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Delivering an inclusive government: An invitation to experience UKGovCamp11 outside Twitterverse

It always makes me wonder, after my 3rd UKGovCamp, how are people reaching all the wonderful information we shared on the momentous day? Are we only engineering innovative ideas amongst ourselves or is UKGovCamp reaching our excluded colleagues who would think attending a government unconference on a Saturday is a crazy idea? Based on the recent UKGovCamp11, it would be ashame if all that knowledge and enthusiasm was shelled within our tweets. It is my hope that we reach our colleagues with this prezi that will hopefully act as an invitation to your colleagues who might never attend UKGovCamp on a Saturday. It highlights all that happened on 22nd Jan 2011 at #ukgc11 (Microsoft UK). It is to introduce the topics discussed at the unconference to those who did not attend but might be interested in all the useful content shared throughout the day.

As @danslee said on twitter…

“Inspired at #ukgc11? Do one small thing today that you learned. Even if its just joining Flickr…”

Well Dan, echoing your enthusiasm… inspired at #ukgc11? Do one small thing today that you learned. Invite others to see this Prezi to experience #ukgc11 TODAY! :)

BE SURE TO WATCH IN FULL SCREEN!

About Liz Azyan

Liz is a CREATIVE digital professional dedicated to helping individuals, governments and businesses realize their digital goals. She offers digital consultancy services on her website LizAzyan.com Liz is also a Google Fellowship Recipient (individuals selected based on their work and initiative in the arenas of technology, politics and social entrepreneurship), an invited expert panel on the Guardian’s Public Leader Network and has spoken at many public events and conferences on the subject of digital engagement.

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