THE SOCIAL MEDIA EXCHANGE FOR MUSEUMS AND THE CULTURAL AND HERITAGE SECTORS
MONDAY 1 JUNE 2009 – The Resource Centre London, N7
As we know, it’s more important than ever to make sure your web presence
is reaching as many people as possible. But are you making the most of
your online strategies? Are you waiting for people to come to you – when
you could be going directly to them? Social networking, blogging,
podcasting and the plethora of new social media applications create
great opportunities for the Cultural and Heritage sectors. They’re
cost-effective, quick to get going and have the potential to reach and
engage new audiences.
On Monday 1 June sounddelivery is hosting The Social Media Exchange for
the Museums, Cultural and Heritage Sectors in London. This practical
training event is specifically aimed at staff working in museums,
galleries, libraries, archives and heritage sites. The day will feature
bitesize masterclasses, practical social media surgeries, discussions,
and collaboration and networking opportunities. This event will bring
together experts in the sector who are using social media tools and will
share their experiences with you.
For more information and do download a booking form all you have to do
is go to www.socialmediaexchange.org.uk
. Get a solid understanding of not just the what and why but the how of
social media in an informal and relaxed environment.
. Get up to speed on the changing media climate, the increasing role of
social media and how this can apply to your work.
. Be given practical examples of how podcasts, social networks, blogs,
digital storytelling,twitter and other applications are actively being
used in the sector.
. Meet like-minded people within the sector who are using social media
tools in their work and who want to share what they have learnt with
. Actively participate in sessions and be encouraged to bring your ideas
and projects to the event for development and brainstorming.
The day will include:
. 20 Interactive Masterclasses focusing on social media, journalism and
. Practical group surgeries in blogging, podcasting, twitter, video and
. A panel discussion including representatives from Google.
. Opportunities to make connections, learn new skills, compare, contrast
and bounce ideas off other delegates . Liveblogging, Twittering, Live
Podcast Production, Video Feedback.
. Powerful Podcasts
. The Power of the Blog
. Mobile Learning – from mobile phones to the iPpod Touch . Building up
a social media presence from scratch . How to promote your events online
… on a budget . Digital Storytelling – creating content through audio
slideshows . Using social media to tackle the learning agenda . Getting
Savvy with Social Networks . Social Inclusion and Social Media . How to
Engage the Media
This is the opportunity for you and your colleagues to make connections,
compare, contrast and bounce ideas off other organisations. You’ll leave
the event with practical skills, fresh ideas and inspiration.
We would really appreciate it if you would forward the details of this
event to your networks and colleagues.