This is version 1.0 (very early stage) of the citizen commission any feedback is greatly appreciated as we develop future versions.
COVID- 19 Citizen Commission publicly examines available information and documents related to the origin, response, and communication of events occurring since the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) was identified December 2019, in Wuhan, China. When appropriate we will invite relevant stakeholders to participate. The effort will lead to citizen oriented suggestions and an agenda to reclaim the role of the citizen in the body politic.
The Citizen Commission
The COVID-19 Project
Strategic Plan for the exploration of the media's response to COVID-19 and plans for the future (Document)
Media Case Studies
Forum discussion about the media ecosystem
The challenges of experts and expertise in media reports and social media
Toward a citizen focused media ecosystem for the 21st century
Checklist for the media: outlets, reporters and publications (Crowdsourcing)
The Case Presentation: a vehicle for citizens to collaborate, identify, analyze, develop, implement, and monitor a solution based “treatment plan” for medical problems.
Timeline: a crowdsources timeline reflecting the unfolding and efforts to address COVID-19 by various stakeholders
Ecosystem: a way to clearly illustrate the complex ecosystem of the COVID-19 pandemic and to highlight the various stakeholders, their roles, and dynamics.
Citizen Briefs: a stand alone document addressing a particular societal challenge and its components
Checklist: a form that facilitates taking action and improves interaction with various stakeholders and improves your activity.
Data: agree upon, important, easy to use and accessible data that is and relevant.
Tracers: a way to visualize analyze the development over time and response to aspects of the COVID-19
Blog: a place for information sharing of discussion
Forum: a space for dialogue and deliberation about COVID-19 related issues
Groups: A meeting space for people sharing desire to address the challenges associated with COVID-19 and related issues
Crowdsourcing: a shared information base framed as a foundation for exploration of possible solutions to challenges is crucially important in collaborative problem solving.
The United States
Public Health Ecosystem
The Academic and Research Ecosystem
The Private (commercial) Ecosystem
The financial markets
The business community
Not for Profit
Schools and Education
The New York Times
Coronavirus and COVID 19
The Case of Seattle