Polling Day is (apparently) just around the corner, and you must have views about the candidates, the parties, how we can all build a better Singapore, and you have the ultimate tool to share those views: The Internet.
But what can you write / post / tweet / say / share about these issues during an election season, while staying on the “write” side of the law?
Where are the formal / informal / unspoken / official OB markers in the blogosphere?
Come to our Election Blogging and Social Media Workshop and find out from a cutting edge panel of experts listed below
Election Blogging and Social Media Workshop – How to Keep on the “Write” Side of the Law
Date: 29 Aug 2015 Saturday
Venue: Drama Centre (National Library Victoria Street level 5)
This workshop is relevant to you if you are likely to do any of the following during election season:
- Blog / Vlog
- Post on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube any social media
- Share / comment on posts
Register here at http://1drv.ms/1JkjNBW
Dr Ang Peng Hwa, Chairman, Internet Society [profile]
Mr Benjamin Ang, Education Chair, Internet Society Singapore [profile]
On the Singapore Constitution
Mr Jack Lee, Asst Professor of Law, Singapore Management University [profile]
From a Journalism Perspective
Mr P.N. Balji, Senior Consultant for RHT Comms & Relations [profile]