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BBC says Use Social Media – or Leave

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

BBC tells journalists to use social media as a primary source. BBC journalists must keep up with technological change – or leave, the director of BBC Global News Peter Horrocks says. Or Leave.

Nick Booth of @podnosh blogs #hyperlocal for the BBC

Social Reporter

I’ve just caught up with Nick Booth’s blog on BBC online about very local web sites. There is often a strong purpose of driving local change through shining the light on issues of local concern.

Nick Booth of @podnosh blogs #hyperlocal for the BBC

Social Reporter

I’ve just caught up with Nick Booth’s blog on BBC online about very local web sites. There is often a strong purpose of driving local change through shining the light on issues of local concern.

BBC Elevates Social Media for News Creation and Monitoring

Portals and KM

According to the Guardian (see BBC tells news staff to embrace social media ).      BBC news journalists have been advised to use social media as a primary source of information by Peter Horrocks, the new director of BBC Global News. For BBC news editors, Twitter and RSS readers have now become essential tools and aggregating and curating content with attribution are essential skills. The BBC also created a social media editor post in October.

‘The New World’. Fact and Truth in 2017

Jenny Connected

Every day this week, BBC Radio 4 is broadcasting a 45-minute programme at 9.00 This is a series of programmes examining the major forces that are changing the world around us. It pulled together and tried to explain society’s changing relationship with truth. Source of image.

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Technology, teenagers and books

Jenny Connected

This week I have watched a BBC documentary that seems to support McGilchrist’s view. Ripley St. Thomas Academy, Lancaster.

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Welfare and the broadcast media: has something changed?

Neighbourhoods

At first, 3 (all BBC) went ahead, but the various researchers were all genuinely shocked at the lack of government engagement. Iain Duncan-Smith has written repeatedly and furiously to the BBC about their lack of balance in reporting welfare issues… it's clever isn't it?

Enterprise: List of 40 Social Media Staff Guidelines

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

BBC Staff Editorial Guidelines Personal use of Social Networking and other third party websites [link]. What is included, what is top of the list, how does it change? Managing staff who participate in social networks.

Green Chameleon » Blog comments

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Pity the Man Who Knows More Recently, I happened to be switching from tv channel to tv channel and stumbled upon a documentary on the BBC on child labour in one of the African nations. The power for change SHOULD come from visibility: our knowing that these things happen; their knowing that it’s not a “normal&# condition to be in.

eModeration Station » Mobile learning #1: The big picture

e-Moderation Station

Even the simplest mobile devices such as low-end mobile phones (which are not necessarily Internet enabled) allow access to learning content via SMS, as the BBC Janala project in Bangladesh shows. Times they are a-changing. And they are changing fast.

Balancing “real” and online local collaboration: 80/20?

Social Reporter

A few weeks back I posted a piece over here about the Big Lottery-funded Village SOS programme , which supports some exciting and ambitious local projects, plus local web sites, all linked to a forthcoming BBC series. “Our messaging to the 10 villages over the last few months has been to tell us what is working for them and what isn’t, to enable us to form the launch site that will go live with the BBC series this summer.

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How many religious freaks does it take to get a light sensor changed?

Neighbourhoods

The BBC report says that: Other residents in the block of 35 flats, who could end up having to pay legal costs, are upset. There are so many takes on this story  I don't know which to go for. 'Gordon 'Gordon and Dena Coleman said they cannot leave or enter their Bournemouth flat on the Sabbath because the hallway sensors automatically switch on lights.'

Clearing the ground to claim Big Society for ourselves

Social Reporter

In Liverpool Phil Redmond said he stuck by the principles , but “the marketing slogan is not the best&# … and the BBC’s Nick Robinson said Big Society should be high on the agenda for the PM’s new messenger Craig Oliver.

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Paywall for News.com and Online Community Social Media

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

ABC News which, like BBC News comes in for a regular bollocking from Mr. Murdoch? Do you think bloggers can effect change? Can Twitterers empower change e.g. ArabSpring ?

Jane Hart’s Top Ten Tools for 2014

Jenny Connected

This is a helpful prompt for reflection on whether my use of technology has changed over the past year and if so why, and if not why. All that struggling to use BBC computers in primary school classrooms, way back in the 80s, really put me off to begin with. In the past few weeks I have spent what I consider to be an unreasonable number of hours changing my phone provider.

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Beyond Big Society towards Big Competent Citizens

Social Reporter

Not everyone is up to it, so the report argues that we need more formal and informal adult education and policies to effect a cultural change in society. A big society needs big citizens – BBC Today programme. I’ve been reading the latest RSA contribution to the contentious Big Society discussion … or what used to be a lively discussion since it has rather died down in the past few months ( earlier posts here ).

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Several Short Sentences About Earth’s Distant Future

How to Save the World

image: earth during the eocene epoch, the last time the average surface temperature was 25C, via bbc nature. image: depiction of eocene rainforest in the antarctic, from this site , original source uncredited. image: from the documentary film baraka.

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Exclusion and protest: people left out in the street can make a difference

Neighbourhoods

Yesterday, as various sources report ( BBC , Indy ), five disabled people lost their High Court challenge over the government's decision to abolish the Independent Living Fund (ILF). Citizenship and democracy Mobility and change Social exclusion Social policy

An update on social reporting, including support from BIG

Social Reporter

The more strategic endorsement has come from work with BIG – the Big Lottery Fund – and their People Powered Change programme. If I have changed my mind on anything over the last five years it is probably this. Reporting – including social reporting – is about making a difference, change, disruption … not just carrying messages.

The challenge of networking civil society

Social Reporter

Building the capacity of people and institutions, and changing cultures, so that online collaboration can work is far trickier than building a platform. Interest from the BBC may help catalyse a network of hyperlocal activists in London.

Parking traumas

Neighbourhoods

  Mobility and change Neighbourhood relations A recent survey carried out for the AA suggests that one third of neighbour disputes is car-related: ‘An AA-Populus. survey of 23,450 AA members (11-17 June 2013) found that 33% of neighbour bust-ups are rooted in car-related disputes.’.

Wealth inequality: the invisible quintile

Neighbourhoods

A couple of articles have been published lately ( BBC , Atlantic ) based on some fascinating 2011 research by Michael Norton and Dan Ariely which looked at Americans’ perceptions of wealth and inequality (pre-pub copy available here ).

Local democracy is a competitive business: how can Create a Council be more engaging?

Social Reporter

I’ve followed up my earlier post about the event with one over at socialreporters.net , where John Popham and I are blogging for the Big Lottery Fund People Powered Change programme. were restricted to reacting to (and usually against) changes proposed by a council or other public body.’

The Dangers of Scientism and the Fear of the Unknowable

How to Save the World

Science is, after all, nothing more than the creation of approximate, limited and ever-changing models and metaphors of some aspects of reality, that are often interesting and sometimes (enormously) useful. Photo of brain-imaging from Reuters.

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Reflections from 2011 – A World Without Email – The Documentary

Elsua

Goodness, like I said, where there’s smoke … Otherwise why would you feel threatened for that change in the first place and feel you need to defend the indefensible?

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Enterprise 2.0 … More Hierarchy or Less Hierarchy ?

Green Chameleon

I have also consulted to organizations for about 20 years on work design, work effectiveness, competencies and performance, knowledge management, management and leadership development, and organizational learning and change. Euan Semple is well known for helping to create, grow and sustain the effective use of social software tools in a complex knowledge-intensive environment (the UK’s BBC). Tags: organizational change , hierarchy , wirearchy.

How the government is encouraging people to get more involved in politics

Neighbourhoods

First, I was struck by the extent to which the government's bullying of the BBC has pushed it to the right. BBC TV coverage of events in Westminster was almost devoid of any attempt to analyse why protestors were angry. The BBC has become afraid to say anything that might upset the authorities.   Citizenship and democracy Governance and participation Information and communication Mobility and change Social exclusion Social policy

Facilitation Card Decks | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Edit: March 10/14 Here is another set from the BBC on designing for learning found via AConventional. We also have a set of “Organisation Culture Cards&# which are great for getting conversations going around values, behaviours and change in organisations.

Media140 Sydney: Social Media Twitter & Journalism

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Caroline Overington was adamant – well actually she was channelling James Murdoch’s rant over the BBC. Social Media is all very well and good but it can’t change the world. Change, adapt, move on.

The Cola Road Documentary and what’s next for Colalife

Social Reporter

There was lots of learning for us – not least more on how the original idea of delivering the medicines in Coke crates has changed.

From the feed

Chris Corrigan

Holger Nauheimer release the newest version of the Change Management Toolbook. Peter Rawsthorne blogs a great BBC documentary on what a post-fossil fuel farm might look like. Links that made me think this week. Siona van Dijk finds Paul Hawken naming the people I play with. Jean Sebastien Bouchard turns me on to art

DIY and the future of care

Neighbourhoods

This morning the BBC offered us the future of car care - a garage in Norfolk where space can be hired out so that car owners can modify or service their own vehicles. Tags: Neighbourhood relations Mobility and change Social capital "They will save money, but they can also come and learn. The more you get into it, the more adventurous you'll become," said entrepreneur Nathan Devlin. "If you need me to help out, I charge £20 per hour."

Sipson may or may not be a community

Neighbourhoods

I like what the BBC have done here in bringing the views of local people to the foreground, and I've been listening to radio reports where, with an echo of doom, residents celebrate the existing sense of community. Tags: Social policy Space and place Mobility and change I don't want to hear people banging on about how cosy and convivial is the village of Sipson.

Media Trust launches Newsnet site and network

Social Reporter

million in support of People Powered Change. It is our aim that communities come together, share learnings and receive support, in order to increase their impact and change their world.

Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

We then present one perspective on the history of such sites, discussing key changes and developments. Rather than rejecting underage users, MySpace changed its user policy to allow minors. Retrieved September 8, 2007 from [link] BBC.

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“Command and control is dead”: the shape of next gen organisations is social networks | Open (minds, finds, conversations).

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

I was listening to a fantastic episode of Peter Day’s Global Business (can’t find it to link to on the BBC website - subscribe to it on iTunes if you don’t already). Behaviours changed very quickly once incentives were altered.

C2DE? Postcodes and social class

Neighbourhoods

I learn from a BBC magazine article by Jon Kelly today that many people are preoccupied with postcodes and dissatisfied with their own. Postcodes are commonly associated with the lottery of poor service provision, but not so much with being common.

Local monitoring of public services

Neighbourhoods

A BBC programme has exposed appalling maltreatment in a care home and led to arrests. The Care Quality Commission failed in precisely what it is there for; while the BBC went above and beyond the duty of a public service broadcaster, and not for the first time has done the work of another public agency. Inspection and investigation in all kinds of public services requires expertise, of course, and that is not going to change.

Balancing "real" and online local collaboration: 80/20?

Social Reporter

A few weeks back I posted a piece over here about the Big Lottery-funded Village SOS programme , which supports some exciting and ambitious local projects, plus local web sites, all linked to a forthcoming BBC series. “Our messaging to the 10 villages over the last few months has been to tell us what is working for them and what isn’t, to enable us to form the launch site that will go live with the BBC series this summer.

Links of the Month: March 21, 2012

How to Save the World

Endless material wealth based on individual striving is the American ideal, and the desire to change that paradigm is practically nonexistent. translation guide by Fraser McAlpine for BBC America; thanks to Dawn Smith for the link.

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