The Global Institute for the Study of the Intelligent Community was established in partnership with the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) to serve as a research institution to expand the world’s knowledge about the creation of Intelligent Communities. Through the Institute and our membership, we seek to expand understanding of successful community development and to equip local leaders with tools to build stronger communities.
The Institute is currently one of two such organizations licensed through ICF. Each Institute focuses on educating and assisting communities in becoming proficient in the Intelligent Community Indicators – broadband, knowledge workforce, innovation, digital equality, sustainability, and advocacy.
The Institute is a collaborative network of rural, suburban and urban community leaders and organizations focused on building Intelligent Communities. Through outreach to other Ohio communities and a series of workshops in Dublin, the Institute is promoting a vision of Intelligent Ohio: a network of cities and counties using the ICF Method to drive their economic, social and cultural development in the digital age. By leveraging the knowledge and success of the membership, the Institute serves as facilitator, convener and subject matter expert to:
- Expand awareness
- Provide resources
- Exchange information & ideas
- Connect communities & organizations
- Conduct research
- Presentation on the Dublin Institute - Delivered by Institute Founder Dana McDaniel at the 2019 ICF Global Summit in New York City.
- Meanwhile Out on the Roads of Ohio... - By Louis Zacharilla. Public transit is a local issue. And while global challenges remain unsolved, local ones are being addressed aggressively, with or without the funding or support necessary from national governments. I am proud to say that a case in point was another event which took place in the state of Ohio, USA during General Assembly Session week in New York. The ICF’s Global Institute in Dublin, Ohio launched its first roadshow. MORE