Last year’s TICTeC saw a huge range of subject matter, including:
- Keynotes from leaders in the field, Shelley Boulianne and Ethan Zuckerman
- Experimenting with Facebook ads in Kenya, to see whether users could be encouraged to take a political action
- A look at the demographics of who uses online democracy tools across different countries
- A donor’s perspective on what makes for successful civic technology
- And even crowdsourcing a map of public toilets in the UK
Session leaders included representatives from MIT, the Oxford Internet Institute, the World Bank and even the Royal College of Art.
If your research is just as interesting, and touches on the impacts of civic technology anywhere in the world, we’d love to hear from you.
Oh, and did we tell you it’s in Barcelona? In spring time?
Speakers will have free entry to the conference, and there’s also the chance for all attendees to be considered for travel grants.
Still not sure? Check out videos, photos and slide decks from last year’s TICTeC.