In today’s day and age, social media is a powerful and some would say essential tool. It allows for people to easily disseminate information. Depending on the type of information and how it is presented, it is possible for it to influence as well.
The Twitter accounts we’ll be looking at today are geared towards community engagement. Here are the top five Twitter accounts that influence community engagement.
Engaging Cities is a website that does exactly what it is named. First and foremost, Engaging Cities is a website that primarily writes articles on a number of topics that are geared towards community engagement.
Articles include those with insights on community engagement, civic technology, using data for neighborhood improvement, and even case studies on community improvement.
On Twitter, they share snippets of new technologies that allow communities to be engaged and to improve.
Their Twitter handle is @engagingcities.
Public Decisions is primarily a website and online academy that caters to increasing engagement in a group’s stakeholders. They provide a series of live training events and conferences. Experts and professional from around the world share their experiences about engagement.
Apart from that, Public Decisions utilizes the latest interactive technologies to sharpen the skills and abilities of its learners.
On Twitter, they share the latest practices, trends, and ideas with public engagement. A definite treasure trove of wisdom.
Their Twitter handle is @publicdecisions.
National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation
The National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation, or NDCC, is a big group of innovative thinkers who get together to solve the challenges of public engagement. NDCC is a platform for dialogue regarding these issues to take place.
Apart from that, they also have a list of articles and resource centers that are very helpful.
They usually tweet excerpts of these interesting dialogues.
You can follow them at @ncdd.
Twitter is a powerful tool in the right hands. Apart from disseminating information, if you follow the right people and organizations, you might learn interesting techniques that could help increase community engagement.
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