I would like to facilitate a discussion about how we are using online technology to connect local residents to learn about government, offer ideas, and collaborate with each other to solve problems in their community.
E-Democracy.org has doing this work for 20 years, many local neighborhoods now have Facebook groups, and NextDoor.com is another option. What is working? What isn't working?
How can we do better as a community at using online tools to help people collaborate on civic issues - rather on using these tools to divide and conquer?
What is new in this area?https://nextdoor.com/http://forums.e-democracy.org/https://www.facebook.com/groups/55720173893/