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canonical:
  longDescription:
    en:
      source: participatedb
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      value: '<p><span class="caps">PICOLA</span> (Public Informed Citizen Online  <br>
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        Assembly) is a software application to support well-structured conversations.</p>

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        <p>From the article in <a href="http://participatedb.com/references/12">Online Deliberation: Design, Research, and
        Practice</a> (chapter 4, page 71):</p>
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        <blockquote>

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        <p>Project <span class="caps">PICOLA</span> (Public Informed Citizen Online Assembly) evolved as a parallel development
        project designed specifically to model the protocols of Fishkin’s Deliberative Poll® (Fishkin 1995). A front-end interface
        tied together software for both synchronous and asynchronous discussions as well as tools for registration and survey
        taking. Because <span class="caps">PICOLA</span>, like the Virtual Agora, was based on a complex programming environment
        that combined both commercial and open software tools, we were not able to sustain it past its initial five-year cycle.
        However, the successful use of the prototype has led us to conclude that the design of <span class="caps">PICOLA</span>
        constitutes a paradigm for these kinds of online tools. It stands as a ‘regulatory ideal’ for high telepresence, integrated
        deliberative e-democracy.</p>
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        </blockquote'
  name:
    source: participatedb
    value: PICOLA (Delibera 2.0)
  tags:
    en:
    - sources:
      - participatedb
      value: Online dialogue and deliberation
name: picola-delibera-2-0
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participatedb:
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  Added: December 10, 2009
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  Category: Online dialogue and deliberation
  Country: United States of America
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  Description: '<p><span class="caps">PICOLA</span> (Public Informed Citizen Online  <br>
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    Assembly) is a software application to support well-structured conversations.</p>

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    <p>From the article in <a href="http://participatedb.com/references/12">Online Deliberation: Design, Research, and Practice</a>
    (chapter 4, page 71):</p>
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    <blockquote>

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    <p>Project <span class="caps">PICOLA</span> (Public Informed Citizen Online Assembly) evolved as a parallel development
    project designed specifically to model the protocols of Fishkin’s Deliberative Poll® (Fishkin 1995). A front-end interface
    tied together software for both synchronous and asynchronous discussions as well as tools for registration and survey
    taking. Because <span class="caps">PICOLA</span>, like the Virtual Agora, was based on a complex programming environment
    that combined both commercial and open software tools, we were not able to sustain it past its initial five-year cycle.
    However, the successful use of the prototype has led us to conclude that the design of <span class="caps">PICOLA</span>
    constitutes a paradigm for these kinds of online tools. It stands as a ‘regulatory ideal’ for high telepresence, integrated
    deliberative e-democracy.</p>
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    </blockquote'
  Last updated: April  7, 2015
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  Name: PICOLA (Delibera 2.0)
  References:
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  Web: http://virtualagora.org/software_picola.html
  _source:
    description: http://www.participatedb.com/
    name: ParticipateDB
    url: https://git.framasoft.org/codegouv/participatedb-yaml