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I can’t make it but this looks like a great event for anyone interested in building and running websites for local communities. It will have a London bias but will be a fab event for meeting other people – check the guest list to see who’s already signed up. London Neighbourhoods Online Unconference, 2010, Saturday, September 25, 2010 from 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM. (more…)

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Do you know a Digital hero who deserves £5,000? TalkTalk, in association with Citizens Online and The Daily Mirror, are launching the Digital Heroes Awards 2010 to find this years UK Digital Heroes. The Awards will be recognise outstanding individuals using the power of the internet to implement bright ideas which bring about positive social change. Nominations are open now until 30 September 2010. (more…)

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Young people between 14 and 19 aintereste din a career in the media are invited to apply to be part of Channel 4’s Inspiration Week South 2010, which will run in April.

South West Screen | Channel 4’s Inspiration Week South.

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Media Trust is running a PR workshop in Southampton and London which may be of interest to organisations in the south east. Planning Your PR Activities will help you develop a strategic approach to public relations, focus your activities on the right media to reach your target audience, make the most of your events and maximise coverage.

Both courses run 10am-4pm, cost £50 and are aimed at staff and volunteers from infrastructure support organisations.

  • February 17 2010 – London
  • March 17 2010 – Southampton

Full details available on the Media Trust website.

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There are lots of free training resources available through the Microsoft site, as there are across the internet. Many can help staff and volunteers support themselves when using common tools, but which ones work best? Techsoup, based in the US, is running a free online training event/webinar (what an ugly word) at which Microsoft staff will guide you through what is available. It will take place at 7pm GMT on Wednesday 10 June – register at the Techsoup site.

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The National Circuit Riders Conference takes place at IBM headquarters in south west London on 9 June and is a great chance to meet and swap tips with people who provide IT support to the voluntary and community sector.

A Circuit Rider is described as ‘a mobile worker who provides ICT support and development to a caseload of small voluntary organisations and who works in collaboration with other Riders’. The UK network of Circuit Riders is linked to a similar network in the United States and the conference is open to anyone – paid or volunteer – who provides IT support to charities and other third sector organisations.

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M & E Consulting, preponderate.network and Charities Evaluation Services are pleased to announce the first-ever conference on ‘Outcomes monitoring and IT’ which will take place in London on 21st May 2009. (more…)

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