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Our first teacambs!

by on 16 March 2012

Teacamps are informal gatherings for digital people who work in and around government. They are usually two hours long including a slot for a speaker and chatting over a cup of tea, hence the name ‘teacamp’.

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Teacambs is planned for the last Thursday of every month, at Bill’s Café, Green Street in Cambridge.

Our inaugural event is on Thursday 29 March from 4.30pm-6.30pm. Save your place here:

It will become a regular informal get together of digital communicators, web specialists and social media enthusiasts working in and around local government and the public sector in Cambridgeshire.

Share ideas, learn new things and make plans over tea and cake.
Info: @teacambs


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The first event will look at keeping yourself safe online – public vs private and how to use social media wisely from the author of  “Social media guidance for public servants”.

The line between what is personal and what is professional is no longer as clear cut as it might have been in the past. One minute you’re commenting on an article written about a niche interest, next minute you’re expressing outrage over something that has happened in the news.

Social media guidance has to tackle this head on.


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