Identify an Issue 
Research the Facts
Begin Networking 
Define your Agenda 
Contact the Power Brokers 
Launch the Electronic Crusade 
Generate Online Publicity 
Celebrate the Potential for Cyber-Change
Main Index of Cyber Activist Web Site 
Take an Interactive Quiz to determine your Potential as a Cyber Activist 
Gain inspiration from Case Studies of how other Cyber Activists achieved victory 
Tour other web sites devoted to political activism 
Too many issues and too little time? We can help you brainstorm which priority issue to tackle first 
View current legislative alerts on burning issues 
Share your opinions and accomplishments via our Guestbook Survey (link to remote host) 
Register for the Cyber Activist Make-It-Happen email newsletter 
Easy ways to contact elected officials online 
Tips on how we created this site. Plus source credits. 
Visit the main web site for co-author Sherri Andersen 
Visit the main web site for co-author Elizabeth Brunner 

There are a couple of ttools that can be used to narrow down your topic. Here are several suggetions listed below:


List of Doctors

If everything makes you angry, you might want to consider looking inward.Perhaps therapy, meditation or anger management would be helpful.


Mind mapping is another alternative. This is a cretive approach to narrowing down your topic. Simply start with one word and circle it. From the main circle start writing down any word that comes to your mind and link it from the first. Continue doing this with each word and eventually you will be able to narrow down the subject. Here is an example of what a mind map looks like.


Talk to a chat room. Discuss your issues with someone else that feels the same way. If you have been even remotly familiar with web browsers, many have chat room selections. For example AOL has a dirct link to chat rooms.









How can Meta Tags help me spread the message? 
Step Eight: Celebrate the Potential for Cyber-Change 
Created by Sherri Andersen & Elizabeth Brunner
For Dr. Doug Smith's English 511 at Cal Poly
Updated on February 14, 1999