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A presentation in Wrekenton Library on March 18th 2010 in a workshop to encourage social reporting in local groups. The session a was arranged by David Wilcox http://socialreporter.com and Nial Smith ...

A presentation in Wrekenton Library on March 18th 2010 in a workshop to encourage social reporting in local groups. The session a was arranged by David Wilcox http://socialreporter.com and Nial Smith http://idea.gov.uk

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  • I find myself working mostly with elderly people
  • I was born in Consett and like my father and his father before him went into the Steel Works as almo st everyone in my community did.
  • I joined Teesside University In 1999
  • . What I offered had to be engaging and interesting and fun
  • The tools I employ in this work are largely open source and free.
  • The Headcam in Thorntree
  • An interview collected by webcam in East Middlesbrough is shown at an event.
  • The Headcam used again for an International Blogcast day
  • We transmitted “blogcasts” for 5 hrs on March 4 th 2010
  • The Day was Launched by the Mayor of Loftus Cllr Barry Hunt
  • Our Visitors from Around The World
  • Otters in Skinningrove
  • A schools Internet Radio project

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  • Digital Villages & Community Media Net works STEVE THOMPSON
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  • Teesside University
  • An important component: Fun!
  • A Digital Village is a space where a community expresses their identity though ICT and Digital Media. This may be from an artistic, heritage, or economic perspective or a mixture of all three. This can be done through poetry, digital stories, community newspapers online, image collections (old and new), audio (Internet radio, oral history), animations, video, and text.
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  • Appropriating Tools For Other Purposes The Headcam
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  • A day of Blogcasts March 4 th 2010
  • A day of Blogcasts
  • Blogcast Day – Our Visitors
  • An Example Blogcast
  • www.wordfm.co.uk