Building Community in a "Connected" Age (Participant Guide)

Snelling Center for Government (Susan McCormack & Karyn Vogel)
August 12, 2008

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Building Community In A Connected Age Participant Guide This guide is designed to help citizens deliberate about ways to use e-state technology to help enhance community and civic life. The guide was designed to be used during a one day symposium and includes an exploration of community, scenarios to help explore e-state opportunities and challenges, an exercise to identify e-state values, and opportunities to identify action steps.

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