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Engage Remotely, Connect Locally

Alongside the social reporting taking place in the IGF venue we are also inviting remote participants to be part of the social reporting pr…

Started by Tim Davies

0 Sep 12, 2010

Social Reporters Handbook 2010

Hot off the press - an updated version of the Social Reporters Handbook for IGF 2010. If you're interested in using social media tools to s…

Started by Tim Davies

0 Sep 2, 2010

Social Reporters Toolkit: Listening Tools

Good social reporters listen online more than they publish.  There are many different tools you can use in order to follow and track online…

Started by Tim Davies

0 Sep 2, 2010

Social Reporters Toolkit: Twitter

Twitter has fast become a key tool in the social reporters toolbox.  It's key for: Listening - use http://search.twitter.com to track tags…

Started by Tim Davies

0 Sep 1, 2010

Social Reporters Toolkit: Blogging

This Ning website provides everyone with their own blogging space. You can use a blog post to: Share news and updates; Provide analysis of…

Started by Tim Davies

0 Sep 1, 2010

Social Reporting at IGF2010

It looks like there is going to be a good social reporting team at IGF2010 this year! Are you planning on doing some social reporting work?…

Started by Tim Davies

0 Aug 11, 2010

Now you are a Social Reporter

We'll be giving this handout to everyone who has been a social reporter at IGF 2009.

Started by Tim Davies

0 Nov 18, 2009

How will you use Social Reporting skills in future?

Do you have ideas for how you can use Social Reporting in future? What would you change about the way we reported on IGF 2009? Have you o…

Started by Tim Davies

0 Nov 18, 2009

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