Handbook for the Large Group Response Exercise
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The large group response exercise is a technique for public involvement. It is a step-by-step way to quickly elicit, display and summarize responses of a large group of people to a set of questions. Exercise steps are 1 posing and responding to a set of questions, 2 identifying most important responses, 3 wall walk display of most important responses, and 4 summary, report and discussion of results. The exercise has been successfully used in public meetings and conferences with groups of up to several hundred people. The exercise is quick, easy and inexpensive to use, fosters public participation, and is self-documenting.
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