Our speaker this month will be Chris McConnell, who will offer a skillshare on how to use the Texas Legislature Online system to hack state policy. Chris McConnell, Ph.D., is a policy researcher who has been involved with Open Austin since 2009. He has worked for organizations that include the House Research Organization at the Texas Legislature, the Telecommunication and Information Policy Institute at UT Austin, and the National Center for Women & Information Technology.
February 13, 2013
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