ICYMI, Laura Royden offers a roundup of the many ways city leaders are engaging citizens via social media. Royden provides an excellent breakdown and links to a variety of online platforms that city leaders have used, plus the challenges that engagement … More
The digital age offers unique opportunities for connection, but unique challenges as well. Perhaps the worst of these are the trolls. Angelica Wedell is a multimedia communications expert and marketing and business development coordinator and editor-in-chief of The Civil Review … More
Waze is demonstrating how private-sector crowd-sourcing can promote local government solutions.
As government agencies become more engaged on social platforms they may run into identity issues. In an article published on govtech.com, staff writer Eyragon Eidam explains: Unlike official government websites that end with .gov or .mil, profiles created through third-party platforms can often … More
The Daily Cardinal’s editorial board recently explored the importance of engaging citizens prior to and beyond presidential election. It looked specifically at the impact of social media on the engagement process, making a case for local engagement in particular: “National … More