A number of the presentersat Open for Business: the IIA Annual Conference, which took place last Thursday May 12th, have made their presentations available online. There are a number available in the resources section of our own site and some others are here below.
- Dylan Collins has shared an edited transcript of his address on his blog.
- Open Government & Fingal Open Data – Presentation to Irish Internet Association 12th May 2011View more presentations from Fingal Open Data
- The Smart Future – An Amárach Research Report
View more presentations from Amárach Research
- You’ll also find Georgina Bowe’s presentation on eircom group’s Social Media Strategy from the Social Media Breakout session online here. Well worth a look.
Also the IIA Social Media Working Group made a rough recording of their session. Many thanks again to Populis for sponsoring this session.
I spent Friday morning listening to and uploading the podcasts of the plenary and question & answer sessions of the IIA Congress. I finally feel I know what you are all talking about! You can download them and subscribe to the podcast here: http://www.iia.ie/resources/podcast/
The podcasts were kindly and appropriately sponsored by the straight-talking online bank RaboDirect.
These are available to all. The accompanying presentations are available to members and delegates only.
I am back in the IIA HQ after last week’s Congress. So far we have been receiving positive feedback . We really appreciate all kinds of feedback so if you didn’t manage to fill out your feedback form on the day please email comments/ queries to email@example.com. Or you can, of course, comment below!
I found the whole experience invaluable and was delighted to meet nearly all of the over 300 delegates. I had spoken to some of you on the phone, via email or here on the blog but it is always nice to put a face to a voice. I mentioned to some of you that you would be more than welcome to guest blog: if you are interested please email me or leave a comment.
The only drawback to being an organiser is that I missed all of the presentations and breakout sessions. Thankfully Talking Voices were there again to record all and these recordings will be available as podcasts soon. Watch this space!
All of the presentations are available on the IIA website already so if you’ll excuse me, I have some reading to do! You will need to log in to get access to this content. If you were a delegate but you are not a member we have made arrangements for access for a month. Please email me to get a username and password.