Eurodesk workshop in Budapest

 by Martin Belam, 16 October 2006

Last week I ran a seminar for the Eurodesk AISBL General Assembly and Eurodesk Network Meeting, which was being held in Budapest. The event took place in Budapest's European Youth Centre.

My contribution was billed with my own description, that I would be:

talking to them and running exercises to help them develop their understanding of reaching out to a youthful internet audience, on building an international web presence, and in utilising user-centred design principles to improve their online offering.

The session lasted for three-and-a-half hours, so I won't be putting the presentation online as it is really quite lengthy. If you want to check out the kind of material I was presenting then it re-used slides from several of my previously published articles, notably 'Building An Effective Web Presence In A Large Organisation', and 'Managing 'Glue' at the BBC'

The resources used or mentioned during the presentation are available at, which was an idea I got from Brian Kelly, and there are pictures of the conference tagged eurodesk2006 on Flickr.


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