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This presentation focuses on the ways Saskatchewan in motion works to connect to the movement and how in motion facilitates communication between members of the provincial physical activity movement.

This presentation focuses on the ways Saskatchewan in motion works to connect to the movement and how in motion facilitates communication between members of the provincial physical activity movement.

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  • Keeping the movement connected is critical to the success of Saskatchewan in motion . Never before has “staying connected” been so easy to do! In motion uses a combination of traditional communication and social media tools to create partnerships, connect to experts, share knowledge and expertise, tell stories and keep everyone informed of the latest research.
  • The voice of the in motion movement is much more powerful when we are all saying the same things. Our key messages are: Children and youth require 60 minutes of physical activity every day and more is better. Less than 15% of Saskatchewan children are meeting national physical activity guidelines. Increasing physical activity for our children and youth requires a shared approach between communities, schools and families.
  • In motion uses a variety of methods to stay in touch and connect the movement. Some examples include... newsletters, e-news briefs, the website, facebook, twitter and other interactive social media tools.
  • Visit saskatchewaninmotion.ca to sign up for newsletters, e-news briefs and the RSS feed.
  • To better support the movement, in motion has revamped their website to make it interactive, quick and easy to find content. The forum has been revitalized and every page on the site is “comment ready” so you can leave feedback and thoughts on the content you have viewed. There are also tons of great tools and resources that are ready for download. An example of this is the new Daily Physical Activity Manual. And remember, the website address is still the same - saskatchewaninmotion.ca. In case you didn’t catch that it’s written at the bottom of every slide.
  • Let’s take a closer look at the forum... Saskatchewan in motion really wants to increase the dialogue about physical activity. The forum was created so that people can “sound off” about physical activity in either a positive or negative way. It’s also a place where people can ask questions or just read about what others have to say.
  • The in motion Generation Action Youth Blog is a great way to read about what is going on with the movement. For example... Kenji is Saskatchewan in motion ’ s youth mentor and the connection to the youth of the province. She engages youth through her blog, twitter, facebook and by attending events like the Student Leadership Conference, an annual meeting of Saskatchewan’s high school student leaders.
  • Saskatchewan in motion uses facebook as a tool to connect with a variety of different audiences. Facebook is used to start conversations, promote initiatives and to let the public know what events are coming up.
  • Saskatchewan in motion uses twitter in a similar way to facebook but the twitter audience is very different. On twitter, in motion is able to interact with significantly more individuals and groups. In motion tweets (i.e. sends out little messages) to twitter followers several times a day. The tweets allow in motion staff to share new resources, great ideas, experiences, expertise and key findings from the people or organizations they are following.
  • Saskatchewan in motion uses YouTube to share their TV commercials and videos from events like the Youth Summit or Flash Mobs. Check out the Saskatchewan in motion YouTube Chanel at http://www.youtube.com/saskatchewaninmotion.
  • In motion also uses SlideShare to share their latest power point presentations. These presentations are available for the public to download or comment on. Check them out at www.slideshare.net/saskinmotion.

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  • 1. Connect www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca
    • Communication
    • Collaborative action
  • 2. Communicating Consistent Messages www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca
    • Children and youth require 60 minutes of physical activity every day and more is better.
    • Less than 15% of Saskatchewan children are meeting national physical activity guidelines.
    • Increasing physical activity for our children and youth requires a shared approach among communities, schools and families.
  • 3. Communication www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca
      • Newsletters and e-news briefs
      • Website
      • Interactive social media tools
  • 4. In motion Commotion newsletter www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca
  • 5. New Website www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca
  • 6. Website Forum www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca
  • 7. Generation Action Youth Blog www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca
  • 8. www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca Saskatchewan in motion Facebook Fan Page
  • 9. www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca twitter
  • 10. YouTube www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca http://www.youtube.com/saskatchewaninmotion
  • 11. Slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/saskinmotion www.saskatchewaninmotion.ca