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Thin overview slides used for the "Teaching Citizen Journalism Tools and Techniques to Student-Journalists" presentation at the Citizen & Civic Journalism for Radio: Pedagogy and Possibility session …

Thin overview slides used for the "Teaching Citizen Journalism Tools and Techniques to Student-Journalists" presentation at the Citizen & Civic Journalism for Radio: Pedagogy and Possibility session of the Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, NV, April, 16, 2010.

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  • 1. Teaching Citizen Journalism Tools and Techniques to Student-Journalists Kenny Smith www.kennysmith.org www.twitter.com/kennysmith
  • 2. Social media
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • Few, if any of the other platforms
  • 3.  
  • 4. Twitter stats
    • This week at Chirp:
    • Twitter has 105,779,710 registered users
    • 300,000 new users sign up per day
    • Twitter receives 180 million unique visitors per month
    • 75% of Twitter traffic comes from third-party applications
    • 60% of all tweets come from third-party apps
    • There are 600 million search queries on Twitter per day
    • There are over 100,000 Twitter applications
    • 37% of active Twitter users use their phone to tweet
    • LOC archives
    • http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/just_the_facts_statistics_from_twitter_chirp.php
  • 5. Facebook student stats 36% reported logging on to Facebook every day 21% reported logging on to Facebook several times per day ( Jones, Johnson-Yale, Millermaier, Seoane Perez, 2009)
  • 6. Feast of feeds
    • Yahoo Pipes – an interactive feed aggregator and manipulator. pipes.yahoo.com
    • Wikis – simple web pages that groups, friends, and families can edit together. www.wikispaces.com, et al
    • Twitterfall – view Twitter trends and patterns. Twitterfall.com
    • Delicious – social bookmarks. del.icio.us
  • 7. Local product
    • On the ground coverage
    • Service to community
  • 8. Jeff Jarvis
    • Formerly of advance.net
    • CUNY journalism professor
    • Adviser to many start-ups
    • www.buzzmachine.com
    • Author, What Would Google Do?
    • “ Do what you do best, link to the rest.”
  • 9. Samford Bubble
  • 10. Samford Crimson, SNN, al.com
  • 11. Community Contributions and the Culture of Feedback
    • Audience voice.
    • What does the community know?
    • What troubles them?
    • What question do they wish I’d really asked the county commissioner?
    • Conversation.
  • 12. Departmental Culture
    • Converging a department’s media offerings.
    • Exodus.
    • Day One.
  • 13. Game Changers
    • Cell phone
    • iPad
    • apps
    • Droid
    • Flips
    • Evolving online technologies
  • 14. Tools vs. Arts
    • Winners vs. Losers in teaching to tools and software.
    • The love of learning.
    • The forward thinking of college students.
    • Understanding the need of the tool.
  • 15. The Foundation Stone
    • “Vigorous writing is concise.”
    • “Omit needless words.”
    • Elements of Style
  • 16. The overview given
    • Storytelling
  • 17. Storytelling
    • HOWS
    • WHYS
  • 18. Teaching Citizen Journalism Tools and Techniques to Student-Journalists Kenny Smith www.kennysmith.org www.twitter.com/kennysmith