wherever you are in the world tomorrow do join in the social media exchange for the cultural and heritages sectors virtually via www.socialmediaexchange.org.uk - all the presentations will be available online and we'll be producing a…"
"Agree that the IMA are terrific. Also try Shelley Bernstein at the Brooklyn. Her mw2008 paper about their web 2.0 stuff is a good summary of their work to date. You can contact her via Twitter @brooklynmuseum - she's great at responding that…"
"The Indianapolis Museum of Art is doing great things in creating video content and social media for their museum and has made a sort of museum video aggregator/social network with their new program Artbabble.
"Thanks so much Amelia. I did email someone at the Powerhouse a while a go but didn't get a reply but that is a great idea. Thanks for the tips about all the conferences - that and Easter holidays too makes a big difference.
I run sounddelivery a social media training and production company working with a range of organisations including charities, museums and cultural and heritage organisations. We train organisations to harness social media tools through running practical hands-on training sessions. We also produce audio/visual content on their behalf. In June we're organising an event in London The Social Media Exchange for the Cultural and Heritage Sectors www.socialmediaexchange.org.uk
Hello Jude and welcome to our site. I do hope you find the network valuable! I wish I was in town for the Social Media Exchange - it looks like it will be great! It would be nice if you could tell us about it here! BTW - how did you find us? Cheers
wherever you are in the world tomorrow do join in the social media exchange for the cultural and heritages sectors virtually via www.socialmediaexchange.org.uk - all the presentations will be available online and we'll be producing a special podcast too.
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