- Radiation Mapping
- Crowd Sourcing Documents
- Bottlenecks in communication
- Reliability of crowd-data
- Respecting community leadership
- Scaling mobilization of volunteers
- Latency of crowd-reports
- Management and organization of ad-hoc groups
- Aftermath: assessment, documentation
How to build scaffoldings for participation?
- Role of government and corporations
- Finding the right experts
- Dealing with divisions within communities
- Focusing on small communities
- Building trust
- Global interest and contributions
- Skill building in communities
- Role of intermediates
How to cultivate trust in and between communities?
- What data to collect
- Ensuring validity of data
- Building confidence on relevance of engagement
- Empowering people to answer their questions
- Eliminating outside points of failure
- Assuring usability of data
- Allowing people to use their data
- Biases: transparency and disclosure
How to create your own resources?
- Understanding needs, wishes, fears
- Understanding context of social power
- Being aware of competing interests
- Considering multiple contexts
- Communicating validity of data
- Scoring of engagement
- Multiple horizontal connections
- Risk communication
How to recognize and understand multiple contexts?
- What data is the target?
- How to communicate the task to the population
- How to sustain momentum of energy and motivation?
- Asking the right question
- Anticipating impact
- Prototyping possible outcomes
- Foresee unintended consequences
- Overcoming traditions
- Questioning professional norms
- Sensitivity of data
How to find existing resources?
- Identifying terms and ethics of participation
- Building a place to go (web)
- Defining questions to filter a set of documents
- Defining metrics for success
- Creating feedback mechanism
- How to gather crowds?
- How to get documents?
- How to protect sources?
- Communicating progress
- A task for people
- Heritage processes and changes
- Multiple tasks in a timeline
How to understand multiple motivations?