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    • #btr11 Beyond the Radar Trending WordsTwitterchat transcript: How is social knowledge, social, -, media, twitter,media used for knowledge exchange @s_corker, exchange, @tobyblume,between academic researchers and rt, 2pm, chat, research, join, using,communities academicsEvent Participants
    • Does social media go beyond the radar? http://t.co/IxYmi1dZ Join our final evaluation twitterchat for #btr11 2-3pmWeds 18th @shirleyayres 16-Apr-12 11:20 | commutinyPlease join me 2pm tomorrow and help @3sectorrc learn about using social media for knowledge exchangehttp://t.co/KW7VNmU8 #btr11 17-Apr-12 11:45 | commutinySocial media for action and knowledge exchange? Join twitter chat tomorrow 2pm #btr11 http://t.co/rfDdNgLU 17-Apr-12 12:46 | 3sectorrcRT @3sectorrc: Social media for action and knowledge exchange? Join twitter chat tomorrow 2pm #btr11http://t.co/rfDdNgLU 17-Apr-12 12:49 | MRyanLevBy leveraging social media for impact, #academics can create broader support. http://t.co/ZzZSehsE < Did #btr11work for you? Chat 2pm tmrw 17-Apr-12 14:40 | commutinyHope yall will be joining our final #btr11 twitterchat at 2pm - looking at twitter as a tool for knowledge exchangefrom academic research. 18-Apr-12 11:16 | commutinyReminder of our #btr11 twitter chat at 2pm. Help us evaluate the use of social media for knowledge exchange 18-Apr-12 12:01 | 3sectorrcRT @3sectorrc: Reminder of our #btr11 twitter chat at 2pm. Help us evaluate the use of social media forknowledge exchange #btr11 18-Apr-12 12:27 | amyburnageJust got into our #btr11 TweetChat room ready for our 2pm natter. Join in at: http://t.co/eRVmXp60 #btr11 18-Apr-12 12:30 | amyburnageRT @amyburnage: Just got into our #btr11 TweetChat room ready for our 2pm natter. Join in at:http://t.co/eRVmXp60 #btr11 18-Apr-12 12:31 | commutinyRT @commutiny: Hope yall will be joining our final #btr11 twitterchat at 2pm - looking at twitter as a tool forknowledge exchange from academic research. 18-Apr-12 12:56 | LadyLoweMore than 60 tweeters have taken part in #btr11 over the last 6 months, final session starts in 1 minute!https://t.co/h2xGugOi 18-Apr-12 12:59 | commutinyDoes social media offer suitable opportunities for knowledge exchange? Chat starts now! Introduce yourselvesnow using #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:01 | commutinyIntro: Ive been social reporting for @3sectorrcs Below the Radar project since the online element wasintroduced last July #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:02 | commutinyHello Im Amy, a phd student at Birmingham Uni & have been working with @3sectorrc since 2010. Im part of thebtr11 evaluation team! #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:04 | amyburnage
    • Cor, everyone seems to be stumped! Or busy elsewhere. Lets move on...#btr11 18-Apr-12 13:21 | commutinyQ2: Which social media platforms are good for knowledge exchange between academics and communities?#btr11 18-Apr-12 13:22 | commutiny.@commutiny: "Does s/m offer opps for knowledge exchange?" #btr11 < Rather - what does it take for s/m to beused well ... context, support 18-Apr-12 13:23 | davidwilcoxRT @commutiny: Q2: Which social media platforms are good for knowledge exchange between academics andcommunities? #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:25 | 3sectorrc.@davidwilcox Thats a yes then? Were looking for experiences & examples then get into the how. #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:26 | commutiny@3sectorrc have used blog comments, webinars, twitter chats - what works for you and why? #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:26 | amyburnageI have used twitter, webinars, blogs forums like #oursociety #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:29 | LadyLoweWelcome @LadyLowe @s_corker Tell us about your experiences of using socmed for knowledge exchange,especially with academic centres #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:30 | commutinyI guess what works well depends on who you are trying to work with/do #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:30 | LadyLowe.@commutiny "what works" depends on what for, with whom, in what context, against what timescale ... #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:31 | davidwilcox.@commutiny Im currently favouring purposeful explorations mixing online and off e.g. http://t.co/uZ0xlgOR#btr11 18-Apr-12 13:33 | davidwilcoxWhoops #btr11! Yes - Twitter and webinars are great. Im also an advocate of linkedin and slideshare forknowledge sharing. 18-Apr-12 13:34 | s_corker@commutiny the answer to that must surely be based on the platforms that academics & communities alreadyuse #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:34 | tobyblume.@s_corker Check out http://t.co/dW9852oB theres a signposting blog for all the events. Did you get to any ofthem? #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:36 | commutinyRT @LadyLowe: I have used twitter, webinars, blogs forums like #oursociety #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:36 | SofiaCrawford
    • @amyburnage @LadyLowe @s_corker errrrr.....no, not really - not tended to find many academic centresengaging on #socmed platforms #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:46 | tobyblume@commutiny #btr11 no - tho do tend to dip in & out...though have had some interesting exchanges (which maycount as better connections) 18-Apr-12 13:47 | tobyblume@tobyblume why do you think that is? #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:47 | amyburnage@amyburnage because even more progressive ones see #socmed mainly as tool for broadcast. tho there aresome individual exceptions #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:48 | tobyblume@amyburnage exchange would imply give&take. Ive found useful info via s/m (& hopefully shared some too)though not at same time #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:48 | s_corkercant say new. but I think the event with NatCan helped some others understand online better. #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:49 | LadyLowe.@LadyLowe You mean the comments based discussion? "What motivates people to act?" http://t.co/Ae3HFqjd#btr11 18-Apr-12 13:51 | commutinycurrent bugbear...@LSEImpactBlog had guide to using #socmed for research but failed _totally_ to see it as atool for research #btr11 *sigh* 18-Apr-12 13:52 | tobyblume@tobyblume so why do you think these individuals work? and who are they?! whats exceptional about them?#btr11 18-Apr-12 13:53 | amyburnagethe guide to using twitter in research from the @LSEImpactBlog i referred to in my last tweet is herehttp://t.co/fxgrrvJY #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:55 | tobyblumeQ4: Have you learned or used anything from the Below the Radar research? #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:56 | commutiny@s_corker how do you feel you sit between academia and community groups? how should information sharingbe handled between them? #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:57 | amyburnage@commutiny yes.That was the one #btr11 18-Apr-12 13:57 | LadyLowe.@commutiny Q4 #btr11 highlights informality of groups + use of s/m may differ fm bigger orgs + institns.Personal <-> more managed? 18-Apr-12 14:05 | davidwilcox@amyburnage hmmm... @peterjohn10 deserves an honourable mention - worth reading his posthttp://t.co/FGVWtI96 also on @LSEImpactBlog #btr11 18-Apr-12 14:06 | tobyblume
    • @tobyblume I agree, my concerns would relate to issues of informed consent when looking at content/ otherpeoples conversations #btr11 18-Apr-12 14:14 | s_corker@tobyblume narratives (tweets) have their own value, particularly for hard to reach groups. #btr11 18-Apr-12 14:14 | amyburnageOK looks like were done. Thanks @amyburnage @LadyLowe @tobyblume @davidwilcox @s_corker@SofiaCrawford for your tweets :-) #btr11 18-Apr-12 14:23 | commutiny@s_corker but conversations held in public arent private...you want a private conversation take it onto yammer#btr11 18-Apr-12 14:23 | tobyblume@commutiny Still trying to work that out myself. Asking the right questions in the first place #btr11https://t.co/rPxZC4CM 18-Apr-12 14:24 | s_corker@amyburnage yup *nods*...though if youre on twitter youre hardly hard to reach ;) #btr11 18-Apr-12 14:24 | tobyblumeThanks to @tobyblume @LadyLowe @tobyblume @davidwilcox @s_corker @SofiaCrawford for comments Seehttp://t.co/Z2cjMUXC for more on #btr11 18-Apr-12 14:29 | amyburnageThank you for participating. #btr11 18-Apr-12 14:30 | 3sectorrc@willperrin Maybe Eileen Conns energy-matter distn of groups-orgs helps undrstnd how s/m plays in diff circshttp://t.co/fJfGfheK #btr11 18-Apr-12 14:47 | davidwilcox@commutiny And Ive been very grateful that you did it! Sorry I couldnt join #btr11 chat today 18-Apr-12 15:30 | dosticenCatching up on Below the Radar work - "What motivates people to act?" #btr11 http://t.co/VMpYxni7http://t.co/JrPt8cFU http://t.co/DAnZ00Rv 18-Apr-12 18:26 | caseymorrisonThanks @caseymorrison @dosticen for catching up with #btr11. Please add your thoughts, will archive the chaton Friday http://t.co/tZuyoBGL 18-Apr-12 18:42 | commutinyRT @tobyblume: @s_corker but conversations held in public arent private...you want a private conversation takeit onto yammer #btr11 18-Apr-12 19:04 | CreativeCripRT @tobyblume: @s_corker but conversations held in public arent private...you want a private conversation takeit onto yammer #btr11 18-Apr-12 19:10 | RiseUpUK@commutiny @caseymorrison @dosticen will there be a report on this stream of discussion somewhere? Ihavent been able to follow it. #btr11 18-Apr-12 19:50 | PeckhamVision