The National Dialogue Network has given preliminary approval for a $5000 grant to the Interactivity Foundation for the purposes of improving its public discussion tools and integrating them into a national database of public engagement outcomes.
Long time NCDD partner John Spady heads the national effort. IF has partnered with John in the past on income inequality discussions. IF Fellow Dennis Boyer initiated the grant application and serves as contact person. IF Fellow and Trustee Adolf Gundersen will supervise the effort and will direct the activities of a University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate student in the survey revisions.
Comments and observations concerning past IF survey efforts may be directed to: