Creating a buzz…

Social media whirl

Social media whirl

Whilst there are lots of ways to get involved in Fellowship activity and you can’t replace the face to face, the RSA is increasingly recognising the value of connecting digitally. As part of a nationwide initiative, each region now has several digital champions who can help create buzz about regional fellowship activity online, encourage fellows to share their stories and help out with tips and advice on becoming more digitally savvy.

Working closely with the RSA online community manager, Matthew Mezey, our three North West digital champions are Rebecca Hanson, Ruth Heritage and Erinma Ochu. They have been working closely with the North West team and liaising with other digital champions to share approaches.  Look out for them at regional events and get in touch if you…

  • have a NW fellowship event, story or project you want to share on this blog
  • want advice and tips on getting digital
  • want to help out and offer your skills

Find out more about digital champions from a national perspective and follow these 3 simple tips to get connected…

1. On twitter? Tag your tweets #theRSA. Follow staff RSA staff and fellows RSA Fellows

2. On Linkedin? Join the RSA group on Linkedin 

3. On Facebook?  ‘Like’ the RSA page 

Helpful links:

– The Digital Champions network profiles page
– ‘7 Ways to become an online Fellow
– RSA Connectors network (RSA contacts, around the globe)
– RSA’s ‘Fellows’ tools & techniques’ webpage

If you have an ideas about how to improve the RSA’s online connectivity, get in touch with Matthew Mezey directly.

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