Monthly Archives: May 2011

Give us a break

Am sharing the details of this event on behalf of my good friend Jude, who is running what looks to be a really interesting project. GIVE US A BREAK: Ideas for developing easy ways to source respite breaks for carers … Continue reading

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The digital engagement game

At the introduction to digital engagement workshop we ran this week, I debuted the digital engagement game. It’s a workshop exercise that’s an expansion of my version of David Wilcox‘s social media game, which in turn has been developed into … Continue reading

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Portfolio: sharing council comms resources

Portfolio looks an interesting idea, coming out of Nottingham City Council. This, from an article at LGComms: We’re launching Portfolio, a web portal that allows public sector organisations to share marketing materials. Councils and other public authorities can sign up … Continue reading

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Innovative ways of training

I’ve been thinking about using some new ways of providing training on digital engagement stuff to those working in public services – in tandem with the traditional approach that we are taking in our workshop tomorrow. Webinars are something I’m … Continue reading

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