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What is social media and web 2.0? What can I use it for? (Video)

‘Old’ media, such as newspapers and TV, is mainly about other people publishing information using expertise and tools that we can’t afford. ‘New’ media (often called Social Media) uses more conversational tools on broadband connections and mobile phones to create a more interactive and participative culture. Web 2.0 is not a technical specification but suggests […]

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How do I make a video of someone and save it on the internet?

Most mobile phones or pocket video cameras can record short videos that are of high enough quality for this purpose. This is usually done by setting your handset to camera mode and then switching from photo to video mode (you may see an icon symbolising a camera). On pocket video cameras it’s often as simple […]

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How can I work on a document at the same time as other people?

It may be helpful for a group of people to be able to work together on a document at the same time. They may be drafting a policy together, preparing a grant application or producing guide to services.

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Is it wise for people in our office to use Facebook?

It depends what they use it for, but it’s probably an advantage if it helps you stay abreast of current trends and improves your communications.

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How can ICT help with our campaigning?

Many third sector organisations exist to campaign on a particular cause. Whether it’s for something in your local community or tackling problems on a global scale ICT can help make your voice louder.

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What is social media and web 2.0? What can I use it for?

‘Old’ media, such as newspapers and TV, is mainly about other people publishing information using expertise and tools that we can’t afford. ‘New’ media (often called Social Media) uses more conversational tools on broadband connections and mobile phones to create a more interactive and participative culture. Web 2.0 is not a technical specification but suggests […]

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