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Organize Your Life in 2013! ← National Organization Month PICOLA Features PICOLA Deliberative Poll(R) One objective of our software development is to create the next-generation of Computer Mediated Communication tools for online structured dialogue and deliberation. An audio/video synchronous environment is complemented with a multimedia asynchronous environment (containing, for example, threaded, audio-based Bboards). A general gateway (the PICOLA) contains access to these communication envrionments as well as registration areas, background information, and surveys (polls).

Participatedb.com ->tools You are currently not logged in. | Login | Sign Up ParticipateDB Home | Tools | Projects | References | About | FAQ | Contact | Blog Tools This section provides a growing list of tools and services that have been used for web-based participation in the past (also referred to as e-consultations, e-participation or online public engagement). We're in the process of seeding the database with a few records of our own before we open up to the general public later this Fall. Social Science The VAP social science program was designed to make a significant contribution to debates about the capacity of information technology (IT) to facilitate deliberative democracy. In particular, we hoped to learn which psychological and social processes will come to bear most forcefully in online civic discussion, and what may happen when the expanded use of and improvements in IT give the general public access to quality political information and make possible high telepresence discussion among large numbers of people. The research program proposed to look at two sets of consequences of central importance to understanding the effects of online political discussion: community effects and decision quality effects. Examples of questions relevant to the former are: Will IT-infused politics be viewed as more community-minded and principled?

References You are currently not logged in. | Login | Sign Up ParticipateDB Home | Tools | Projects | References | About | FAQ | Contact | Blog References DIRECT DEMOCRACY FRAMEWORK - Kincaid, Ian This patent application claims the benefit of U.S. Provisional Application No. 61/059,120 filed on 5 Jun. 2008, the disclosure of which is incorporated herein by reference in its entirety. A portion of the disclosure of this patent document contains material which is subject to copyright protection. The copyright owner has no objection to the facsimile preproduction by anyone of the patent document or the patent disclosure, as it appears in the Patent and Trademark Office patent file or records, but otherwise reserves all copyright rights whatsoever. 1. Learn More - Regulation Room Consumer Debt Collection Practices (ANPRM) Opened Closed The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) believes debt collection is an important issue for consumers. In this discussion, CFPB asked for input about the debt collection system, about consumer experiences, and about how new rules for debt collectors might better protect consumers without imposing unnecessary burdens on industry. During the time commenting was open, 8480 people visited RegulationRoom and 224 people posted 956 comments. Many people joined the discussion to share stories about their own debt collection experience.

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