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Parallel session B3: The Economical way to Amplify Your Event facilitated by Marieke Guy and Brian Kelly, UKOLN. Workshop given at Institutional Web Management Workshop 2011, University of Reading ...

Parallel session B3: The Economical way to Amplify Your Event facilitated by Marieke Guy and Brian Kelly, UKOLN. Workshop given at Institutional Web Management Workshop 2011, University of Reading from Tuesday 26th to Wednesday 27th July 2011.

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    B3: The Economical way to Amplify Your Event: How and When? B3: The Economical way to Amplify Your Event: How and When? Presentation Transcript

    • UKOLN is supported by: www.bath.ac.uk This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 licence This excludes images B3: The Economical way to Amplify Your Event How and When? Hash tags:#iwmw11 #b3 Institutional Web Management Workshop 2011 Wednesday 26th July 2011 Marieke Guy and Brian Kelly
      • IWMW – The Institutional Web Management Workshop
      • Running for 15 years
      • Aimed at those involved in the provision of institutional Web services
      • Try to be innovative and experimental
      • Like to look at externally hosted services as well as institution services
      • Increasing number of remote attendees
      • Evaluation is key!
      Case Study: IWMW
      • Canon HG20 and Panasonic NV-GS17
      • Flip Camera, camera phone – short ‘vox pox’ videos
      • Vimeo
      • YouTube
      • Bliptv
      • Twitcam
      • Editing - VideoSpin
      Video It…
    • Video It… http://remoteworker.wordpress.com/2010/11/07/video-spinning/
      • Livestream
      • Livestream for Facebook
      • Bambuser
      • Qik
      • justin.tv
      • Ustream
      • Adobe Connect
      Stream It…
      • In the past have used institution’s facilities for streaming
      • This year experimenting with commercial service
      • Also use Flip Camera, camera phone – short ‘vox pox’ videos
      • Videos on Vimeo & YouTube
      IWMW: Video and Streaming http://www.flickr.com/photos/mindfieldz/3779043156/
      • Audioboo
      • iPadio
      • Internet Archive
      • PodOmatic
      • Audacity
      Podcast It…
    • Snap It…
      • Assign a photographer
      • Get hold of cameras, use hone cameras
      • Flickr
      • Flickr badges
      • UKOLN account and pool
      • Picasa
      • Photos of people, outputs and technology in action
      • Tag it…
      Snap It…
      • Slideshare
      • Slidecast (slides + podcast/audio)
      • Slideshare groups
      • Authorstream – present live
      • Posters - Scribd
      Slide It…
      • Slideshare event, group & account - http://www.slideshare.net/event/iwmw2011/ http://www.slideshare.net/group/iwmw11
      • Slidecasts
      • PPT and Authorstream – present live
      • Posters – Scribd
      • Tagging
      IWMW: Slides
      • #Hashtags
      • Twitter, Tweetdeck, Twitterific, Twitpic
      • Twitterfall, Hootsuite
      • Summarizr
      • iTitle
      • CritterVRE
      • Promotion
      • Twapper Keeper
      Tweet It…
      • IWMW and IWMW Live Twitter accounts
      • Hash tag #iwmw11
      • Hash tags for sessions #p1
      • #remote also used for technical issues
      • Twitterwall – Twitterfall
      IWMW: Twitter
      • IWMW and IWMW Live Twitter accounts
      • Hash tag #iwmw11
      • Hash tags for sessions #p1
      • #remote also used
      • Twitterwall – Twitterfall
      • iTitle on videos
      • Twapper Keeper
      • Summarizr
      • Geolocated tweets
      IWMW: Twitter
    • Blog It…
      • Coverit Live
      • Live Blogging Wordpress plugin
      • Trip reports
      • UKOLN blogs
      • Guest blog posts
      Blog It…
    • IWMW: Blog
      • Elluminate
      • BigBlueButton
      • Gotowebinar
      • Panopto
      • Adobe Connect
      Webinar It…
    • Webinar It…
      • Netvibes
      • Pageflakes
      • Prototype
      • Storify
      • Livebinders
      • Lanyrd
      • Slideshare presentation pack
      • RSS Feeds - OPML
      Collate It…
      • Netvibes, Storify, Lanyrd
      • Slideshare presentation pack
      • RSS Feeds - OPML
      • Ideascale
      • Facebook
      • A few other things…
      • Remote delivery
      • Access grid
      IWMW: Collating
      • Event amplifier
      • Used Wordpress blog, Buddypress, Ning, Wetpaint wiki, media wiki
      • Can use for promotion, engagement, interviews, videos, trailing sessions, online workshops
      • Live Blogging: Cover it Live – remote barcamp
      • Policy for closing services down
      • Statistics
      IWMW: Social Networks
    • 9. Collate It… Eduserv Symposium
      • Email lists, tweet, stick it on your blog and Web page
      • Email dig-lib
      • Facebook
      • Crowd Vine
      • Twitter Archiving
      • Preserving other resources – PoWR
      • Closing down event blogs
      Promote, Share and Archive It…
      • “ One advantage of remote attendance is that key lessons learned are not diluted by travel home. You are right there in your seat of power ready to implement changes. However getting uninterrupted time is very difficult. Perhaps you could set up regional hubs and connect nodes together .”
      • “ Personally after 5 yrs or so in HE I have conference burnout, so remote suits me well.”
      • Supporting both set of attendees – remote and physical
      IWMW: Challenges
      • Any questions?
      Questions?
      • What are the main challenges you face when amplifying events? What concerns do you have?
      • What opportunities could event amplification offer your institution?
      Group Discussion 2