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DoWire's E-Democracy Best Practices Wiki
A collaborative drafting environment
- Twitter on e-democracy - List yourself on the public directory of those tweeting about e-democracy (e-participation, transparency, e-advocacy, e-politics, e-government/Government 2.0, etc.) - directory ties to Exchange@ DoWire Groups and #edem hashtag.
- Case studies and briefs - The final case studies and briefs commissioned by the UK Local E-democracy National Project - NOTE "Word" links are no longer current due to external website changes.
- Webcasting exchange - The online guide and community of practice on public sector webcasting and multimedia.
Collaborative Directories - Proposed
- Conferences - NEW - Add more
- Calls for papers - NEW - Add some
- E-democracy projects - Proposed
- E-democracy webcasts - NEW - Add more
- E-democracy books - NEW - Add best titles
- E-democracy articles - NEW - Add by date
- International Symposium on Local E-Democracy - Held on July 26-27, 2005 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - Includes symposium webcast on-demand
- Democaster and Democaster next steps for low cost, open source audio webcasting with images
Pages of note
- Popular Pages - Based on site traffic
- Recent Changes - Pages as they are updated
- New Pages - What it says
- Everyday citizens - Speech audio and links
- Networking neighbors online - Special article and forms for trading e-mail at National Night Out.
- Canada elections - Based on the popular UK elections link collection
Getting Started with this "Wiki" Tool
- Get started - Create a wiki account, get involved with the DoWire wiki, etc.
A "wiki" is a simple system where you can simply press "edit" on an unlocked page and begin sharing your knowledge.
We are using MediaWiki, the same tool used for the Wikipedia. Once you learn how to format documents in this wiki you can transfer your skills to that excellent global encylopedia as well.