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  Newsletter and Libraries

ParTecs enables the collective management of Participatory Knowledge Bases (PKBs), which come in 2 different kinds: multimedia Newsletters or web-based Libraries.

Both enable the collective creation and aggregation of useful bodies of information, and are highly integrated with discussion Forums and deliberative Group Areas.

Newsletters are inter-media participatory content generation systems that enable single members, their delegates, readers, appointed editorial groups or open collectives, to effectively manage, remotely, the content of each box of each edition.

Each box of each column of any Newsletter edition may be configured so that the content is determined through one or more the following methods:

Individually by elected or appointed individual;
Collectively by the majority of members of a group, appointed or elected;
Collectively by informal working groups, self-selected, appointed or elected;

Automatically generated by the elaboration of internal and external sources based on one or more of the following constraints:

  • Rating or ranking by a selected group;
  • Thematic area, temporal duration, geographic scope and other values.


Libraries enable the collective categorization, tagging and prioritisation of submitted information items, in text, audio or video; as well as their conversion in widely accessible data formats. Libraries offer many of the co-operative content management functionalities that are offered by Groups and Newsletters.

One of the most important part of any ideation process are the ephemeral thoughts produced by the participants in the process. Instead of defining knowledge from an authoritative position, Participation Archives recognise discussions, comments, submitted transcripts and other participant produced data as valuable knowledge, which needs to be archived and used effectively. With an easy archival process and intuitive usage, the Participation Archives would prove valuable to any organisation.



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