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If members have any suggestions for resources to add to this page, please contact comms@dacorumsac.org.uk.

Covid-19 advice & guidance

For expedition leaders/trip organisers

Members’ resources

Various club documents are shared with members on Google Drive, to view them you will need a Google account and permission as a current member (contact Andy B). We have created a short Google Drive User Guide.

In the members’ area on Google Drive you will find documents and folders including:

Sending in your images for use on this website

To make it easier for Dacorum Scuba members to share their images of club activities, there is a dedicated Dropbox account for the Comms Officer’s email account.

If you would like to share your images for use on the club website, and social media, there are a few things to think about first.

  • As the creator of an image, you can specify how others can use it. If you don’t, anyone can use and manipulate your image even for commercial use, so precious images should be protected. You can use the Creative Commons licensing system to do this, if you place a text on your picture before publishing it others must respect your instruction.
  • For images of you, Dacorum Scuba asks members to read a photo release form, and hopefully agree that the club can use images of you. The photo release form is available on the club’s Google Drive (see above).
  • Please do not send images of children unless accompanied by a completed photo release form.

If you are happy with the above, please share selected images from club activities using the dropbox account called Kris DacorumScuba Comms.

You don’t need a Dropbox account to share. You can email comms@dacorumsac.org.uk to ask for a File Request email, which contains simple instructions and a link to use for the file transfer. Please include in your initial email to me the basic details (what, when, where, who) of the club activity in the pictures you are planning to send. (If you already have a Dropbox account, you can share a folder with comms@dacorumsac.org.uk)

If all else fails, you can email individual images directly, but email services have a habit of sending low res images that aren’t best for all uses and it can be hard work to download all of your files this way too.

And more…

There are a lot of useful resources on the BSAC website.

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