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Making Media Make Sense | May SHSMG Event

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The Engine Shed

Forthside Way

Stirling

FK8 1QZ

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How to Produce and Broadcast Online


Come along to this peer-to-peer learning event for an afternoon of editing, microphones, microblogging and broadcasting.

Tristan Boyle (a.k.a the Anarchaeologist), co-founder of the Archaeology Podcast Network, will lead us through the basics of producing online shows before we break off for a bit of (voluntary) audience participation. This is a great opportunity for anyone who is thinking about starting their own podcast or video blog, or simply wants to know how these technologies are used. Expect to learn about planning, basic editing of media using free software, and the various platforms that can be used to share your content with the world.

As always, there will also be an opportunity to pick up and share social media tips, bounce ideas around, solve stubborn problems, learn about upcoming projects and training events, and identify partnership opportunities.

If you have access to either a digital recorder or a smartphone, please bring it along to use during the workshop. If you do not have access to one, we can pair you up with someone who does.





Who Should Attend?

Anyone (paid staff/volunteers/students) who works with social media in the history, heritage, archaeology or museum sectors in Scotland.


Booking and Networking Information

Booking is essential. Please note that we will be sharing your email address with members of the group after the event for networking purposes. If you would not like us to share this information, please let us know through a DM on Twitter or by emailing scotheritagesmg@outlook.com.


Venue and Accessibility

Special thanks to the Engine Shed for hosting this event! Please feel free to arrive early to look around or share your thoughts on social media using @HESEngineShed.

If you'd like to read about access at the Engine Shed, please click here. If you'd like any additional information ahead of the event, you can also contact us on Twitter or email scotheritagesmg@outlook.com.


Live Tweeting

Live Tweeting using the #SHSMG hashtag is strongly encouraged throughout the workshop.


Questions

If you have any questions, you can reach us on Twitter or email scotheritagesmg@outlook.com




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