The City of Oshawa Wins Award For Its Online Community Engagement Platform

Congratulations to our clients at the City of Oshawa! They have been awarded a gold Hermes creative award for their EngagementHQ online community engagement website.   It’s fantastic to see Oshawa honored in this way because they’ve worked hard to bring online engagement to their site and have produced a very engaging and attractive site […]

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

2 years ago

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2016 a year of new features and upgrades for EngagementHQ

This past year has been a busy one and it’s been too long since we shared any engagementhq product updates on this blog. We’ve been working on some exciting product enhancements and new features and we’re pleased to share them with you now.

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

2 years ago

Codified survey results downloadable in MS Excel spreadsheets

EngagementHQ now allows you to extract data from your surveys in a codified (and simplified) Excel sheet. This is a feature that has been requested by many administrators who do their own survey analysis in Excel and SPSS (or similar tools) and don’t rely on EHQ’s automatically generated graphs.

Joe Kresling

Joe Kresling

2 years ago

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Virtual Town Hall – Same Thing New Location?

With the evolution of online tools for engaging citizens in government business a whole range of descriptors have emerged for this practice.  The virtual town hall is one of these but it has its roots in the existing processes of local government which traditionally have engaged the community (well a small and mostly angry part […]

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

2 years ago

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Managing Outrage Using Online Tools: Webinar

Today we presented a webinar with our good friends at ELGL (Engaging Local Government Leaders) about managing outrage using online tools. Online engagement of your community can be used to both manage and prevent outrage and yet so many cities appear to be fearful about using this effective management tool.  This has a lot to do […]

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

2 years ago

Deliberative Online Community Dialogue About Christchurch’s Coastline

In 2016, Christchurch Borough Council was awarded £50,000 from the UK Government’s ‘Coastal Community Fund’, a UK-wide program designed to support the economic development of coastal communities by promoting sustainable economic growth and jobs. The Council is looking to use the funds for improving the open space of Highcliffe Beach near Christchurch in Dorset. Gary […]

Jessica Topham

Jessica Topham

2 years ago

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Exploring Online Community Engagement: 4 Part Webinar Series

Small cities and large governments alike are finding that offering an online space for citizens to express their opinions is a necessity for successful community engagement. Countries like Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United Kingdom have been effectively engaging communities online for years. However, it’s still a fairly new concept in the US with […]

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