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    Em820 presentation week3_arlene_chisley_wade_042610 Em820 presentation week3_arlene_chisley_wade_042610 Presentation Transcript

    • social media FOR Religion
      Business Strategies
      • Video
      • Internet
      • DigitalPhotography
      • Virtual Reality
      • Television
      • Computer Graphics
      • Film
      • DVD/CD
    • ProfessionalOrganizations for Practices
      Religion social media
      The New Media Consortium (NMC) is an international not-for-profit consortium of learning-focused organizations dedicated to the exploration and use of new media and new technologies.
      http://www.nmc.org
      Digital Media Association (DiMA) the ambassador for the digital media industry: webcasters, online media, digital services, and technology innovators.
      http://www.digmedia.org/
      The Religious Communication (RCA) is an academic society founded in 1973 by people interested in the study of all aspects of public religious communication.
      http://www.americanrhetoric.com/rca/index.html
    • Ideas
      Religion social media
      • Can build a religious online community & relationships
      • Create TV narrative use scenes for story telling
      • Be a learning environment for teaching religion
      • Create live- stream religious service
    • Media Tools
      Religion social media
      Social Discussion/Conversation
      (Twitter, Email)
      Blogging
      (Wordpress, Blogspot)
      Media Updates
      (Google Alerts)
      Social Networking
      (LinkedIn, Facebook )
      Virtual World
      (SecondLife)
      Content Sharing
      (Vuvox, Slideshare, Brainshark, Digg)
      Media Sharing
      (YouTube, Flickr, Ted.com, Vimeo, Animoto)
      Feed Reader
      (RSS - Really Simple Syndication)
    • More Media Tools
      Social mEDIA
    • Problems Encountered
      Religion social media
      • Christian culture frustrated by some mass media
      • Comics and religion may not mix
      • Inadequate content expose to children
      • Conflict with piracy in religious movies on YouTube
      • Ethical concerns
    • Solutions
      Religion social media
      • Religious groups create their own media
      • Using graphics role-playing computer games
      • Using the Web is “better than TV”
      http://www.ted.com/talks/peter_hirshberg_on_tv_and_the_web.html
      • For piracy recognize Digital Rights Management (DRM) concerns
    • Christian Culture
      Christian Culture
      Find us on:  RSS Feeds, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube
      www.bread.org
      Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad.
    • Christian Culture Website
      Find us on:
      http://www.ourjewishcommunity.org/
    • Religion social media
      Literature for Review
      Dawson, Lorne L. & Cowan, Douglas E. (2004) Religion online: Finding faith on the internet. Eds. NY: Routledge.
      Hoover, Steward M. & Clark, Lynn Schofield. (2002) Practicing religion in the age of the media., Eds. NY: Columbia University Press.
      Lamoureux. Edward L. (2007) “Online Religious Practice Through the Looking Glass: Spirituality and the NetWeb.” Journal of Communication and Religion, Vol. 30 (2) Nov. 2007: 340-375.
      Lang, Peter. (2005) Exploring religious community online: We are one in the network. Heidi Campbell. NY: [Digital formation series, Steve Jones, ed., 24].