29th July 2015 by Eachann Gillies
Today I had a somewhat startling realisation about expectations and stereotypes. We here at the Digital Engagement team love to talk about how important it is to know your audience.
19th June 2015 by Chris Connolly
We’ve come a long way since we launched in December. Trying to navigate the complexities of Scottish Government and promote ourselves across the organisation, we've had somewhat of an uphill battle.
9th June 2015 by Leah Lockhart
We are taking part in Participation Week by putting on some training and digital surgeries and yesterday we held our first session with the super talented Rosie McIntosh of Third Sector Lab on social reporting events.
7th June 2015 by Leah Lockhart
We've opened up our first instance of crowdsourcing ideas and suggestions today and it's all around open data.
2nd June 2015 by Leah Lockhart
Since we came together as a team last winter, we’ve largely focussed our energy on reaching policy teams- the people as close to the ground as you’re likely to get in Scottish Government. But lately we’ve been meeting with our Directors General (DGs) to help them talk and think through their digital aspirations and what...
18th May 2015 by Leah Lockhart
There is a serious push for better engagement generally from Scottish Government (this includes internal and external engagement) and the digital aspect is a very new area to so many people.
12th May 2015 by Leah Lockhart
Publishing schedule, curation ahoy and better capturing of our day to day work.
2nd April 2015 by Eachann Gillies
The Scottish Government runs around 100 consultations a year, on a wide range of subjects. The consultation process is designed to allow people a chance to have their say on government proposals or policies.
23rd March 2015 by Leah Lockhart
We aspire to help create a government where digital engagement is second nature to all colleagues and as a new team, we’re eager to affect change at an accelerated rate. We’ve had a number of discussions where colleagues have expressed fear anxiety and apprehension in relation to digital engagement.
6th March 2015 by Christian Storstein
Yesterday I joined a whole lot of interesting and passionate people at Democracy Sector Day, organised by Oliver Escobar and colleagues from What Works Scotland.