Resources tagged with "online participation"
This guide, commissioned by The Audience Agency from Culture24 as part of Audience Finder, takes you through each aspect of the Facebook Page Insights interface and explains what the graphs and tables mean and how they can be useful to you.By Culture24Published:2015 Type: guide-toolkit
This resource will help you understand why tracking your audience’s online motivations is important and give you practical suggestions about how you can use online surveys effectively to explore these motivations within a logical research orientated methodology. This is one of ten digital guides commissioned by The Audience Agency from Culture24 as part of Audience Finder, the national big data and benchmarking programme for the cultural sector in England.By Culture24Published:2015 Type: guide-toolkit
This is a story about how Circus Oz, a medium-sized performing arts company in Australia has been working with RMIT University to develop a digital platform - the Living Archive - to change not only the company’s operational business and artistic practices but its relationship with and conception of its audiences.By Davin CarlinPublished:2014 Type: article
This Australian case study outlines a two stage approach taken to ensuring young people with disabilities, their families and carers are able to access and participate in arts and cultural services in Western Australia. The project was led by Propel Youth Arts WA in partnership with the Swan Friendship Club of Western Australia and Junkadelic. The case study is from ‘Open Arts: Reflections on the Disability and the Arts Inclusion Initiative in Western Australia’ (a partnership between the Department of Culture and the Arts and the Arts and Disability Services Commission).Published:2014 Type: case-study
Media snacking is a term to explain how we consume the current media menu which is now served and available in totally different ways and on/through a variety of technological platforms/avenues. Sara Marsh caught up with DK of mediasnackers to find out more ...Published:2013 Type: guide-toolkit
This article looks at how cultural centres can engage those who are unlikely to visit their venue in person. Using digital tools, arts and cultural organisations can go 'beyond the locative experience' in profound ways. Focusing in particular on the website, the author examines how to overcome geographical marginalisation and building national and international audiences for 'local' venues. The article also considers the topic of building an online community.By Caroline GreenerPublished:2013 Type: article
Digital technologies – and the networks that they power – provide us with opportunities that we did not have even a few years ago. This collection of essays explore how we can best take advantage of the growing culture of online participation and new digital tools. You'll find a selection of essays which cover areas including education, entrepreneurship, healthcare, climate change, democracy. In each case the author conveys a sense of urgency about the need to re-imagine, re-invest, and re-invigorate our economy and society.Published:2013 Type: article