General D&D Resources

 

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First 30 Days: Getting Started
Getting Started

 

Why dialogue and deliberation (D&D)?

What can D&D do for my community?

How do I start?

Engagement Streams Framework

A tool for navigating the range of dialogue & deliberation approaches to determine what will be most useful for your goals, purposes, or topics

Help librarians determine what kind of dialogue process will best suit their needs

 

 

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NCDD (National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation) Members Map A map of NCDD members across the country Help librarians find facilitators and people trained in public engagement design and process

 

 

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Goals of D&D Graphic A graphic depicting the four goals of dialogue and deliberation

 

Quick visual to determine your goals for a D&D process, in order to tailor process accordingly Get the Goals of D&D Graphic (LINK)
Principles for Public Engagement Compiled list of public engagement principles from several different sources

 

Several different lists of principles, which can be used to set ground rules for a D&D process Get Principles for Public Engagement (LINK)
Conditions for Successful D&D List of conditions that increase the likelihood a D&D process will be a success

 

Gives several conditions to improve the possibility that the D&D process will be successful Get Conditions for Successful D&D (LINK)
60-90 Days: Sharing What You Learn
Digging Deeper

 

Core Principles for Public Engagement A tool to help distinguish the fundamental parts of quality public engagement Gives clear guidelines on how to create quality public engagement opportunities

 

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  Running a D&D Program Steps for organizing a D&D program Provides 11 steps to design a D&D program that works for the specific needs of the group. This is helpful if you want to go a bit more in-depth with your plans and goals.

 

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  Designing a D&D Process An article that offers guidelines to design better public participation processes Outlines 12 design guidelines to create better engagement processes

 

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These resources are offered as part of Libraries Transforming Communities (LTC): Models for Change, an initiative of the American Library Association (ALA) and National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD) that seeks to strengthen libraries' roles as core community leaders and agents of change. LTC: Models for Change is made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).