We welcome contributions to the web site, and we welcome member involvement in existing TDI projects:
TDI supports a syllabi repository. Please send in syllabi or detailed descriptions that describe courses and programs in deliberative democracy, inclusive dialogue, public reasoning and deliberation, community conflict resolution, and citizen participation in public decision and policy-making.
TDI asks colleges and universities to consider how they support teaching and learning for democracy, Our Catalyst Papers initiative is designed to help campuses break that task down into manageable parts by asking, what can be done on campus within specific academic programs and activities?
Currently, our UNH intern Jamie Bemis is collecting links and resources for campuses interested in bolstering their Constitution Day activities. Let us know if your campus is doing something worth sharing or if you would like to help Jamie pull this together.
Read a good book lately about democracy, justice, public deliberation, dialogue, social change, democratic education, or another relevant topic? Write a review for our Notable Publications page or check out our Bibliography and send us your suggestions.