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  • Engagement is key
  • Engagement is key
  • Engagement is key
  • Start with a question about who had created a ppt. Then show the magazine and ask who learns from magazines. Then talk about how people are cycle away from words and back towards images and voice (movies)
  • Start
  • Today we are going to learn about good presentations and presentation styles
  • Engagement is key
  • They have to decide what their topic will be based on their most recent talk they gave. They can work alone or with a partner. They get 5 minutes.
  • Have them answer this question
  • Maybe one that evokes emotion through families and relationships?
  • Show them how to find google images that are free for use
  • Remember the Rule of Thirds(show image). Keep the horizon level and zoom in past any information that is not essential to the shot. It might be that you need to move around to get the best shot. Be creative: try shooting a subject from a variety of levels; if you are taking a picture of a youth, get down to their level. Try taking a shot from above or below to make the shot more interesting.
  • Every time you take a shot, step in closer for the next shot (show two shots to prove the point). When the image fills the fame, it helps the viewer understand and appreciate your photo.
  • Notice the light source and compose the picture to make best use of lighting. If shooting outside, it is best to have the sun behind the photographer, lighting up the subject. Sunlight can be harsh; cloudy days make for beautiful shots, as does end of day sunlight. Inside, move close to the light source or use your flash. Indirect light creates a soft glow, which is appealing to most viewers.
  • Focus on your SubjectIn today’s world, you can get a great shot with nearly any camera. Still, it is nice to play around with your camera’s depth-of-field (f-stop) and shutter speed. Smaller f-stops =blurry back ground and focused image while bigger f-stop =makes everything in focus. The slower shutter speeds are great for still life images or scenery while faster shutter (above 1/500) speeds are great for motion
  • Add get permissions
  • Your turn. Have them work with a partner to 1. take a picture. Use the top 5 rules for taking a picture. Have them create three slides, using a story, image and text.
  • Add get permissions
  • Add get permissions
  • Add get permissions
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  • Most of us say of course I am so ready. But
  • 4H Social Media Best Practices Guide
  • “true reach”
  • Measures Engagement and Interaction available to pages with 100 or more community members, is a useful tool to easily aggregate, collect, and save data from your Facebook page
  • Twitter, Facebook,LinkedIn,Google+,Foursquare,Wordpress,and more…
  • “true reach”
  • Families & Technology

    1. 1. Families &TechnologyApplications for Family Life EducationKimberly Allen,Luci Bearon,Andrew Behnke,Nichole Huff,& Jenell Kelly
    2. 2. Who’sdoing what?
    3. 3. Who’sdoing what?Trends and Demographics ofTechnology and Social Media Users
    4. 4. and mobile tech is evenhotter
    5. 5. Can you hearme now?
    6. 6. We all use technology inour everyday lives….
    7. 7. SkypingTextingShoppingListeningto MusicSocialNetworking
    8. 8. Watching, Recording, &Posting Videos
    9. 9. FOR Photos
    10. 10. FOR Email
    11. 11. FOR Apps
    12. 12. FOR Games
    13. 13. Top FiveDigital Differences ininternet access and use
    14. 14. 1. People access theinternet differently
    15. 15. 2. Some users aremore connected thanothers
    16. 16. 3. People living withdisabilities use theInternet less ordifferently
    17. 17. 4.The Internet isNOT appealingto everyone
    18. 18. 5. Men are slightlymore wired thanwomen ANDwomen are moresocially networkedthan men  
    19. 19. Clicker Question:A. RaceB.  AgeC. Household IncomeD. EducationalAttainmentE. All of the aboveOf these factors,which is relatedto differences inInternet Access?
    20. 20. Top FiveFacts about Generationsand
    21. 21. 1. Every Generation isDoing It
    22. 22. h#p://pewinternet.org/Commentary/2012/March/Pew-­‐Internet-­‐Social-­‐Networking-­‐full-­‐detail.aspx  
    23. 23. 2. Millennials Are MostActive in SocialNetworks
    24. 24. h#p://www.npr.org/2012/09/25/161716306/phone-­‐home-­‐tech-­‐draws-­‐parents-­‐college-­‐kids-­‐closer  
    25. 25. 3. Generation X arethe Second MostEngaged
    26. 26. 4. Over Half of BoomerInternet Users AlsoUse Social Media
    27. 27. h#p://www.nyJmes.com/pages/booming/index.html  
    28. 28. 5.You’re Never Too OldOne Third of Senior InternetUsers Also Use Social Media
    29. 29. h#p://www.funeducaJon.com/News/IQ-­‐Test-­‐InformaJon/for-­‐older-­‐adults-­‐using-­‐facebook-­‐may-­‐mean-­‐sharper-­‐minds/  
    30. 30. h#p://www.inquisitr.com/375845/oldest-­‐facebook-­‐user-­‐challeneged-­‐by-­‐older-­‐facebook-­‐user/  
    31. 31. we’re learning aswe go
    32. 32. but we’re excitedabout the possibilities
    33. 33. top 5 tipsfor creating a professional online identity
    34. 34. what does youronline image sayabout you as aprofessional?
    35. 35. leadership?
    36. 36. partyanimal?
    37. 37. even-steven?
    38. 38. temperamental?
    39. 39. wise?  wise?
    40. 40. unapproachable?
    41. 41. nothing.
    42. 42. fivestepsforbuildingyouronlineimage
    43. 43. (1) be clean
    44. 44. (and be clever)
    45. 45. (2) be credible
    46. 46. (3) be committed
    47. 47. (4) be collaborative
    48. 48. (5)becurrent
    49. 49. (and be creative)
    50. 50. Lets GetStarted Using
    51. 51. Lets start with
    52. 52. Lets now try out
    53. 53. Lets do one more:
    54. 54. Have you ever sat through areally horrible presentation?
    55. 55. heck
    56. 56. Wear your heart on  yourleeve  
    57. 57. talk talk talk talk talk talkOrAsk, Do, Share, Engage
    58. 58. Your Turn.Open PPT andcreate 3 new slides  
    59. 59. Change theOrientation inPage Setupto 8 by 4.5 inches in landscape
    60. 60. A __________Is worth athousand words
    61. 61. Take yourown shots
    62. 62. RockAndrew Behnke & Nichole HuffSolidPhotography&Videography
    63. 63. First,CompositionisKey
    64. 64. Second,Zoom Zoom Zoom
    65. 65. Use yourfeet
    66. 66. Third, Raisethe lights
    67. 67. What do you notice?
    68. 68. Fourth,Use yourFocus
    69. 69. Fifth, getpermissionhey those are my feet?
    70. 70. Remember those3 slides? Revisit.ImageTextStory
    71. 71. Now connect streams of photoswith sound….
    72. 72. And you have video
    73. 73. What else do youneed to know?
    74. 74. First steadyyourshot
    75. 75. Second, get theaudio right
    76. 76. headphones  
    77. 77. Third tella story
    78. 78. Fourth,forgetB-Rollto takedon’t
    79. 79. UsingVideoto Educate
    80. 80. First use short clipsto engage
    81. 81. Be silly
    82. 82. Inspire
    83. 83. Use it tomarket
    84. 84. Juntos Intro
    85. 85. Second, learn HOW to add videoto your ppts
    86. 86. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo9lxj7C5EE
    87. 87. www.YouTube.com/xlkjlkj
    88. 88. www.PYouTube.com/xlkjlkj
    89. 89. www.PWYouTube.com/xlkjlkj
    90. 90. www.PWNYouTube.com/xlkjlkj
    91. 91. Vimeo
    92. 92. Third, Discoverwaysto edit and enhance video
    93. 93. Fourth,Fliptheclassroom
    94. 94. Flip the classroom
    95. 95. Fifth, createlearning centers
    96. 96. So how do I use
    97. 97. Learnhow itworks
    98. 98. Make aplan
    99. 99. Add aGooglecalendarand map
    100. 100. Make things interactive
    101. 101. Plan forupdates
    102. 102. What about
    103. 103. How many of you have usedeXtension?
    104. 104. What have you used from theeXtension in the past?
    105. 105. Lets check it out
    106. 106. What do you think has beenhelpful?
    107. 107. How might you go aboutprioritizing things so that youcan find things you need?
    108. 108. Now you have seen some ofthese pieces might you bemore likely to use these?
    109. 109. Gauging Online Success UsingSocial Media Metrics
    110. 110.  To  gauge  social  media  ‘success’,    it  is  criJcal  to  monitor,  collect,  and  analyze  data.  
    111. 111. Now…what to measure?
    112. 112. Measure…influence
    113. 113. Klout  h(p://klout.com/    PeerIndex  h(p://www.peerindex.com    
    114. 114. Measure…reach
    115. 115. Facebook  Insights  www.facebook.com/insights    Pinterest  Web  AnalyAcs  h#p://business.pinterest.com/analyJcs/    
    116. 116. Measure…engagement
    117. 117. HootSuite  h(p://hootsuite.com    Social  MenAon  h(p://socialmenAon.com      
    118. 118. Measure…knowledge
    119. 119. Survey  Monkey  www.surveymonkey.com    Qualtrics  h(ps://www.qualtrics.com    
    120. 120. This PowerPoint has pieces created byMattan Griffel, Founder & CEO of TheFront LabsWith material adapted from GarrReynolds, Chip & Don Heath, KevinAllison and others.

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