Thanks again to everyone who participated in the Melbourne and Sydney workshops. As promised, here are the presentation slides, along with my notes (PDF 14.78 MB) from the presentation component of the day.
Of course, I can’t include all of the great discussion that took place, but hopefully it will help jog the memory as well as provide some further details on some of the topics we covered.
The material generated by workshop participants is also available for download:
- Melbourne: Risk & opportunities – transcribed (PDF 65 KB)
- Melbourne: Other workshop materials (PDF 21.2 MB)
- Sydney: Workshop materials (PDF 1.1 MB)
The remainder should be up by Monday.
Two follow-ups from the workshops:
- There was a question about RSS in Outlook: one that I’m aware of is NewGator Inbox [Update 21 June 2011: as far as I can tell this product is no longer available, so I’ve removed the link], although it seems that Outlook 2007 has an RSS reader built in.
- I mentioned the “Government 2.0” Google group in (I think) the Melbourne workshop also. I’ve also come across a Government 2.0 Australia Ning community (they are different groups, but exploring similar themes. Neither are specifically focused on social networking, but may be of interest all the same.
If any readers have other related resources to suggest, it would be great if you could do so in the comments.
I wanted to say thanks to a number of folks who participated in the workshop by being so generous with their time and insights (in alphabetical order):
- Fi Bendall (Bendalls Group), Peter Buckmaster (Care Network), and Katie Hart (Amnesty International Australia)
- Priscilla Brice-Weller (ANTaR)
- Marc Lehmann (Saasu)
- Helen Mitchel (CPA Australia)
- Mathew Patterson (Campaign Monitor)
- Deb Shaw (Amnesty International Australia)
- Georgina Swan (Choice Australia)
Your input and generosity was greatly appreciated by the participants (and especially by me!) Some of the video and other materials from the case studies should find their way into blog posts in the not too distant future…
Thanks also to Penny Hagen who assisted in preparation for the workshop. And last, but not least, Maxine, John and the WDS team for organising such a wonderful event and presenters’ dinner. It was a wonderful opportunity that I deeply appreciate…