Maura.fujieh
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Maura.fujieh

on

  • 12,622 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
12,622
Views on SlideShare
12,622
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Maura.fujieh Maura.fujieh Presentation Transcript

  • 21st Century Connections: Making Sense of Social Media Maura Fujieh, PMP Ames Research Centermaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 1 Used with Permission
  • Agenda• Intro to Social Media• Relevance for Projects• Three NASA Social Media Examples• References and Resources – Setting up NASA social media applicationsmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 2
  • Agenda• Intro to Social Media – What is “social media” – Social media terms that you’ve heard• Relevance for Projects• Three NASA Social Media Examples• References and Resources – Setting up NASA social media applicationsmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 3
  • What is “media”?CD DVD BroadcastingDigital media Mass media Disk drives Newspapers “Tools used to store Text + and deliver Audio + information or data”1. Multi-media Images + Video +radio TV set BillboardsElectronic media 1 From Wikipedia Advertising media Cell phone Web banners Infomercial maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 4
  • What is “social media”? Ability to Time lag reach a between large “create” and audience “Collection of technologies “view” window is (internet-based smallwith applications) that allowlittleeffort the rapid creation and exchange of Ability to user-generated Content can be accessed “create content”1. via search, and edit” is widely link or tag 1 From Wikipedia accessible maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 5
  • Are there kinds of “social media”?Communication Reviews & Opinions Collection of technologies (internet-based applications) that allow the rapid Multi-Media creation and exchange of user- generated content1.Collaboration 1 From Wikipedia Entertainmentmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 6
  • Social media is communicationCommunication Reviews & Opinions Collection of technologies (internet-based applications) that allow the rapid Multi-Media creation and exchange of user- generated content1.Collaboration 1 From Wikipedia Entertainmentmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 7
  • Social media is collaborationCommunication Reviews & Opinions Collection of technologies (internet-based applications) that allow the rapid Multi-Media creation and exchange of user- generated content1.Collaboration 1 From Wikipedia Entertainmentmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 8
  • And “Reviews & Opinions”Communication Reviews & Opinions Collection of technologies (internet-based applications) that allow the rapid Multi-Media creation and exchange of user- generated content1.Collaboration 1 From Wikipedia Entertainmentmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 9
  • And “Multi-Media”Communication Reviews & Opinions Collection of technologies (internet-based applications) that allow the rapid Multi-Media creation and exchange of user- generated content1.Collaboration 1 From Wikipedia Entertainmentmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 10
  • And “EntertainmentCommunication Reviews & Opinions Collection of technologies (internet-based applications) that allow the rapid Multi-Media creation and exchange of user- generated content1.Collaboration 1 From Wikipedia Entertainmentmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 11
  • Today’s Focus is …Communication Reviews & Opinions Collection of technologies (internet-based applications) that allow the rapid Multi-Media creation and exchange of user- generated content1.Collaboration 1 From Wikipedia Entertainmentmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 12
  • Agenda• Intro to Social Media• Relevance for Projects – Is there an interest in NASA social media? – What’s the benefit for projects? For people?• Three NASA Social Media Examples• References and Resources – Setting up NASA social media applicationsmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 13
  • Is there any interest in NASA Social Media?maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 14
  • Interest in NASA Social Media? NASA is actively twittering The combined statistics for all 52 accounts here are: • 1,881,825 followers • 90,507 posts or “tweets” Visit a directory of NASA’s social media sites at http://www.nasa.gov/connect Statistics compiled 11/22/09 from http://www.nasa.gov/connectmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 15
  • Interest in NASA Social Media? NASA is using Facebook 116,247 people follow NASA on these 30 Facebook accounts. Visit a directory of NASA’s social media sites at http://www.nasa.gov/connectmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 Statistics compiled 11/22/09 from 16 http://www.nasa.gov/connect
  • Interest in NASA Social Media? NASA is actively blogging • 27 active “external” blogs • Longest - June 6th 2007 • Most prolific – 103 posts Visit a directory of NASA’s external blogs at http://blogs.nasa.gov Statistics compiled 11/22/09 from http://www.nasa.gov/connectmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 17
  • What’s the Benefit? What value does social media provide? For Projects For People Social media tools provide Social media tools provide allNASA authors with additional users with platforms to platforms for audience customize and consolidate engagement information displaymaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 18
  • Agenda• Relevance for projects• Intro to Social Media• Three NASA social media examples – NASA on Twitter – NASA on Facebook – NASA Blogs• References and Resources – Setting up NASA social media applicationsmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 19
  • Twitter Twitter incorporated• Often called “micro-blogging” as a company in May 2007• Similar to “Instant Messenger”• Message length is limited to 140 characters (spaces and punctuation count)• Twitter posts (or “tweets”) are public or private – Real-time posts in reverse chronological order• Users control incoming information displaymaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 20
  • http://twitter.com/nasaA series of short messages, which may include links, listed in reverse chronological order Ability to reach a large audience (rapidly)maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 21
  • Why Join Twitter?• Consolidate – information comes to me rather than making me search for it.• Customize – I choose to receive only information that’s important to me.• Time Sensitize – show me the most recent data “on top”.• Reference – additional information is available via simple “clicks” on a URL link.maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 22
  • Twitter allows users to do a custom consolidation of incoming and outgoing communicationmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 23
  • Twitter allows users to do a custom consolidation of incoming and outgoing communicationmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 24
  • Twitter allows users to do a custom consolidation of incoming and outgoing communicationmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 25
  • Twitter allows users to do a custom consolidation of incoming and outgoing communicationmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 26
  • What’s Twitter’s Benefit … What value does this social media provide? For Projects For People• Rapid means to provide • Consolidated summary ofshort updates to a large real-time news posts fromcommunity with little effort. your news sources.• Posts or “tweets” are text • Tweets are broadcastonly. [Limited ability to add widely. [Limited ability toURL links.] customize posts to audience.] maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 27
  • Agenda• Relevance for projects• Intro to Social Media• Three NASA social media examples – NASA on Twitter – NASA on Facebook – NASA Blogs• References and Resources – Setting up NASA social media applicationsmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 28
  • Facebook The Facebook website launched in February 2004• Users create web-based profiles – Profiles are personal or group-based (NASA)• Facebook posts (or “status updates”) can be public or private – Posts accumulate comments from other users• Facebook posts are multi-media; e.g., website links, videos, pictures, text.• Users control incoming information display by using filters and changing display settingsmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 29
  • Facebook profiles can be for a group Facebook posts can include text, URL links … and user commentsmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 30
  • Facebook posts can include videomaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 31
  • maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 32
  • maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 33
  • Users control information display using filtersmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 34
  • maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 35
  • Users maintain the ability to temporarily or permanently “hide” updates from an information source Users maintain the ability to click through to get additional informationmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 36
  • What’s Facebook’s Benefit … What value does this social media provide? For Projects For People• Easy way to post multi-media • Consolidated summary ofinformation to a large multi-media information fromaudience. customized sources.• Posts do not require more • Users can easily directthan a few sentences. comments to their audience. maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 37
  • Agenda• Relevance for projects• Intro to Social Media• Three NASA social media examples – NASA on Twitter – NASA on Facebook – NASA Blogs• References and Resources – Setting up NASA social media applicationsmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 38
  • Blogs On-line diaries began around 1994, “weblog” in 1997,• Web-based collection of posts “blog” in 1999• Blog posts are public, but IT networks may limit accessibility (eg internal to JSC only) – Posts accumulate comments from other users• Blog posts can be multi-media; website links, videos, pictures, text.• Users navigate to a single blog. They do not control incoming information display.maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 39
  • Where are the NASA blogs? http://blogs.nasa.govmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 40
  • Ability to tag blog posts so that these “articles” can be associated with categoriesmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 41
  • Blog authors can post easily Ability for authors and readers to edit content easily and rapidlymaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 42
  • Blog readers comment … Readers may or may not agree with you!maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 43
  • maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 44
  • What’s the Benefit of a Blog … What value does this social media provide? For Projects For People• NASA authors can share • Users can add theirtheir experience easily with comments to an author’s postothers. or electronic “article”.• Blog format supports longer • Users can easily read other“article-style” posts. “posts” by an author on similar topics. maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 45
  • Why NASA Blogs … http://blogs.nasa.govmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 46
  • NASA’s Bloggers on Blogging • Learn and demonstrate the• NASA CIO value of Web 2.0 – Linda Cureton technologies.• JSC Advanced • Communicate the issues Planning Office and activities related to IT transformation. – Steven González• LCROSS Flight • Learn to do the things that matter in my role as CIO. Director – Paul Tompkins • Provide a means for people to know the “real me”.maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 47
  • NASA’s Bloggers on Blogging BLOG GOAL: Share Center• NASA CIO Director’s strategic direction – Linda Cureton with the JSC community.• JSC Advanced “After our office was Planning Office supporting him for 2 years on the strategy of the Center, we – Steven González found that many employees at• LCROSS Flight the Center had not heard his vision or the insights that we Director were providing to the Senior – Paul Tompkins Leadership team.”maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 48
  • NASA’s Bloggers on Blogging “The biggest benefit has been• NASA CIO the positive feedback from the – Linda Cureton employees. They have appreciated hearing about the• JSC Advanced activities at the Senior Planning Office Leadership level. – Steven González It has opened a dialogue,• LCROSS Flight especially with the Next Generation and it has Director provided us insight with some – Paul Tompkins of the perspectives of the employees.”maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 49
  • NASA’s Bloggers on Blogging BLOG GOAL: What it means• NASA CIO to be a Flight Director, and to – Linda Cureton portray what it’s like to be a part of the team actually• JSC Advanced operating the spacecraft. Planning Office “I was committed to having – Steven González LCROSS be more than an• LCROSS Flight adventure lived through the standard media reports. Director I had never written a blog – Paul Tompkins before …”maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 50
  • NASA’s Bloggers on Blogging The biggest benefit to the• NASA CIO public, in my view, was to – Linda Cureton involve people in the decision making process we had to go• JSC Advanced through during the mission. Planning Office I continue blogging “to make – Steven González sure LCROSS is accurately• LCROSS Flight and fairly portrayed.” ... “I also continue to want to Director express my passion for space – Paul Tompkins exploration. “maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 51
  • Agenda• Relevance for projects• Intro to Social Media• Three NASA social media examples• References and Resources – GSA applications with approved “Terms of Service” for government use – Use GSA site to request NASA accounts – NASA POC to request social media accountsmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 52
  • NASA use of Social MediaNASA has signed Terms ofService agreements withmany social media providersincluding Flicker, Facebook,YouTube and Twitter.If you use these tools forofficial agencycommunications, you mustgo to http://apps.gov andregister.NASA Point of Contact isBrian Dunbar (HQ). maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 53
  • Thank you very much http://share.nasa.gov/ teams/arc/pmcmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 54
  • Back-Upmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 55
  • NASA use of Social Media• NASA has signed Terms of Service (TOS) agreements with this social media providers: Flicker, USStream, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. That means we are legally covered to use these tools as official agency communications. To register a channel, go to http://apps.gov and follow the procedures.• If you’re going to use these tools as official agency communications, you must use the apps.gov process to be covered by the agency TOS. The reason you can’t simply agree to the standard TOS these companies provide — though we all have in the past -- is that most of them have clauses that commit the federal government to things none of us can legally commit it to, e.g., being subject to state courts or indemnifying the company. Using the NASA TOS will also get ads removed from the channels we use.• NASA Point of Contact is Brian Dunbar (HQ). He is the NASA representative to Federal Web Manager’s Council.maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 56
  • maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 57
  • NASA Point of Contact is Brian Dunbar (HQ)maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 58
  • For great information on social media at NASA, see http://www.nasa.gov/connectmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 59
  • maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 60
  • maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 61
  • How do I display information? Users control information display by using “follow” featuremaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 62
  • How do I locate information?maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 63
  • User posts can include: • text • pictures • video or • URL linksmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 64
  • Users control type and amount of outgoing Facebook informationmaura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 65
  • maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 66
  • maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 67
  • maura.fujieh@nasa.gov February 2010 68