The Interactivity Foundation works to engage citizens in the exploration and development of possibilities for public policy through small group discussions.
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- Wisconsin is a great place for cheese, football and discussions? Wisconsin facilitators (IF-WI) have completed 28 discussions during 2013 and will continue at a similar pace through 2014. Several of our facilitators have used the newly released IF reports with groups … Read more
- What makes a well-designed community? What policy decisions might we make to bring about our differing visions of a well-designed community? What are some different aims we might have? Shaping our Towns and Cities is a new discussion guide from … Read more
- Online education went mainstream years ago. Conservative figures from the Department of Education indicate that over five million college students took an online course in 2012. The Babson Survey Research Group, which has been collecting data on distance learning since … Read more