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Social media, local government, and Learning Pool Dave Briggs Community Evangelist
 
First, some introductory stuff
@davebriggs [email_address] www.davepress.net
@davebriggs [email_address] www.davepress.net
 
What’s a community evangelist?
How I got here …
From the benefits office to Downing Street in 5 years (and a blog)
Why this stuff matters
 
 
 
 
Websites don’t change the world. People do.
A frankly scary pace of change
"Communications tools don't get socially interesting until they get technologically boring"
The Long Tail (something about niches)
"We sold more books today that didn't sell at all yesterday than we sold today of all the books that did sell yesterd...
Here Comes Everybody
Individual and yet social
Infobesity?
“ There is no information overload,  only filter failure”
Open source
“ Given enough eyeballs all bugs are shallow”
If you don’t do it, someone else will
Local gov needs to start:
Listening Creating Sharing
What’s this got to do with e-learning?
T HIS IS NOT (just) A COMMS THING
Learning works best when it’s social
It’s certainly more fun
Finding (and keeping) your talent
It goes beyond all this, though
Interactive websites need interactive organisations
The 21 st  century council?
Should local gov be more like  Apple or Google?
A new relationship between the citizens and government
Learning Pool can help your council understand this stuff
Also, there’s money on offer!
We have ideas We have skills
Talk to me! [email_address]
Talk to me! [email_address]
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  1. 1. Social media, local government, and Learning Pool Dave Briggs Community Evangelist
  2. 3. First, some introductory stuff
  3. 4. @davebriggs [email_address] www.davepress.net
  4. 5. @davebriggs [email_address] www.davepress.net
  5. 7. What’s a community evangelist?
  6. 8. How I got here …
  7. 9. From the benefits office to Downing Street in 5 years (and a blog)
  8. 10. Why this stuff matters
  9. 15. Websites don’t change the world. People do.
  10. 16. A frankly scary pace of change
  11. 17. "Communications tools don't get socially interesting until they get technologically boring"
  12. 18. The Long Tail (something about niches)
  13. 19. "We sold more books today that didn't sell at all yesterday than we sold today of all the books that did sell yesterday."
  14. 20. Here Comes Everybody
  15. 21. Individual and yet social
  16. 22. Infobesity?
  17. 23. “ There is no information overload, only filter failure”
  18. 24. Open source
  19. 25. “ Given enough eyeballs all bugs are shallow”
  20. 26. If you don’t do it, someone else will
  21. 27. Local gov needs to start:
  22. 28. Listening Creating Sharing
  23. 29. What’s this got to do with e-learning?
  24. 30. T HIS IS NOT (just) A COMMS THING
  25. 31. Learning works best when it’s social
  26. 32. It’s certainly more fun
  27. 33. Finding (and keeping) your talent
  28. 34. It goes beyond all this, though
  29. 35. Interactive websites need interactive organisations
  30. 36. The 21 st century council?
  31. 37. Should local gov be more like Apple or Google?
  32. 38. A new relationship between the citizens and government
  33. 39. Learning Pool can help your council understand this stuff
  34. 40. Also, there’s money on offer!
  35. 41. We have ideas We have skills
  36. 42. Talk to me! [email_address]
  37. 43. Talk to me! [email_address]
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