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Newsletter n°1


 




We are very pleased to send you the first edition of the CATALYST newsletter introducing our progress in the design, testing and release of open source solutions for raising awareness and developing ideas in scalable online debates. Do not hesitate to contact us for any further information you may need, and join us on Twitter to be fully informed on our activities, to interact with CATALYST partners, and get to know where you can meet us.

 
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Our latest publications

 

 

- Analysis of pain points & user feedback on design concepts
- Analytics for social innovation networks: design rationale 
- Initial ethics report 
- Initial user stories and mockups 
- Architecture and cross-platform interoperability specification
Click here for an insightful reading

Our tools

 

We are developing a set of demos and tutorials for harvesters and community managers.
Watch our demos & tutorials on Youtube

Don't miss

 

Anna de Liddo from CATALYST and other researchers from Spain (Universidad Politecnica and Universidad Carlos III of Madrid) and the US (Informatica Corporation, R&D) are launching a Collective Intelligence Call For Paper for a special issue on "Large-Scale Ideation and Deliberation: Tools and Studies in Organizations" to be published in the Journal of Social Media for Organizations
Call For Paper

What's next?

 

 

- 3rd consortium meeting, Wuppertal (Germany), April 28-30
- CAPS2020 Book Sprint, Sophia-Antipolis (France), May 5-6-7
- First CATALYST event, Brussels (Belgium), TBD.... Stay tuned 
Want to know more about Book Sprint?
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement n°6611188