Case studies and links

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1. Social media: A broad approach from a communications team by Jon King, former Shropshire Council employee

2. Facebook: Corporate page: Make Hay While the Snow Falls by Claire Bustin, Sandwell Council

3. Blog: Shropshire Family Information Service by Kate Bentham, Shropshire Council

4. E-books: Shropshire Family Information Service by Kate Bentham, Shropshire Council

5. Google Plus: Shropshire Family Information Service by Kate Bentham, Shropshire Council

6. Twitter: Highways #wmgrit by Geoff Coleman, Birmingham City Council

7. Live streaming meetings by Geoff Coleman, Birmingham City Council

8. YouTube: Highways by Sophie O’Neill, Worcestershire County Council

9. Social media: What we are doing by Guy Evans, Birmingham City Council

10. Facebook: How a cloudburst took Facebook by storm by Tim Clark, Wolverhampton Council

11.  Live streaming by Jack Linstead, Warwickshire County Council

12. YouTube 60 Second News by Jack Linstead, Warwickshire County Council

13. The benefits of an open access social media policy, Fran Collingham, Coventry City Council

14. Augmented Reality and Local Government by Mike Rawlins, founder of the Pits n Pots hyperlocal blog, Stoke-on-Trent and commercial and technical manager at Talk About Local

15. Moving social from broadcast to engaging by Ben Proctor, Herefordshire County Council

16. Using social media on the frontline as a countryside officer by Walsall Council countryside officer, Morgan Bowers

17. Using social media to launch a report by Mat Danks from Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP

18. Improving resident contact through social media by Emma Rodgers, Staffordshire County Council

19. How to use social media with partners for better emergency planning by Superintendant Keith Fraser of West Midlands Police

20. Using Flickr to build local pride by Jason Whyley at Dudley Council

21. A Wikipedian in residence by Helen Johnson, Staffordshire County Council

22. Using LinkedIn for regeneration consultation by Dan Carins, Walsall Council

23. Challenges of digital communications at a district council by Gemma Styles,  South Staffordshire District Council

24. Social media and elections by Dan Coates, Nuneaton and Bedworth District Council

25. Using a WordPress site to communicate weather disruption by Helen Burrows, Walsall Council

26. Using Twitter by a rural farm museum, written by a volunteer who works at Acton Scott Historic Working Farm

27. Unconferences and how they generate innovation in the West Midlands by Dan Slee, Walsall Council

28. How Brewcamps stir up innovation by Si Whitehouse, freelance web developer and former implementation manager at Digital Birmingham, Birmingham City Council

29. What is an unconference? By Sasha Taylor, founder of CityCamp Coventry and BlueLightCamp

30. Why hyperlocal blogs are important for local government? By Jamie Summerfield, founder of  a Little Bit of Stone hyperlocal website

31. How a social care scheme can benefit from social media? By Stuart Lackenby, Dudley Council

32. Telford & Wrekin Council and bloggers from Lightmoor Live and Telford Live by Russell Griffin, Telford & Wrekin Council

33. Google Plus in Birmingham by Guy Evans, Birmingham City Council

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