Engage

Our goal in this project is to design, implement, deploy, and test innovative ways for citizens and government to communicate, with the goal of better supporting civic engagement and deliberation.

For more information, current activities, and project partners, please see the main project web page at http://engage.cs.washington.edu/.

Collaborators

Lance Bennett
Alan Borning
Deen G. Freelon
Travis Kriplean
Jonathan T. Morgan

Publications

Integrating On-demand Fact-checking with Public Dialogue
Travis Kriplean, Caitlin Bonnar, Alan Borning, Bo Kinney and Brian Gill
Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 2014. Full Paper (PDF)
    Honorable Mention
Is This What You Meant? Promoting Listening on the Web with Reflect
Travis Kriplean, Michael Toomim, Jonathan T. Morgan, Alan Borning and Andrew J. Ko
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2012. Full Paper (PDF)
Supporting Reflective Public Thought with ConsiderIt Supporting Reflective Public Thought with ConsiderIt
Travis Kriplean, Jonathan T. Morgan, Deen G. Freelon, Alan Borning and Lance Bennett
Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 2012. Full Paper (PDF)
ConsiderIt: Improving Structured Public Deliberation ConsiderIt: Improving Structured Public Deliberation
Travis Kriplean, Jonathan T. Morgan, Deen G. Freelon, Alan Borning and Lance Bennett
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2011. Work in Progress (PDF)
Playful Civic Engagement Using Large Public Displays
Christian Steins, Christoph Peschel, Daniel Warnke and Alan Borning
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2011. Workshop Paper (PDF)
Supporting Active Listening and Grounding on the Web through Restatement
Travis Kriplean, Michael Toomim, Jonathan T. Morgan, Alan Borning and Andrew J. Ko
Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 2011. Horizons (PDF)