CS urged to use online tools

Civil servants have been urged by the Government Digital Service to use more online tools such as Twitter, SurveyMonkey and LinkedIn.


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By Winnie.Agbonlahor

03 Apr 2014

The group email, sent on Friday, links to Cabinet Office guidance featuring a list of 14 online tools, and urges people to “try at least one”.

Other tools include Storify, which can “allow you to collect, organise and present information to a wide audience” and Slideshare, which “lets you browse other people’s presentations”.

The page also features video messages by civil service head Sir Bob Kerslake, who calls on people to “take the time to improve your digital skills”, and Mike Bracken, executive director of digital in the Cabinet Office, who states that “we want to get all civil servants working better digitally”.

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