Best Practices and Other Resources
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Best Practices and Guides
NCDD Resource Center, National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation
Understanding Digital-First Community Engagement, Bang the Table
COVID-19 Public Participation Resources, International Association of Public Participation
COVID-19 Resources for Individuals & Governments, National Civic League
Citizens Voices & Values on Covid-19, Participedia
Virtual Toolkit, Divided Community Project
Broadening Public Participation Using Online Engagement Tools, Institute for Local Government
Equitable Public Participation, Leadership Counsel for Justice & Accountability
Participation Tools for Better Community Planning, Local Government Commission
Town Planning Stuff Everyone Needs to Know: Ep 13: Staying Engaged, Online, Dover Kohl & Associates – Town planner Victor Dover describes how and why to keep collaboration going, even during times of crisis and social distancing.
Virtual Public Engagement: A more Inclusive Approach to Charrettes, CNU
How to do Online Meetings and Town Halls Webinar, City of Oakland
How To do Online Meetings & Town Halls Toolkit, City of Oakland
COVID-19 Resources for Nonprofits, Catchafire – Resources to explore hosting virtual events, remote work, online programming, and other critical needs for right now.
How To Facilitate Effective Virtual Meetings, Beth’s Blog
Online Meeting Resources Toolkit for Facilitators During Coronavirus Pandemic, Facilitators for Pandemic Response Group (email@example.com)
Online Facilitation Resources, 350 Global Trainings
The Definitive Guide To Facilitating Remote Workshops, MURAL – Insights, tools and case studies from digital-first companies and expert facilitators.
Virtual Meetings for Clarity and Momentum, CoCreative
Facilitating Effective Virtual Meetings; Sarah Rubin, Outreach and Engagement Coordinator, California Department of Conservation
Online Collaboration Tools, Community at Work