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  • * Write 2 or 3 words on your name tag that represent an area of professional interest* The topics should be something you want to have a conversation about it with another workshop participant* Find people you don't know already and have a conversation about the topic* Listen to the other person and recommend a colleague in your network they should connect with or a resourceNOTE: We prefer new media - but will use new and social interchangeably
  • Activity – stand up, sit down - QUICKLY (ok if it doesn’t ok if it does..)Used the web to find out health informationUsed the web to find a friend, colleague, family memberRead a blogCommented on a blogWritten a blogListened to a podcastCreated a podcastSubscribed to an RSS feedBeen to Second Life (heard of Second Life)Used a wikiPosted photosWatched a YouTube videoEtc. etc…
  • OHAP/MAIHealth disparitiesOpportunities to close gap** bios to packet**
  • Take out thermometer
  • \"Let us be the generation that reshapes our economy to compete in the digital age. Let's set high standards for our schools and give them the resources they need to succeed. Let's recruit a new army of teachers, and give them better pay and more support in exchange for more accountability. Let's make college more affordable, and let's invest in scientific research, and let's lay down broadband lines through the heart of inner cities and rural towns all across America.\"-- Barack Obama Presidential Announcement Speech in Springfield, ILFebruary 10 ,2007
  • AIDS bloggers around world
  • i)What is the technology? What does it do?Blog is a “web log”, often a personal journal written by someone that write articles/posts in chronological order (starting with most recent). Most blogs enable visitors to comment on their posts.ii)Who's using it?: (1)over 70 million weblogs, and we're seeing about 120,000 new weblogs being created worldwide each day. That's about 1.4 blogs created every second of every day.iii)How are people using itiv)How we're using it:-turn to mg ask what is your aids.gov blog going to doWorld AIDS day blog
  • Blog
  • Myspace - 200 million accounts makes it the fifth largest country in the world, slightly smaller than indonesia, but larger than brazil!!
  • 1,038 friends
  • For this reason, it is now common to see wikis used inside corporations and organizations. Imagine the following scenario: There is a large corporation using an internally developed software application to manage its accounts. Two-thousand people inside the corporation use this application to enter and access data. The program is 25 years old, has never been documented very well and drives people nuts. Training is done by word of mouth.An environment like this is perfect for a wiki. The 2,000 people using the program can build their own documentation a little bit at a time. Each time someone learns something, they can toss a sentence or two into the wiki to let other people understand how to use the feature. Over time, the 2,000 users will build complete documentation for the entire application.The English Wikipedia edition passed the 2,000,000 article mark on September 9, 2007 with a total of over 609 million words, roughly fifteen times as many as the largest edition of Encyclopdia Britannica.[1] Wikipedia's articles have been written collaboratively by volunteers around the world and the vast majority of them can be edited by anyone with access to the Internet. Steadily rising in popularity since its inception,[3] it currently ranks among the top ten most-visited websites worldwide
  • Text messaging and web badges
  • Breast cancer – and please check and see if there is a presence in second lifeChatting and gaming are the two most popular online activities for kids, yet most virtual worlds are focused on an older audience. We wanted to create a fun, online world that we'd be comfortable letting our own kids visit. Halo 3 Fastest selling video game ever$300 million in first weekVirtual WorldsSecond LifeClub Penguin
  • It’s the right thing to do:28,000,000 (10% of population) are deaf or hearing impaired.11,400,000 people have visual conditions not correctable by glasses.6,400,000 new cases of eye disease occur each year.2,800,000 people are visually handicapped from color blindness.1,100,000 people are legally blind.It’s the law:Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. 794d), as amended by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (P.L. 105-220), August 7, 1998.
  • Type: Human Graph. Ask people to get up and stand along a continuum to express agreement/understanding of a concept or idea or question.Question: Integrating a social media strategy for our organization is absolutely the right thing to do right now.Directions:1. If you strongly agree, go to the right side of the room, if you strongly disagree go to the left side of the room. If they're on the fence, got to the middle. If they fall somewhere in between, tell them to find a place on the continuum that reflects their opinion.2. Start with the extremes and ask people to tell you why they agree or disagree.3. Give people the option to change their position on the continuum after hearing from a few extreme, but differing opinions.4. Ask people in the middle what they need to hear, do, or say to decide
  • Support each other
  • Forrester Social Technology Profile Toolhttp://www.forrester.com/Groundswell/profile_tool.htmlPew Internet and American Lifehttp://www.pewinternet.orgListen

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