Crowdsourcing is proving to be one of the most cost-effective ways to engage the public on anything from data collection to conveying the importance of protecting our waterways. In this webinar, attendees will learn how simple data gathering, like CrowdHydrology, can help educate the public and gain important data with a minimal investment. Using field-proven examples, this webinar will leave attendees with tools to gain the public’s support for outreach campaigns.
By implementing crowdsourcing, it will enable attendees to introduce new ideas, spread messages, tap new sources of funding, and even find solutions to difficult problems. Correctly applied, crowdsourcing techniques can stretch budgets and leverage the power of the people.
In this one-hour, on-demand webinar, Melanie Goetz provides information on the essential elements that help ensure success of any public outreach campaign. Also revealed is how easy and inexpensive it is to implement a CrowdHydrology program.
The difference between a public outreach campaign’s success and failure may well hinge on the surprisingly simple tips offered up in this webinar about engaging with the public — a “public” that has become more accessible using Crowdsourcing. In this webinar, attendees will discover:
- How to avoid crowdsourcing failures
- The process of acquiring reliable data
- What it takes to engage a skeptical public
- Field-proven method of public outreach
- Noteworthy successful campaigns
Learn why government and non-profit organizations are increasingly turning to the power of the masses … through the amazingly simple use of crowdsourcing techniques. The takeaway: This webinar helps attendees better understand the concept, and how to create a successful public outreach campaign using crowdsourcing. When implemented correctly, public outreach and education can be rewarding and cost effective.