I’ve been live blogging yesterday and today for the E-engagement strand at the 2009 National Digital Inclusion Conference.
You can watch a full recording of all the plenary sessions here.
And if you’re interested in the engagement theme I was tracking at the event then take a look at these posts:
- Stuck in the middle – tensions for e-engagement – my attempt to draw out some of the dichotomies that day one of the conference uncovered.
- Using the F-Word – on the importance of fun
- Digital Futures – are young people a connected generation
- Digital Inclusion and Deafness – notes from a presentation with AbilityNet
- From E-Engagement to Encouragement – looking at local action and digital TV.
- Building an E-Engagement Manifesto – Notes from the final meeting of the e-engagement work group
And a few general posts:
- Don’t forget the downturn – but for goodness sake be generous – I caught an interview with Matthew Taylor – and was rather pleased to here his key recommendation for action was not about money or policy, but about generosity.
- Digital Inclusion One Year On – notes from the opening plenary
- It’s all about people – tracking what the conversation had covered so far (and sparking a good conversation with Michael White)