourced: Crowdsource Your Government
Distributed Knowledge, Tools

In the midst of an unstable global economy, governments are striving to accomplish more with fewer resources. Additionally, citizens are looking for governments to embrace the government 2.0 movement, encouraging increased communication, feedback, and transparency of allocated resources. It is a lofty goal, but one that we feel will increase the effectiveness of government while concurrently improving citizens' quality of life.

CitySourced is a real time mobile civic engagement platform; with our free mobile apps, we allow citizens to report non-emergency issues back to City Hall. By identifying these civic issues (public safety, quality of life, environmental issues, etc.) with a smartphone, citizens are able to snap a photo, shoot video or record audio and easily report issues directly to the city's appropriate department. In addition, our mobile reports provide additional data points about the problem, most specifically the GPS location. From these reports, the city can then respond directly to the user to keep citizens informed of all relevant progress.

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Crowdsourcing.orgNov 14, 2011 12:16 am GMT3559 views
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With Cell Phones, Everyone’s a Filmmaker: How MIT’s Open Documentary Lab is Exploring the Changing Landscape
document Distributed Knowledge

William Uricchio, director of MIT’s Comparative Media Studies program, uses 18 Days In Egypt, the interactive crowdsourced documentary project on the Egyptian revolution, as an example, proving...

Benjamin FosselApr 01, 2012 01:46 pm GMT1018 views
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With Cell Phones, Everyone’s a Filmmaker: How MIT’s Open Documentary Lab is Exploring the Changing Landscape
YouGiveGoods and Magic Town to Sponsor umojawa’s Ovation™ Award for Education
document Distributed Knowledge

umojawa, a new online community encouraging social change and civic engagement, and rewarding organizations for their work that benefits others, announces that YouGiveGoods and educational games...

Benjamin FosselNov 08, 2012 11:02 pm GMT936 views
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YouGiveGoods and Magic Town to Sponsor umojawa’s Ovation™ Award for Education
Give a Minute
site Distributed Knowledge / Government & Politics

Created by advocacy group CEOs for Cities and media design firm Local Projects, the Give a Minute campaign takes public dialogue out into the streets. Ads are posted in public places and people are...

Luis Enrique MoralesJan 23, 2011 06:56 pm GMT789 views
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Give a Minute
Crowdsourcing Industry Taxonomy Definitions by Crowdsourcing.org
Distributed Knowledge

The Crowdsourcing Industry Taxonomy (V2) is the result of primary research, facilitated by Crowdsourcing.org, involving a team of expert volunteers. The team identified seven distinguishably unique categories of crowdsourcing.  These top level categories are: Open Innovation, Community Building, Collective Creativity, Civic Engagement, Collective Knowledge, Crowdfunding and Cloud Labor.


 

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Carl EspostiMar 13, 2011 12:51 am GMT8458 views
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Pushing Democracy to a New Level through Crowdsourcing

Crowdsourcing has propelled civic engagement to a level that is transforming societies and democratic processes throughout the world.  In Brazil, an opportunity for change and reform is being offered through Cidade Democrática (Democratic City), a collaborative action platform that enables citizens, organisations and governmental institutions to report problems and propose solutions related to matters of concern in Brazilian cities.

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Flavio GutMay 25, 2011 08:12 pm GMT7171 views
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Can a Mobile App Put Activism in Your Pocket?
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

ONE is interesting because it doesn’t actually want your money. Instead, the organization asks its more than 2.5 million members for their collective voice. The ONE app, designed by @radical.media,...

Archenette EvangelioJun 01, 2011 08:37 pm GMT1808 views
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Can a Mobile App Put Activism in Your Pocket?
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