This episode of TZM global is hosted by UK chapter member James Phillips and features an interview with VocalEyes and LocalEyes creator and fellow guest speaker at ZDAY London 2016, Peter Anderson. James and Peter discuss how digitally democratic platforms such as VocalEyes
This case study shows the first University to use a digital platform ‘VocalEyes Digital Democracy’ for student engagement and the use of the system for a national conversation to inform government policy.
It is widely recognised that our urgent focus today to achieve a sustainable planet is how to develop active citizenship. We all need to be empowered to be involved in decision making processes at every level in society and there
From the Inventions Blog at Pembrokeshire College..
VocalEyes is a system that helps deliver grassroots involvement. That means, a simple, accessible method of getting ordinary people involved in running their own communities. And data that gives those in power an authentic mandate
This case study shows the first college to use a digital platform ‘VocalEyes Digital Democracy’ for student engagement and the use of the system to transform Learner and Staff Voice. Pembrokeshire College have now exceeded 50,000 interactions using the system and also
Building on the huge success of VocalEyes at Pembrokeshire College, they are now set to spread the word at the Association of Colleges conference later this month.
Students have now exceeded 15,000 interactions (ideas, ratings & comments) on the system. The
Trinity Saint David is going green! Yesterday, students and staff came together at a new ‘Sustainability Exchange’ to discuss all aspects of sustainability and what can be done to make the University more environmentally fit for the future.
VocalEyes is underpinning
An excellent short movie that clearly describes how we really do have the power collectively to make the necessary changes. Click the image to watch the video..
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