• Online communities have been playing an increasingly important role in supporting grassroots initiatives

    in the area of social innovation and sustainability

  • As such platforms go larger and larger, it is more and more difficult for community managers to ensure efficient debates among citizens

  • End of 2013, major community networks and leading research institutes have teamed up to tackle this issue

  • CATALYST developed and tested Collective Intelligence tools

    which are available, as open source solutions,
    to any interested communities

  • CATALYST testing was supported by:

    Ashoka Changemakers, OuiShare, EdgeRyders, OECD, Utopia, Innovatori PA and many more

    Their feedback

Tweets

  • Do you want to evaluate the impact of a #CAPS project? Here you go: https://t.co/ddGjpFOvf3 … #socinn #socent @IA4SI
    February 12, 2016
  • Interested in #CollectiveIntelligence? Discover our open resources. Tests, reports, etc. There's all you need: https://t.co/xcgHpaC6YD
    January 14, 2016
  • Making smarter decisions by leveraging the combined brainpower of teams: why should you try #CollectiveIntelligence: https://t.co/q8miyAx0tf
    January 12, 2016
  • Solving problems with #CollectiveIntelligence - Towards an internet of thinkers? Here is an interesting article: https://t.co/OH5DP34ols
    January 7, 2016

 

What others say about us:

  • New Software Fuels New Knowledge - Don Tapscott, The Huffington Post
  • Improved tools for online social innovation platforms - The European Commission, Community Research and Development Information Service

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