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Volunteering rocks – my volunteering week

Louise Brown has chosen one of the [entirely optional] themes for week 24, and blogs about volunteering. Louise has been kept busy this week with lots of different volunteering opportunities, including being a room guide for the National Trust, supporting

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Posted in charitable trusts, festival, literature, setting goals, special events

A day of maps and facts

Andy Mabbett has been doing a training course about making digital maps using OpenStreetMap, and on contributing to Wikipedia. Louise Brown shares the experience with us, and what she produced, for her Week 47 post. A day of maps and facts by Louise Brown.

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Posted in digital technology, learning, maps, training

LocalGovCampNW (Part 2)

Mark Braggins gave us LocalGovCampNW (Part 1) in Week 6 and has not made us wait too long by getting Part 2 in early for Week 7 of Weekly Blog Club. He gives a wonderfully detailed account (with really useful

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Posted in digital technology, education, local government, museums, open data, public sector, social media, websites, working practices

ukgovcamp2012 – my top twenty

Kelly Quigley-Hicks has been very busy blogging this week – just discovered that she had also written a ‘Slee List’ (see Dan Slee’s ‘Glasto for geeks: bullet points from UK Govcamp 2012’). She was another of the UK Govcamp first-timers

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Posted in local government, management, national government, public sector, social media