NEW: Exploring social media as a tool for knowledge exchange: evaluation of the #btr11 experiment
Summary of events:
- how is social media used for knowledge exchange between academics and communities? more
- This event culminated the series of Beyond the Radar events exploring the how community groups can maximise their impact. It explored the use of social media by community groups and activities and evaluated lessons learned from the experience of the BTR11 project. More details
Strengthening Civil society through social media, 28 February 2012, 7.30 – 8.30pm
- Online discussion with Globalnet21. Panel included Joe Taylor, NATCAN and David Wilcox, Social Reporter. Details are here. See recording here.
Below the Radar and the unintended consequences of voluntary sector reconfiguration, 1 February 2012, 2-4pm
- The panel included Big Lottery Fund, Community Development Foundation, Trust for London, and Barrow Cadbury Trust, along with TSRC. See Online Discussion
Civil Society Beyond the Radar, 30 January 2012
- Previous discussion hosted by GlobalNet21 with presentations by David Tyler, Community Matters, and Angus McCabe, TSRC. A recording of this webinar is available here
- Previous online discussion in partership with NatCAN. Panel members included Maxine Moar, Simon Skidmore, Joe Taylor. See Discussion here
- Live Q&A held by the Guardian Voluntary Sector Network. See a summary of the conversation.
- TSRC and Barrow Cadbury Trust held the first Beyond the Radar event on the 8th July 2011 to kickstart the dabate: See videos of the event. Event report: Beyond the Radar, Love, Passion and Fun
See about btr11 for more details of the process. Follow us on twitter: #btr11