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As part of the Digital Commonwealth project, we hosted a community media meet up at the Big Lottery HQ in Glasgow to discuss community storytelling in the digital age. This is a record of the ...

As part of the Digital Commonwealth project, we hosted a community media meet up at the Big Lottery HQ in Glasgow to discuss community storytelling in the digital age. This is a record of the programme.

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  • DIGITAL COMMON WEALTH Digital Commonwealth, Community Media Meet-up: Community Storytelling in the Digital Age Digital Commonwealth, Community Media Meet-up: Community Storytelling in the Digital Age Location: Big Lottery Headquarters 1 Atlantic Quay 1 Robertson Street Glasgow G2 8JB Date: 24th January 11am-3pm 1
  • Overview As part of the Digital Commonwealth project (www.digitalcommonwealth.co.uk), we have gathered together individuals and organisations who work and live community storytelling for a dedicated symposium to share good practice, identify the main challenges facing organisations and as well as helping to shape the next stages of our community media programme for the Big Lottery-funded Digital Commonwealth project. We have contributions focused on the ethical dimensions of working with communities and discussion of good practice in the use of digital media to support and amplify storytelling in the community. With training and support at the heart of the aims of Digital Commonwealth project, we will also look to explore the ways in which participation and content creation within a community media and development setting can be recognised and developed through a programme of evidence based learning and what the opportunities and challenges are faced through working within this field. We want the format of the day to be as interactive as possible, so will be developing a set of questions during the day to help shape discussions but also to allow the Digital Commonwealth team to learn from the expertise present to ensure that the resources and community training that will be provided as part of the next stage of the project reflect the best current community media practice landscape in Scotland. Programme Time Presenter/Facilitator Title & notes 1100-11.15am N/A Tea, coffee & networking Your chance to relax and meet other participants 11.15-11.45 David McGillivray & Jennifer Jones. UWS Why are we here and who are we? Digital Commonwealth project update Getting to know each other (icebreaker) 11.45-12.15 Adam Perry and Peter Murray, Media Digital Storytelling on a shoestring: audio and video Trust Local 360 12.15-12.45 John Fellows, Big Lottery Fund Got an idea? Big Lottery Funding opportunities for community groups/organisations 12.45-13.15 John Popham, Citizen Interactive Making the most of community events: amplifying Broadcasting stories 13.15-14.00 Networking Lunch Networking Lunch 14.00-14.45 Lizzie Brotherson, Snook Evidencing Community Impact: Using Digital and Open Badges 14.45-15.00 Next Steps- Close So how do we make this stuff happen? Travel expenses will be provided for those attending, so please retain receipts for trains, buses and undergrounds! Digital Commonwealth, Community Media Meet-up: Community Storytelling in the Digital Age 2