Social Media For Community Engagement

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Crispin Butteriss

Crispin is the Chief Practice Officer and Co-Founder of Bang the Table. He has a background in community engagement and public policy.

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The presentation about using social media for community engagement was first delivered as part of the RightClick event in Perth back in September 2010. The presentation was subtitled, “50 online tools and methodologies for community engagement,” and was divided into seven sections dealing with social media methods for:

  1. Information sharing
  2. Feedback
  3. Consultation
  4. Involvement
  5. Collaboration
  6. Empowerment
  7. Monitoring

Photo credit: Bengt Nyman

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