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 Ruback, Ph.D. I teach Political Science, I started teaching in spring of 2002, and lasted more than a decade in higher education without ever having taught an internet course. More than that, being of a certain age, I never … Read more
- By: Melanie Doherty, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English and Faculty Diversity Liaison, Wesleyan College, Macon, GA With guidance from a pair of campus co-directors and the support of the Interactivity Foundation (IF), a team of six student facilitators kicked off a pilot … Read more
- It is often the case that public interest in IF discussion guidebooks waxes and wanes based on current events and media focus. So it probably should not come as any surprise that there has been a spike in website visits, … Read more