Thanks so much to everyone who joined us in Florence last week for the third Impacts of Civic Technology conference, TICTEC. As always, it was an event shaped by the many thoughtful contributions from both the speakers and the audience.

Resources

For those who couldn’t be there, and for those who were but couldn’t see everything, here’s where to find a taste of the two days.

  • The official TICTeC website has a full list of speakers and the schedule. To see more about any session, click on it from the speaker’s page or from the schedule. We’ll add any links, transcripts, slides or videos as they become available to these pages, too.
  • Want to know more about a specific session? Most speakers have included their Twitter handles on their page, so you can tweet them your question.
  • You can also see all the slides in one place (where we’ve received permission from speakers; there may be more to follow) on Slideshare.
  • Everyone who attended is automatically a member of the TICTeC Google Group (and you can also join even if you weren’t there, of course). Feel free to continue discussions or start new ones there.
  • Thanks so much to the enterprising delegates who contributed to these crowdsourced notes on many of the sessions.
  • We’ve gathered together the best tweets and pictures on Storify.
  • Key sessions were videoed, and we also interviewed several delegates — but editing takes a little time, so keep an eye on this blog or our Twitter feed to find out when those go live.
  • We’ll also put professional photos from the event over on our Flickr account, as soon as we have them. They’ll all be under Creative Commons, so feel free to download and share them if you wish.

Taiwan

Don’t forget that TICTeC is expanding this year: we’ll also be in Taipei as part of the Civic Tech fest in September.

We’re really glad to be taking the event to Asia, and we’re certain that this will bring a completely new perspective to the issues and initiatives discussed — it should also make the event accessible to a wider audience.

If you’d like to present at TICTeC@Taipei, please submit a session proposal by 16th June 2017. Applications for travel grants are now also open, so if you need financial support to attend submit your application here by the same deadline.

Original source – mySociety

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