At the Beyond Books convening organized by Journalism That Matters at the MIT Center for Future Civic Media, April 6, 2011, three short talks by experts on community catalyze roundtable discussions by some 100 participants. Bill Densmore introduces the talks by Joy Mayer, an RJI fellow at the Missouri School of Journalism, on what “engagement” means; Laurie Norton Moffatt of the Norman Rockwell Museum on creating community dialog; and David Bollier, author and consultant, on the new role of “commons” in social structures.
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