A useful guide from UK Government on setting a social media policy and managing potential risks when posting social content and engaging on emotive topics.
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1. What are ‘ethical considerations’? Ethical considerations are an attempt to ensure that information about an individual is processed lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner. This is an increasingly common concern as any area of cultural heritage may include personal, confidential and sensitive data which provides valuable historiographical or contextual information for understanding the … Read more
A website or social media account is an essential channel for the promotion of your organisation’s aims and activities. Whatever the aims, if you are sharing personal data online, you need to comply with data protection laws. This guidance takes you through the things you need to consider. 1. Know your data Are you … Read more
1. The importance of being safe and appropriate Social media is a hugely beneficial tool that can positively enhance the profile of heritage organisations when used effectively. However, inappropriate use of technology and social media pose significant risks to not only the individuals involved but to the integrity of the organisation’s reputation. Indeed, safeguarding the reputation of … Read more
Covid-19 has made creating digital content become crucial to reach and engage family audiences. This handy guide by Kids in Museums is packed with advice, tips and links to further resources to plan and create digital content that works for a family audience.
This guidance has been compiled in partnership between the Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance, Arts Marketing Association, 64million Artists, and Real Ideas. It is designed to support anyone working online. It covers two areas: a general guide to meeting online, and how to make the space as welcoming and safe as possible; and online safeguarding … Read more