Scotgovcamp was an unconference that drew people together from in and around local government. Ideas were shared. Here’s what one comms person took from it.

by Lorraine Spalding

As a traditional comms person, the pace of developments in digital and social media have at times left me playing catch up (or at least feeling as though I’m playing catch up)  – an observer, rather than a participant. 

I dipped a toe in the water of ScotGovCamp 2011 via Twitter and connected remotely with IslandGovCamp 2012 and so ‘in person’ participation at ScotGovCamp 2013 simply seemed right so that I could be part of the change. 

The full event is summed up brilliantly by @marcommskenny here

Original source – comms2point0

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