On Monday and Tuesday of this week I will be spending a couple of days at the Digital Inclusion Conference, helping to make the event a little more, well, inclusive by doing some social reporting.
It won’t just be me, though – leading the team will be David Wilcox, along with Clare White and Tim Davies.
All the reporting will be appearing first of all on the social network we have created, using Ning. This enables us to get as much content online as quickly and easily as possible, from which we can edit the best bits to appear on the Digital Engagement blog.
Please do swing by and comment on what we are producing, and leave your own views on the issues around digital inclusion. From what I saw at the Digital Britain Summit, and some of the comments around that event, it certainly seems a topic that a lot of people are very passionate about, and quite rightly.
One thought on “Social reporting for Digital Engagement”
Another event, another inaccessible web service, this time from Ning. It’s particularly frustrating that you’re using a digitally-divisive tool for a digital inclusion event.
Is there anything – anything at all – that I can do to persuade you to use accessible and open tools for your social reporting?