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Been part in a Digital Commonwealth workshop in a school or a community setting? Or perhaps you have attended, captured and documented a Commonwealth event in your area –  such as the Queens Baton Relay or an activity as part of the Cultural programme Culture 2014. Perhaps you’ve ran an event to celebrate the Games, or reflect on the significance of 2014 for Scotland as a whole. Your stories, your digital content, it’s important to us.

If you think your story and content fits with the principles and themes of the project and you want to share it with the rest of the Digital Commonwealth community, you can do so doing the following:

1) Write a blog post, explaining any embedded footage (such as video or audio) that you have made in the text, include links to other websites or posts that you have used and let us know where you are. You can submit your blog post in the below form, or email to share@digitalcommonwealth.co.uk where we will work with you to produce the story to be shared on this site.

2) Upload video, audio or pictures to a site such as YouTube, AudioBoo or Flickr and tag your content with “Digital Commonwealth” or #digCW2014 for us to see it. You can also submit your content to our Flickr group here. Use the form below, contact us on Twitter @DigCw2014 or email share@digitalcommonwealth.co.uk to let us know that you have done this. We will promote and add your content to our project channels.

3) Use your own website or blog to write a post, including any embedded materials and let us know where it is. We are collecting links to all stories that can connect to the themes and principles of the project. Let us know when you are done by including a link below or emailing it to us share@digitalcommonwealth.co.uk

4) Promote, share and advocate. Read other people’s posts, ask others to contribute – no story is too small.

Help us build the largest collection of citizen-led stories around a major event by including your content from 2014 on our site, now over to you.

Comments or questions are welcome.

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