GovCamp will be live-streamed and video content available on demand. The live stream details will be added to the main page so for those of you who missed out on a ticket and won’t be attending in person, don’t forget to check back here on Tuesday to watch all the exciting action.
GovCamp will also be using the Dialoge App from Delib to capturing key ideas from the event with an ideas voting system, where you can vote, comment or add your own ideas around how we improve the adoption of innovation and Government 2.0 within Australian governments. Join the discussion at http://govhack.dialogue-app.com/
Social Media Reporting
The conversation will also be happening online so if you are attending the event, remember to share your thoughts and experience, and if you’re not at the event, you can still join in the conversation. Use the Twitter hash-tag #govcamp, post your photos on Flickr tagged govcamp, or share on the govcampau wiki – whatever channel you choose!
There are also a number of events happening for innovation Week using the hash-tag #innovationweek on Twitter.
We will also have a cartoonist on site during the event to give an extra dimension to the reporting!
GovCamp Canberra 2012 will include a GovStream video Q&A segment for remote participants – hosted by Gov 2.0 Radio.
During the Canberra lunch break, a special interactive session will be held for remote participants via the video stream. Together with a selection of speakers, Allison Hornery and John Wells – the Australian team from US-based Gov 2.0 Radio – will field questions and comments from video stream viewers around Australia and the world. It’s your chance to add your voice to GovCamp Canberra 2012!
Gov2.0 Radio will also conduct some short interviews with our speakers, sponsors and some particpant and put together a package of content from the day.
The event will also be covered in the media with a number of ICT journalists joining us on the day.