Social Media Camp Copenhagen has raised a lot of questions about events which I’m still pondering. Why was there so little reporting or reflecting, not to mention knowledge extraction, from either the participants or the organisers?
Report from Citizen service meets social media, part of my #smwcph series. Updates: post on AnnaSBJ’s blog | report by her on DKF’s website @AnnaSBJ (Komfo) gave a quick introduction to kommuner and Facebook, a personal passion of hers and the subject of her Masters thesis. 22 of Denmarks 98 kommuner (local authorities) are currently active on Facebook [...]
Just a quick look at a couple of #digigov camps… #cllrcamp Councillor Camp, “a day for local councillors to share experience, learn about and discuss digital & social media” took place on 12 January. The event ‘home’ seems to be a Facebook page, goodness, with details and a report on FutureGov’s blog. There’s also a Councillor Campers [...]
Community Journalism Conference – exploring the latest thinking, research and hands on experience in the rapidly developing field of hyperlocal and community journalism and examining the potential for engaging and empowering communities using digital technologies and social networks.
I haunt govcamps (#islandgovcamp, #mailcamp, #ukgovcamp) - as an ex-civil servant who also worked in local economic development I’ve an abiding interest in digigov and #localgov issues. Plus they are an excellent example of participant driven amplification and curation… Did you write a blog post about LocalGovCamp? Or take some photos? Or make some videos? Whatever it was that [...]
Update, 22 March 2013: the new Hvidovre website is here – I’m pretty underwhelmed. Looks optimised for mobile. Clearly a lot better than it was, but so dull. Plus no mention of social media at all, or reason to come back. See the list of subsites for a prime example of the utilitarian approach. Velkommen til et nyt [...]