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Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect
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Work Differently: Learn, Share, Collaborate, Connect

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An introducation to social media by describing how to use social media to learn, share, collaborate, and connect.

An introducation to social media by describing how to use social media to learn, share, collaborate, and connect.

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    • 1. Work Differently: Learn, Share, Connect, Collaborate
      • May 30, 2008
    • 2. We influence.
      • Although conversations tend to be casual and free flowing, they can be quite powerful.
      blog.aafromaa.com/2007/07/importance-and-influence-of.html www.flickr.com/photos/briansolis/1411905457/
    • 3.   We connect people to
      • information
      • solutions.
      • resources
      • people
      www.flickr.com/photos/richardaustin/2085854939/
    • 4. We share our
      • knowledge
      • resources
      • solutions
      • expertise.
      www.flickr.com/photos/rambleon/2449976867/
    • 5. How can we be better at…
      • ?
    • 6. … influencing?
    • 7. … connecting?
    • 8. … sharing?
    • 9. Social media can help us
      • Manage information flow.
      • Stay informed.
      • Keep up.
      www.flickr.com/photos/bruno/698615823/
    • 10. Social media can help us
      • Create better products.
      • Be more productive.
      • Stay connected.
      www.flickr.com/photos/bruno/698615823/
    • 11. 71% of adults use the internet at least occasionally from any location.
      • www.pewinternet.org/pdfs/PIP_Broadband%202007.pdf
    • 12. Broadband Access
    • 13. Internet users (17+) consider these as important sources of information (%)
    • 14. Sources for information used (%)
    • 15. Membership in online communities has more than doubled in the last 3 years.
      • www.digitalcenter.org/pdf/2008-Digital-Future-Report-Final-Release.pdf
    • 16. 54% log into their community at least once a day.
      • www.digitalcenter.org/pdf/2008-Digital-Future-Report-Final-Release.pdf
      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/2386257462/
    • 17. 56% have met online counterparts in person.
      • www.flickr.com/photos/saar_cmd/1467458722
      • www.digitalcenter.org/pdf/2008-Digital-Future-Report-Final-Release.pdf
      • /
    • 18. 71% said their community is very important or extremely important them.
      • www.flickr.com/photos/vj_pdx/387565277
      • www.digitalcenter.org/pdf/2008-Digital-Future-Report-Final-Release.pdf
    • 19. 55% feel as strongly about their online communities as they do about their real-world communities.
      • www.flickr.com/photos/bootbearwdc/20109566 /
      • www.digitalcenter.org/pdf/2008-Digital-Future-Report-Final-Release.pdf
    • 20.
      • www.flickr.com/photos/mtsofan/2422105016/
      • www.digitalcenter.org/pdf/2008-Digital-Future-Report-Final-Release.pdf
      75% participate in internet communities related to social causes.
    • 21. 87% participate in internet communities related to social causes that are new to them.
      • www.flickr.com/photos/bootbearwdc/168544485
      • www.digitalcenter.org/pdf/2008-Digital-Future-Report-Final-Release.pdf
    • 22. Community Principles Connecting www.flickr.com/photos/fortphoto/1321162593/
    • 23. Learn Share Collaborate Connect
    • 24. Learn
      • Feed readers
      • Social bookmarking
      • Wikis
      • Resources
    • 25. Learn by using feed readers
      • RSS and Atom feeds
      • Google Reader
      • Bloglines
      • iGoogle
      • Pageflakes
    • 26. Learn by bookmarking
      • Del.icio.us
      • Diigo
      • Ma.gnolia
      TAGGING TAGGING TAGGING
    • 27. Learn by using wikis
      • Wikipedia
      • PBwiki
      • Wikispace
      • Wikiuniversity
    • 28. Learn by using resources
      • Flickr - Photos
      • YouTube - Videos
      • iTunes U - Podcasts
      • Slideshare - Presentations
      • Sliderocket - Presentations
      • Twitter - Links
    • 29. Share
      • Social bookmarking
      • Microblogging
      • Wikis
      • Resources
    • 30. Share bookmarks
      • Del.icio.us
      • Diigo
      • Ma.gnolia
      TAGGING TAGGING TAGGING
    • 31. Share by microblogging
      • Twitter
      • Jaiku
      • Pownce
    • 32. Share by using wikis
      • Wikipedia
      • PBwiki
      • Wikispaces
      • Wikiversity
    • 33. Share resources
      • Flickr - Photos
      • YouTube - Videos
      • iTunes U - Podcasts
      • Slideshare - Presentations
      • Sliderocket - Presentations
      • Twitter - Ideas, Thoughts, Activities
    • 34. Share by blogging
      • Blogger
      • WordPress
      • VBlogs
    • 35. Collaborate
      • Wikis
      • Google Docs
      • Conferencing
      • Instant messaging
    • 36. Collaborate by using wikis
      • Wikipedia
      • PBwiki
      • Wikispaces
      • Wikiversity
    • 37. Collaborate using Google Docs
      • Documents
      • Spreadsheets
      • Presentations
    • 38. Collaborate by conferencing
      • Skype
      • Video
      • Webmeeting
    • 39. Collaborate by messaging
      • AIM
      • MSN
      • Google Chat
      • Jabber
      • SMS text messaging
    • 40. Connect
          • Social networking
          • Instant messaging
          • Presence technologies
    • 41. Connect by networking
          • FriendFeed
          • Ning
          • Linkedin
          • Plaxo
          • Facebook
          • MySpace
    • 42. Connect by messaging
      • AIM
      • MSN
      • Google Chat
      • Jabber
      • SMS text messaging
    • 43. Connect by telling what you do, read, and think
      • Twitter
      • Jaiku
      • Pownce
      • FriendFeed
    • 44. Learn
    • 45. Learn Share
    • 46. Learn Share Collaborate
    • 47. Learn Share Collaborate Connect
    • 48. Learn Share Collaborate Connect
    • 49. Google Reader
    • 50. Google Reader
    • 51. Google Reader
    • 52. Google Reader Twitter
    • 53. Steps to learn how these tools can help you.
    • 54. R elax www.flickr.com/photos/zunami/2283133585/
    • 55. Stay curious
      • Don’t be afraid to play.
      • Look for potential and be creative.
      www.flickr.com/photos/guccino/2329154148/
    • 56. Use a “start page”
        • Google Reader
        • PageFlakes
        • iGoogle
    • 57. Participate
    • 58. Other considerations
      • Be safe.
      • Don’t share passwords.
      • Create strong passwords.
      • Don’t use passwords on financial sites that you use on social networking sites.
      • Do MS Windows, other systems, and anti-virus software updates.
    • 59. Resources
        • Strategies for Greater Sharing of Resources: Google Docs, Flickr, and Slideshare http://tinyurl.com/5u9dcb
    • 60. Resources
        • How to use a news reader http://tinyurl.com/6lhwrt
        • Extension in Web 2.0 http://tinyurl.com/6rkc3w
    • 61. Resource Wiki tinyurl.com/5u9dcb
    • 62. On the wiki... tinyurl.com/5u9dcb
    • 63. Videos
      • News Readers RSS in Plain English youtube.com/watch?v=0klgLsSxGsU&feature=related
      • Google Docs in Plain English
      • http://youtube.com/watch?v=eRqUE6IHTEA
      • Social Bookmarking in Plain English
      • http://youtube.com/watch?v=x66lV7GOcNU&feature=user
    • 64. Videos
      • Twitter in Plain English
      • youtube.com/watch?v=ddO9idmax0o
      • Wikis in Plain English
      • youtube.com/watch?v=-dnL00TdmLY
      • The Machine is Us/ing Us youtube.com/watch?v=NLlGopyXT_g&feature=related
    • 65.
      • Floyd Davenport
      • John Dorner
      • Steve Lichtensteiger
      • Greg Parmer
      • Beth Raney
      • Eli Sagor
      • Jerry Thomas
      • Vince Verbeke
      Contributors
    • 66. and searching for Anne Adrian or aafromaa. Find me by using
    • 67.
      • Twitter: aafromaa
      • del.icio.us: aafromaa
      • AIM: aafromaa
      • Slideshare: aafromaa
      • Flickr: aafromaa
      • YouTube: aafromaa
      • blog.aafromaa.com
      Or you can find me in these places.

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