Thursday, April 30, 2009

New Zealand government releases guidelines for online participation and blog case studies

Following the examples of the US, UK, Australia and other countries, New Zealand has released principles for interaction with social media.

New Zealand has also gone a step further and released a guide to social media monitoring, to support government agencies in listening to the many conversations citizens are holding online and engaging in online conversations with citizens.

Also available are a set of case studies on how the New Zealand government has used blogs to constructively educate and engage citizens, although you must be a registered participant in the E-Initiatives wiki to view these case studies.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Craig,

    Great site (simple and works even for old farst like me). Here's the Aussie version of NZ's principles.http://www.finance.gov.au/e-government/better-practice-and-collaboration/principles-for-ICT-enabled-citizen-engagement.html

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