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Oregon Disability MegaConference: Getting Social: Using Social Media to Connect, Communicate, and Network Regardless of Ability/Disability
 

Oregon Disability MegaConference: Getting Social: Using Social Media to Connect, Communicate, and Network Regardless of Ability/Disability

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  • More than 1100 people with disabilities responded to the survey. The age range was 18-91, with the average age 52. The survey sample included people with all types of disabilities, including sensory, physical, and cognitive disabilities.

Oregon Disability MegaConference: Getting Social: Using Social Media to Connect, Communicate, and Network Regardless of Ability/Disability Oregon Disability MegaConference: Getting Social: Using Social Media to Connect, Communicate, and Network Regardless of Ability/Disability Presentation Transcript

  • Getting Social: Using Social Media to Connect, Communicate, and Network Regardless of Ability/Disability September 29, 2011
  • Topics:
    • Why Did Imagine! Embrace Social Media?
    • Examples of Social Media Use At Imagine!
    • Addressing Concerns
    • Getting Started
  • Why Did Imagine! Embrace Social Media? Dwindling resources
  • Why Did Imagine! Embrace Social Media? Regulatory changes squeezing the life out of our services
  • Why Did Imagine! Embrace Social Media? Increasing demand
  • What Social Media Isn’t (Really)
  • What Social Media Is
  • What Social Media Is January 2010: Twitter had 75 million user accounts, averaged 27 million Tweets per day March 2011: Twitter had 175 million user accounts, averaged 95 million Tweets per day January 2010: Facebook had 350 million active users March 2011: Facebook had 640 million active users (half of which login daily) Source: Econsultancy
  • What Social Media Is According to a recent Wireless RERC (Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center) survey, 63% of people with disabilities use social media Source: Wireless RERC
  • What Social Media Is? “ Web 2.0 tools, practices, and philosophies are now being used by a wide range of organizations, making them more agile, productive, and innovative.” - Andrew McAfee, Enterprise 2.0
  • Examples of Social Media Use at Imagine!: Awareness
  • Examples of Social Media Use at Imagine!: Fundraising
  • Examples of Social Media Use at Imagine!: Enhancing Services
  • Examples of Social Media Use at Imagine!: Consumer Community Involvement
  • Examples of Social Media Use at Imagine!: Consumer Community Involvement
  • Examples of Social Media Use at Imagine!: Consumer Community Involvement
  • Consumer Social Media Use At Imagine!
  • Consumer Social Media Use At Imagine!
  • Addressing Concerns
      • Using Social Media will make our employees less productive – they’ll spend all day talking to their friends!
  • Addressing Concerns
        • b. What about consumer privacy? How do we protect that?
  • Addressing Concerns a. I miss my mom very muchhhhhhhhh b. megan fox's birthday is one day after mine!! pretty awesome c. go yankees knock the dogsox down!! d. we should have like a robot that brings food haha :D
  • Addressing Concerns
        • c. What about consumer internet access?
  • Addressing Concerns
  • Getting Started
    • Four Strategies:
      • Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty!
      • Prepare for the long haul
      • Communicate, educate, evangelize
      • Move tools “into the flow”
  • Questions? Contact: Fred Hobbs [email_address] 720-274-2249