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Walnut Hill School & Social Media

  1. 1. Walnut Hill School for the Arts& Social MediaAntonio VivaHead of SchoolSocial Media InstituteTABS ConferenceDecember 2, 2010
  2. 2. POPTECH
  3. 3. GroupActionJustGotEasier “Internet, Mobile phones and the applications built on top of them have transformed the way groups of people come together, share things and get things done.” - Clay Shirky
  4. 4. Communication ModelsMass MediaCLAY SHIRKY WHIPPLEHILL
  5. 5. Communication ModelsSocial MediaCLAY SHIRKY WHIPPLEHILL
  6. 6. The [journalistic] models that will excel inthe next few years will rely on new forms of creation, some of which will be done byprofessionals, some by amateurs, some by crowds, and some by machines.” “Not an Upgrade - an Upheaval” - Clay Shirky
  7. 7. walnut hill arts -site:walnuthillarts.org
  8. 8. Building Online Participation More users Viral upside Cool factorBetter tools Social Media Your Website Better filter Better privacy Better brand control Fewer passwords WHIPPLEHILL
  9. 9. Channela route through which a message is sent
  10. 10. A View from the HillVisual Art Major Rocco Chodat
  11. 11. A View from the HillVisual Art Major Rocco Chodat
  12. 12. AnalysisCommunicationRedirectA new “Mashup”
  13. 13. Bach French Suite No. 6George Li WH ’13
  14. 14. Bach French Suite No. 6George Li WH ’13
  15. 15. Samantha Hankey WH ’10
  16. 16. Step 1: Identify one curriculararea and one advancement areain your schools that you feel isworking well and why you think itis successful.
  17. 17. Step 2: Identify one way youthink social media can provide abetter opportunity for you toconnect and engage youralumni.
  18. 18. aviva@walnuthillarts.org

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