Voting/Rating

Methods for simple private votes (e.g., anonymous ballot)

REAL-LIFE CASES

IDEAS

TECHNOLOGIES

WHAT NOT TO USE OR DO

Methodologies for simple public votes (e.g., raising hands or cards)

Real-Life Cases

Ideas

Technologies

Built-in Zoom voting

WHAT NOT TO USE OR DO

Methodologies for prioritized voting / non-binary voting

REAL-LIFE CASES

The Estonian Assembly on Aging Population (https://rahvaalgatus.ee/initiatives?category=uuseakus) uses Citizen OS (https://citizenos.com/product/) for voting. This is an open source (and free to use) tool that allows online voting and decision making.

IDEAS

Marcin: about decision making process…mixture of discussion and voting. Online, by filling electronic ballots or using one existing group decision making tools. Graham: Pol.is which allows you to poll across a number of statements, providing an indication of the support for various ideas, but also areas where people are uncertain/undecided. Carson: likert scale with hands to the left or right of the screen Carson: show different colored post-it notes Carson: go-around asking for two words about the thing you’re discussing

TECHNOLOGIES

https://www.sli.do/ https://civictech.guide/listing-category/group-decision-making/

Group Map

Citizen OS

WHAT NOT TO USE OR DO

Qualitative Opinion Taking (Non-voting Based)

Real-Life Cases

Ideas

Technologies

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