‘Realising Scotland’s full potential in a Digital World’ sets out how the Scottish Government intends to place digital at the heart of everything it does, from reforming public services to delivering economic growth. This includes: A new digital schools programme … Continue reading
Should you accept a ‘friend’ request from a client on Facebook? First in the Australian Community Workers Association’s Professional Practice Series is a guide to professional & ethical social media use.
Carnegie UK Trust has published a report, Digital Participation and Social Justice in Scotland, which highlights the significant overlap between digital exclusion and other forms of social and economic inequality. It argues that to solve this problem, all organisations delivering services … Continue reading
Consultants We are Snook and the Democratic Society have carried out a consultation on how government could use their online resources to help improve consultations run by public bodies. They believe that there should be a much wider range of … Continue reading
Scotland’s next census will be conducted mostly online. In preparation for this, National Records of Scotland are looking to connect with third sector organisations to learn more about their needs and those of the people they support. They are also … Continue reading
England’s NCVO has produced a Charity Social Media Toolkit, a comprehensive guide to social media for people at all levels in the voluntary sector.