Liz was interviewed on BBC Radio Lancashire with Jane Binnion about the Social Media For Women Conference 2013. You can hear the full programme http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01dj2wp or check out our edited clip of the interview here. All licences held by BBC.
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Liz was interviewed on Chat City on 24th August 213, the morning show on community radio station Preston FM, about the upcoming Social Media for Women Conference 2013.
Hear what the team have in store for participants on the day, who should attend and why the conference came about, by listening to the podcast below.
For more info on the radio station, check out www.preston.fm
00:15:10 minutes (34.73 MB)
Liz recently guest blogged for d2Digital on on the lack of diversity at tech conferences, and how she was going to help redress the balance - http://www.d2digital.co.uk/blog/showcasing-diversity-in-technology-.aspx
Here's a copy of the blog...
Earlier this year, Liz was interviewed for a promotional video about what www.bectu.org.uk (The Broadcasting, Entertainment, Cinematography and Theatre Union) does to support it's members.
Give it a watch...
The Inaugural South Ribble Big Do, a networking event for business, charities and basically anyone with an interest in South Ribble, DigiEnable's Liz Hardwick, was asked to keynote on Digital and Social Media for public sector, third sector and SME businesses at #SRBigDo.
You'll find a copy of the slides from Liz's presentation at the bottom of the page to download.
Check out our Storify of the evening's tweets and photos here...
DigiEnable's Liz recently got asked to speak at the fantastic networking event, Preston Social on Women in Tech.
As there's been lots of talk about gender balance at geek based events recently, Liz though it would be relevant to pose the intro for the debate Quality v Quota.
You can check out the tweets from the event on our Storify link here – http://storify.com/DigiEnable/geeksnotgender-talk-by-tech-geek-girl-prestonsoci
And here’s the slides from Liz’s talk, that will give you a taster of what the talk was inspired by -
Liz was recently ask to write a guest blog post for InfoLab21's BlogSpot column.
"Since opening in 2005 InfoLab21 at Lancaster University has built up a strong reputation as an international Centre of Excellence for research in information and communication technologies and for supporting regional businesses through networking events, workshops and funded ICT programmes."
Liz's blog can be found at http://www.infolab21.lancs.ac.uk/news_and_events/news/blogspot?article_i...
Online or offline it takes time and dedication to build communities and relationships that last.
This was a blog Liz wrote for SoundWomen...
The original blog post can be found at http://www.soundwomen.co.uk/10-years-of-community-radio-and-the-women-wh...
At most broadcast-based conferences women are in a minority, and there’s often just the singular token female speaker; but the Community Media Association (CMA) are setting the bar much higher. On Saturday June 16th the CMA held their annual conference in Bath with an itinerary of inspiring presentations – and women made up 50% of the speakers.
On the 10th February 2012, Liz will be attending this event at The Greenhouse, MediaCity:UK in Salford.
Chosen for the work Liz has been doing with technology and women's networking groups; the story of her struggle back into the visual media industry and going self-employed freelance, Liz will be there on the day to take part as a speaker and be on hand for participants to ask questions and advice on specific issues.