Social media engagement help

7th November 2011

We think there is quite a lot of untapped expertise around social media from people who work in the public sector but who don’t actually get to use social media in their job.

So, we want to learn from public sector staff who regularly use social networking sites, in their spare time, such as Twitter and Facebook to inform a number of projects which will shape how public sector organisations use social media.

Initially this will focus on the NHS and the council, following an approach from Darren Wright at the Health and Wellbeing Partnership.

We want to understand how we can better engage with local residents and
get messages into communities using new technologies, and are looking for experts to help us create this approach.

You do not have to use Social Media as part of your work but we would like to look at your personal experience and find out what you can teach us about becoming more digitally engaged organisations. For more information email us here

 

 

 

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