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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- By Timothy Shaffer, Ph.D. Last week I was presenting to two groups of the Sunflower Foundation’s Advocacy Fellows program here in Kansas in Wichita and Topeka. We had great groups filled with people really interested in learning more about civil … Read more
- What’s the future of public discussion in this time of political polarization, harsh rhetoric, fake news, and spin? What policy possibilities might help revitalize it? And what actions might we take to implement them? The Interactivity Foundation will celebrate its 30th … Read more
- One of the most interesting parts of my involvement in the University of Wisconsin Extension’s ThinkWater School has been the opportunity to observe the workings of a system’s engineering approach that accounts for the need for conceptual thinking as a … Read more