About the IT Resources Section
The IT Resources area has been set up to support Morris Federation sides and the wider morris and traditional dance communities in making use of online and other IT services to support their marketing and promotion, communications, archiving and related activities.
This area was launched at the Morris Federation AGM on 25 September 2021.
The following Advisory Documents are available:
|1||Governance of Online Systems||2 Aug 2021|
|2||Digital Preservation: Using the WayBack Machine||2 Aug 2021|
|3||Digital Preservation: Submitting Your Website to the UK Web Archive||2 Aug 2021|
|4||Setting Up a Google Business Profile||2 Aug 2021|
|5||Updating Your Morris Federation Teamfinder Profile||3 Aug 2021|
|6||Checking Key Links TO Your Website||20 Aug 2021|
|7||Editing Wikipedia Articles||29 Sep 2021|
|8||Creating a Wikipedia Article||1 Oct 2021|
|9||Publishing Images on Wikimedia Commons||6 Oct 2021|
|10||Publishing Videos on Wikimedia Commons||7 Oct 2021|
|Zoom Beyond the Basics||Available shortly|
|0||About the Case Studies||17 Aug 2021|
|1||Wyld Morris IT Developments||2 Aug 2021|
|2||Northgate Rapper on Facebook||6 Sep 2021|
|3||Adderbury Morris Men’s IT Developments||7 Sep 2021|
|4||Rampant Rooster Morris Dancers IT Developments||24 Sep 2021|
|5||Using Jamulus to Play With Other Musicians Over The Internet In Real Time||2 Oct 2021|
|0||About the Surveys||17 Aug 2021|
|1||Survey: Use of YouTube||17 Aug 2021|
|2||Survey: Use of Twitter||18 Aug 2021|
|3||Survey: Use of Instagram||18 Aug 2021|
|4||Survey: Use of TikTok||10 Sep 2021|
|5||Survey: Wikipedia Articles About Morris and Traditional Dance||10 Sep 2021|
|6||Survey: Searching Wikimedia Commons||19 Sep 2021|
|7||Survey: Browsing Wikimedia Commons Categories||6 Oct 2021|
We welcome feedback on the IT resources. We also welcome suggestions for other IT-related topics which could be included. You can either:
- Complete the IT Resources feedback form
- Send a message using the Contact Us form (select the IT Resources option in the Enquiry Type section)
Who Can Use These Resources?
The resources are freely available for use by all; access is not restricted to members of the Morris Federation.
Note the resources are available at stable URLs, which means you can link to the documents and share the link addresses knowing that the links should remain stable.
Most of the resources are available under a Creative Commons attribution (CC-BY) licence which means that you can freely amend, copy and distribute the resources provided acknowledgments are given.
This section of the Morris Federation website is maintained by Brian Kelly, Communications and IT volunteer
Page last updated: 25 Oct 2021