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At the end of April, GovDelivery hosted its 9th Annual Digital Communications Summit. This event brought together over a thousand government and industry leaders to learn about the citizen experience from experts. Thursday’s webinar condensed the summit into a series of video clips highlighting key digital experience strategies.
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When you think of online learning experiences in government, you probably think of static slides that you click through or videos with a droning moderator. But that doesn’t have to be the case. GovDelivery’s 2016 Digital Communications Workshop explored unique tactics to build truly engaging digital experiences in government.
Growing up, you probably heard this more than you wanted to and now as an adult you know your parents were right. First impressions count. They count when meeting people and they count when a citizen subscribes to a topic.
I applaud the growth of digital services teams to help build modern digital solutions to core government problems. However, let’s not forget about getting distribution in the mix.
There is nothing more helpful to an organization’s citizen experience than having citizen-focused strategies. Find out how three organizations are using a citizen focus to shift the way they communicate.
Using new and old technologies to advance the way agencies communicate with citizens is great, but everyone must keep a bigger goal in mind: improving citizen lives. Scott Burns, GovDelivery’s CEO and Co-Founder reminded the audience of that goal at DCcomm16.
The USDA National Agricultural Library is on the cutting edge of open data, and the projects inspired by collaboration on its portal, Ag Data Commons, prove it. At the 9th Annual Digital Summit, Andrew Hoppin and Adam Kriesberg explained why open data is just an extension of NAL’s mission and how others can get involved with open data.