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notes for poster session at the Southern Region Program and Staff Development Conference, October 2007

notes for poster session at the Southern Region Program and Staff Development Conference, October 2007

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  • Social Networking Poster Session 2007 Southern Region Program & Staff Development Conference October 23, 2007 Anne Adrian [email_address] http://blog.aafromaa.com
  • Notes
    • The poster: www.aafromaa.com/PSDOnLineCommunities.pdf
    • This presentation: www.slideshare.net/aafromaa/ PSDOnLineCommunities
    • This document in Acrobat www.aafromaa.com/PSDOnLineCommunities .pdf
    • The ideas will be posted on the wiki http://collaborate.extension.org/
      • Need flexibility
    Online communities, because you …
      • Work outside of the office
      • Have communication failures
      • Have email overload
      • Don’t know it all
      • Are unable to keep up
      • Need to work together
      • Need to include industry, clients, and colleagues
  • Through online communities, you …
      • Learn
      • Communicate
      • Influence
      • Relate
      • Build professional reputations
      • Read, watch, and observe
      • Enhance learning and professional development opportunities
      • Provide better quality services and products
      • Build relationships
    • Online communities are about sharing …
      • Work
      • Knowledge
      • Information
      • Interests
      • Experiences
      • Opinions
      • Picture uploaded by kate e. did from http://www.flickr.com/photos/katej/1009004985/ Share, Remix, Attribution. Noncommercial, Share Alike.
  • Technologies Blogging Keep clients informed Develop stronger relationships Share knowledge Provide mechanism for feedback Keep connected with colleagues, industry and clientele Build professional reputation Enterprise blogs Blogger Bloglines Wordpress
  • Technologies Collaboration Create better products by including others Google docs & presentations Wikis Enterprise wikis collaborate.eXtension.org
  • Technologies Resource Sharing Share: Photos Flickr Videos YouTube Presentations SlideShare
  • Technologies
      • del.icio.us
      • Diigo
    Social Bookmarking Share web content for information and reference Share what you’re reading Have access to bookmarks anywhere
  • Technologies Virtual Worlds Share products and learn interactively Second Life
  • Technologies Social Networks Relate, connect and share interests eXtension People people.extension.org/community (testing) Facebook LinkedIn MySpace Ning
  • Technologies Instant Messaging AIM MSN [email_address] Enterprise IM What are you doing? Twitter Jaiku Text Messaging Presence Technologies Communicate what you are doing Know what others are doing Start (& end) impromptu discussions Find out quick answers to questions
  • Getting Started Most important step: Efficient & exponential
    • Get a News Reader
    • Bring changing web content to one place.
      • “How to use a news reader”
      • http://blog.aafromaa.com/2007/05/
      • YouTube video ”RSS in Plain English”
  • Getting Started
    • 2. Seek
    • Find pertinent blogs.
    • Watch for the RSS logo.
    • Search Google Reader— select “Add subscription”, type a topic.
    • Search Technorati for blogs by topic.
        • Beth Kanter explains Technorati in an eXtension web conference http://connect.extension.iastate.edu/p79691970/
    • Browse a few suggestions for Extension professionals: www.pageflakes.com/aadrian
  • Getting Started
    • Lurk
        • Read blogs through a news reader ( Google Reader ).
        • Make your news reader
    • ( Google Reader or iGoogle your homepage).
    • Picture was uploaded by nutmeg66 and found http://www.flickr.com/photos/rachel_s/650489414/ Share, No derivatives
  • Getting Started
    • 4. Converse
    • Get involved—learn by doing.
    • Comment on blogs and/or start blogging.
    • “ How to comment like a king (or queen!)” http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/2006/08/
        • Picture from sbgivens found http://www.flickr.com/photos/bgivens/11131446/
        • Attribute, Share, Noncommercial, No derivatives
  • Getting Started 5. Share Use social bookmarking to share useful blogs and pages, (i.e. del.icio.us or Diigo ) eXtension social bookmarking web conferences is a good starting point for del.icio.us YouTube video “Social Bookmarking in Plain English” . Diigo is used as the example. Picture uploaded by ryancr from http://www.flickr.com/photos/ryanr/142455033/ Share, Remix, Attribute, Noncommercial.
  • Getting Started
    • Join a social networking site.
      • Facebook * LinkedIn
      • Ning MySpace
      • people.extension.org /community (testing)
    • Try at least 1 presence technology.
      • Instant Messaging:
      • eXtension Jabber*
      • Enterprise IM
      • AIM * MSN *
      • Text Messaging*
      • What are you doing?
      • Twitter * Jaiku
    6. Try Something New
  • Getting Started
      • Share Resources.
      • Slideshare *
      • Flickr *
      • YouTube
        • Use a collaboration technology.
      • Google Docs* & Presentations *
      • Wikis
      • collaborate.eXtension.org *
      • Wikispaces
      • Wikipedia
    6. Try Something New
  • Getting Started
    • Blog. Learn by sharing your ideas and knowledge.
      • Join a Virtual World.
      • Second Life
    6. Try Something New