Make it a KNOWvember to remember.



The Knowledge Hub has over 130,000 members, covering public sector employees, schools, health professions, industry partners and knowledge experts.

Many of you are prolific contributors across the Knowledge Hub. You write passionately about your subject area and share and contribute to discussions and content within the groups.

As a team at Knowledge Hub we love to see that happening across the groups and we and many others look forward to the great contributions that you all share everyday.

And it’s exactly because your contributions on Knowledge Hub are so terrific, we’re looking to expand on them.

Today, we are launching KNOWvember on Knowledge Hub - our featured one month long blog programme.  

We already have a successful blogging area on Knowledge Hub.  We’re looking to keep the momentum going with new voices who can write about everything from your profession and the projects you’re involved in to the events you’ve attended recently or the most useful books and articles you’ve read to help with your work.

The details.

We’re looking for 10 (or more!) great Knowledge Hub members to write up to three to four times (it could be less, it could be more - we don’t mind) on Knowledge Hub during November.  

We want you to write about subjects you think are important in your area of work or the great things that you are doing that are making a difference. If it’s important to you, it’s important to us and we want it on Knowledge Hub.


How do you get involved?

If you would like to a part of the KNOWvember program, it’s easy. All you have to do is email with an outline of your blog post ideas. This could just be rough ideas for titles of the blog posts.

Please use the subject line “KNOWvember programme.”

Any questions? Leave a comment on this post or contact us We look forward to your ideas, contributions and content.


What’s in it for you?

In addition to having your blogs available to be read by our community of 130,000, you’ll get:

  • Promotion of your posts across Knowledge Hub and via our social media channels (public blogs only).

  • Promotion of your group(s) if your blog post mentions it.

  • Recognition of your role and profession.

  • Raised awareness of your area of work

  • Comments and discussion from new people outside of your network you could connect with.


What happens next?

We’ll be accepting applications until (26/10/18). Featured contributors will be notified the week of (29/10/18)

Featured contributors will need to begin writing once a week starting the first week of November and will finish by the end of November.


Need some tips and advice on writing blog posts?

During October we will adding a number of blog post providing tips and ideas on how to write blog posts.

We will be updating a list of the content as they go live

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