The General Election is coming to Singapore soon, and you have something to say about it!
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]