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Crowdsourcing the
UK Constitution:
Digital Citizenship &
Civic Engagement
in a Post-Digital Age
Peter Bryant
@peterbryantH...
THE
CHALLENGE
Modern
pedagogy/
civic
engagement
is often…
SEQUENTIAL
SCAFFOLDED
ALIGNED
STRUCTURED
STRATIFIED
LEARNING
EXPERIENCING
LIVING
ACQUIRING
CONNECTING
RARELY ARE
LEARNING
SHARINGCONNECTING
CHANGING
What if
Informal
Community led
Non-linear
Democratic
Problem solving
Collaborative
Chaotic
Aspirational
Emancipatory
Open
...
ALL
AT A
MASSIVE
SCALE
USING
SOCIAL MEDIA
WHY
LEARNING
MASSIVE
CITIZENSHIP
Combination of learning approaches
Integrating participatory practices
Engaged individuals and groups
No readings, no cour...
Where we finished
over 1500 users;
over 725 idea submissions;
over 125000 idea views;
over 10000 comments;
over 25000 vote...
RE-DEFINING MASSIVE
IMPACT
RIPPLE
POWER OF ANALYSIS
EXPERIENCE
https://www.flickr.com/photos/balleyne/2668834386
RE-DEFINING OPEN
OPEN ACCESS
OPEN PARTICIPATION
OPEN ACADEMY
OPEN ENGAGE...
What happens when you empower a community to learn and
engage in social change?
Does this build an informed digital citize...
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Crowdsourcing the UK Constitution: Digital Citizenship and Civic Engagement in a Post-Digital Age

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London School of Economics and Political Science (UK) launched an innovative civic engagement project, which aimed to crowd source the United Kingdom Constitution. One of the key intentions of the project was to leverage and magnify the power of the community and the ‘massive’ in order to empower.

By Peter Bryant, London School of Economics and Political Science. Presented at Crowdsourcing Week Global 2016. Learn more and join the next event: www.crowdsourcingweek.com

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Crowdsourcing the UK Constitution: Digital Citizenship and Civic Engagement in a Post-Digital Age

  1. 1. Crowdsourcing the UK Constitution: Digital Citizenship & Civic Engagement in a Post-Digital Age Peter Bryant @peterbryantHE Head of Learning Technology and Innovation London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
  2. 2. THE CHALLENGE
  3. 3. Modern pedagogy/ civic engagement is often… SEQUENTIAL SCAFFOLDED ALIGNED STRUCTURED STRATIFIED
  4. 4. LEARNING EXPERIENCING LIVING ACQUIRING CONNECTING RARELY ARE LEARNING SHARINGCONNECTING CHANGING
  5. 5. What if Informal Community led Non-linear Democratic Problem solving Collaborative Chaotic Aspirational Emancipatory Open engagement couldbe…
  6. 6. ALL AT A MASSIVE SCALE
  7. 7. USING SOCIAL MEDIA
  8. 8. WHY
  9. 9. LEARNING MASSIVE CITIZENSHIP
  10. 10. Combination of learning approaches Integrating participatory practices Engaged individuals and groups No readings, no course, No lecturer, no teacher, maybe a guru No sequence, enter at any time Learning was an expectation Learning through practice, debate and citizenship What we built https://www.flickr.com/photos/leolondon/451273331
  11. 11. Where we finished over 1500 users; over 725 idea submissions; over 125000 idea views; over 10000 comments; over 25000 votes cast; an 8500 word constitution; from more than 1m words written. Over 75% learnt something and 88&% were influenced by the community Participation went up across the project not DOWN https://www.flickr.com/photos/stephen_downes/1470015134
  12. 12. RE-DEFINING MASSIVE IMPACT RIPPLE POWER OF ANALYSIS EXPERIENCE
  13. 13. https://www.flickr.com/photos/balleyne/2668834386 RE-DEFINING OPEN OPEN ACCESS OPEN PARTICIPATION OPEN ACADEMY OPEN ENGAGEMENT
  14. 14. What happens when you empower a community to learn and engage in social change? Does this build an informed digital citizenry? Can this be more than civic engagement? Problem solving, capacity development or change? And that’s what is next…

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