Worksheets available

These worksheets are available under a Creative Commons Licence, in that you can use/distribute the material freely , but Digital Fingerprint must be attributed, whether used as is/adapted. An overview of Social Media Tools (June 2011) Setting up a Twitter account (June 2011) Setting up a Facebook account (June 2011) Setting up a Facebook Like page (June 2011) Setting up a YouTube account (June 2011) Setting up a WordPress account (June 2011) All are downloadable PDFs,…

Social Media Training for @c_of_e

I will be providing training for the Church of England for the following sessions "Social Media for the Scared"; "Blogging for Beginners" and "Social Media Strategies".  See here to book on. "Bex Lewis is a communications historian who built her first website in 1997 and blogged her way around the world in 2007. She works for the University of Winchester promoting e-learning, and manages the Big Bible Project for the University of Durham. She loves…

The Social Media World

Social Media (High Leigh) on Prezi Just starting this session: an introduction to social media for delegates at a Church Administrators event at High Leigh. Audience: larger churches, communications experience, but no social media knowledge assumed. They'll already have had a lot of insights from Andrew Graystone, but are keen to get ideas from someone who 'lives' within the social media space.

UPLOAD/Standing Together (Day Conference hosted by theMediaNet and Christians in Journalism)

A Day of Inspiration, Encouragement and Equipping for Christians working in the Media and Journalism Hosted by theMediaNet and Christians in Journalism We' ve got a packed programme, including: Bishop Pete Broadbent on Social Media The Ultimate Headline: Embedding the redemption storyline Cole Moreton on how we report religion Money Money Money: Entrepreneurial media and funding Is TV a liar? The ethics of constructed reality MailMen and Guardianistas: Making a difference where you work. Colin…