Online communities in the Heritage Sector - a model for success
Thursday, 6 December 2012 from 10:00 to 11:00 (GMT)
Do you want to know how to create and manage an online community for your audience in the Heritage Sector? Would you like to see a tried and trusted model for success?
PLB in association with Reach Further have recently completed a feasibility study for the Heritage Lottery Fund on the use of Online Communities in the Heritage Sector.
Based on the Cohesion model of Online Communities, in this webinar the co-author of the model, Liz Cable, will talk you through how planning your community correctly could ensure sustainability across three core areas:
- Finance & Resources
- Membership & Marketing
- Content & Community
Sarah Oswald of PLB will present the results of the research undertaken, indicating how ready the sector is for adopting online communities, and then Sarah and Liz will discuss the potential opportunities, the drivers for success and the possible pitfalls of your own community adoption.
This is a live session, not recorded, and you will have chance to both contribute and answer questions throughout the webinar.
If you can't attend on the 6th December, please book the "request another date" ticket to register your interest, and we will arrange a date to suit.
Reach Further brings people together online to share, to work and to learn in online communities and social networks.
We help organisations & individuals make the most of the social web through training courses, consultancy, & social media strategy creation & delivery.
We are interested in ensuring that you have the skills, knowledge, and attitude in your own team to make social media work for you. Whether that's a Community of Practice to share specialist knowledge, or a social networking strategy to engage people online.
We empower you to reach further online and in business.