It’s an eclectic bunch of links this month. A Gallipoli camera, Gandhi, the Sudan and the digital dark ages all get a mention. Read on to explore!
Brainstorming has become second nature for us in recent weeks. Starting with our Top 5 Reasons Why Archives Are Awesome we found we were on a roll and continued to ‘storm’, much to the chagrin of other staff.
A social media strategy for the blog is something we’ve been thinking about a lot:
- what we do
- how we do it, and
- what our goals are.
Our blog is part of several Web 2.0 initiatives at State Records NSW and this strategy may become the basis for the others. It is very basic, only three points and only 60 seconds long.
Our three-point strategy is The Three Cs:
If anything, it gave us a chance to see what PowerPoint can do!
Watch the embedded video below or view it on Flickr
We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments below. What do you think? Is there something missing? Is there anything you would change?
an online program designed to help archivists learn about some of the most commonly used social media (or Web 2.0) tools…a way to encourage employees to explore and expand their knowledge of the Internet and Web 2.0 by having them do “23 Things
At present our main intellectual control systems are not equipped to deal with Geotags. However, we are experimenting on a very small scale with geotagging images on our Flickr account.
The two day conference was jam-packed with speakers, presentations, food and of course, tweets. Below is a summary, with some useful links, of what I took away from the conference.