Find the right technology for engagement through peer-to-peer learning.
The EngageTech forums are an interactive way to learn about, and share your experiences working with, technology for engagement.
The EngageTech forum is not a conference, you won’t just be presented to or pitched at. It’s a technology showcase, and participatory event designed encourage peer-to-peer sharing so we can learn from and with each other. We’ve even used experience design methods to make sure it’s actually engaging! Check out what participants in our 2013 forums said about their experiences.
You’ll see the full spectrum of technologies available for consultation and engagement. We’re not just talking about online engagement and social media, but how technology can help you make online and offline engagement more effective. We’ll help you find the right tools to engage, collect input, analyse data and manage relationships better.
The EngageTech forum will be run in South Australia as part of the Open State event series and in New Zealand in as part of the Association for Local Government Information Managers (ALGIM) web and digital and customer service symposium. Find out more.
We are also looking for government organisations to partner with in other locations. Get in touch if you’re interested in being involved.