Community Council Location Finder
24/01/2014 - 31/03/2014
The project built a proof-of concept website to allow users to search for nearby Community Councils, and learn which are currently functional.
This project was funded as a proof-of-concept by the Improvement Service and implemented by IIDI associate Dr Bruce Ryan.
Community Council Location Finder is a Contract Research project funded by Improvement Service Scottish Government.
Carried out in collaboration with and others.
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The findings of this research will contribute to strategies to improve citizen engagement in the democratic process at community level. Its main aims are: 1. To evaluate how Community Councillors (1) access and understand information on their duties and rights; (2) keep up to date with local...
This was a seed research project funded by the CCN+ that investigated digital engagement by three neighbouring Scottish Community Councils (CCs) in a distinct area of a Scottish city. Previous surveys in 2012 and 2014 had shown that CCs generally do not use the internet well to engage with their...
A programme of four workshops on making the most of the internet for Community Councillors, funded by the Scottish Government. This follows on from the successful workshop we held in January The primary purpose of this programme is to extend networking, problem elucidation and solving opportunities...
Biology is a visually grounded scientific discipline-from the way data is collected and analysed to the manner in which the results are communicated to others. Traditionally pictures in scientific publications were hand-drawn; however they are now almost exclusively computer-generated.
Building on previous research into the factors underlying CCs’ online performances, this work will investigate changes across Scotland and in individual Local Authorities. By refreshing the 2012 survey of CC online presences, this project will add depth and strength to our research effort in the...
Information visualisation is the use of enhanced Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) to communicate and interact with complex data sets such as social networks, multiattribute tables, and financial data. Pages of text and numbers are not the most effective way to communicate or understand information.
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Dr Martin Graham
(not currently an institute member)