Civic Intelligence Open TextBook

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Open Text Book Latest DRAFT Outline; February 6, 2014

Possible Book Titles (A wiki page)

DRAFT Table of Contents

Introduction to this book

Introduction to Civic Intelligence Why Civic Intelligence? [motivation] What is Civic Intelligence? Short history of Civic Intelligence Civic Ignorance

Exploring Civic Intelligence Motivating Civic Intelligence Understanding Civic Intelligence Evaluating Civic Intelligence Measuring Civic Intelligence Demonstrating Civic Intelligence Promoting Civic Intelligence Questioning Civic Intelligence etc.

& in these various sections (motivating..., etc.), there could be one or more focus areas such as education, policy-development, activism, etc. in the section.

A Call for Action

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Guidelines / Principles / etc. for book objectives, self-management, etc.

Committees Marketing Content Development / glossary / working vocabulary Purpose and intention Style and production Acountability (was Management)

Examples (put status in relation to the book behind each; e.g. “in work”) < add these >

Big Topics — to be discussed in one or more places

Civic intelligence models and frameworks connections to similar and overlapping ideas, disciplines, movements, etc. Connections to other types of intelligences and aspects of intelligences Civic Ignorance How to do Civic Intelligence Limits to Civic Intelligence Challenges Ahead

Possible Types of Things to include in book sidebars, questions for further study, thought experiments, .....

Background material for book development — General Fodder Glossary References Relevant people (scholars, activists, policy makers, artists, etc.) Authors and other direct contributors to this book

Develop a current master copy and place online (probably Moodle); There should also be a OTB-Pieces file (?!)