I’m pleased to announce the release of a revamped and updated Web Guide. The purpose of the Web Guide is to help agencies manage their online presence and understand their relevant legal and policy obligations in this space. The site replaces the previous Web Publishing Guide, which was launched in May 2007.
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One of the issues raised at the focus group we held a while back was that our users want information which is relevant to them. They want to find and make use of it quickly, without barriers. Our stats show us users tend to come with a purpose and want to fulfil it quickly:
“This guide [...]
We always intended this blog to have a dual purpose. First and foremost, it’s an online engagement tool used to keep in touch with people interested in the redevelopment of the Web Publishing Guide. But, importantly, the blog is also meant to provide lessons and examples about blogging for Australian Government agencies interested in setting [...]
In 2008, the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (DBCDE) hosted a two week trial blog seeking consultation on “thoughts and ideas about the digital economy”. Over the two weeks ten posts were made, either by a ‘blog team’ or the Minister. The blog attracted over 1500 comments, with a number raising the [...]
Many of the visitors to this blog would also be aware of the work of the Government 2.0 Taskforce, and the issues they’re attempting to address.
There are some topics that are outside the taskforce’s terms of reference that we are aiming to develop new guidance on in the coming months, including:
Using third-party hosted web services [...]
At the risk of being overly self-referential, we thought our visitors might benefit from observing the workings behind this blog (even though the blog is offering a chance for visitors to observe the workings behind the project).
As stated on our about page, this blog’s content is produced by several authors from the review team, with [...]