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Social Media & Your Summer Project

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these slides outline some key principles related to social media and how to integrate platforms into your summer project. …

these slides outline some key principles related to social media and how to integrate platforms into your summer project.

given at US Summer Project Director's Training in Denver. January 2010

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  • 1. social media & your project brian barela
  • 2. mediaforministry.org/summerproject
  • 3. content aligned with student consumption patterns = awesomeness
  • 4. single-input/single-focus multiple-input/multiple-focus how many times do i have to email a student about that form?
  • 5. what places online do students “pull” information that’s valuable to them? in what ways do your “push” communications align?
  • 6. all content must nurture other content: otherwise re-write or re-format it! word document-- pdfs--adobe google doc--web need microsoft word + + web machine stone paper whiteboard chisel pen marker
  • 7. social media used intentionally: •maximizes communication efforts from staff •increases/catalyzes connections btw staff & students •leverages online platforms (websites, facebook, youtube) beyond the skills of the current staff team •aligns your desire to efficiently communicate with realities of how students consume & engage information
  • 8. the big picture--an integrated online presence
  • 9. YouTube channel Facebook project Flickr Group Page website Facebook Fan Page
  • 10. audience: current project attendees (staff & students) purpose: aggregate & create •videos, forms, documents, vision, information to centralized location project website
  • 11. audience: current project attendees (staff & students) purpose: aggregate & create •videos, forms, documents, vision, information to centralized location project website relieves pressure of individual to share and distribute information effectively funnels students and staff to important information marketplace/cafe/library
  • 12. statistics from ocean city summer project: • 15,043 pageviews in one year! • 45 pageviews a day--including all the days since proj ended project website
  • 13. YouTube channel project Facebook website Flickr Group Page Facebook Fan Page
  • 14. YouTube channel project Facebook website Flickr Group Page aggregate/ create Facebook Fan Page
  • 15. audience: current project attendees (staff & students purpose: distribute information & facilitate interaction • share links to forms, deadlines, answer questions, provide a online space for students to connect, coordinate rides, etc... Facebook Group Page
  • 16. every project needs a facebook group page created & moderated by your opd
  • 17. YouTube channel project FB Group Page website distribute Flickr aggregate/ create Facebook Fan Page
  • 18. Facebook Fan Page
  • 19. Facebook Fan Page
  • 20. audience: PAST, PRESENT, & FUTURE project attendees purpose: retain/connect/engage • made to scale and for marketing efficiency Facebook Fan Page
  • 21. YouTube channel project FB Group Page website distribute Flickr aggregate/ create FB Fan Page promote/engage
  • 22. Flickr
  • 23. Flickr
  • 24. Flickr
  • 25. Flickr
  • 26. Flickr
  • 27. audience: current project attendees (staff & students) purpose: collect, distribute, archive project photos • students can easily upload via email or login • no longer have to comb through students facebook photos for project photos • pro account ($25 per year) includes unlimited uploads, and preserves originals Flickr
  • 28. YouTube channel project FB Group Page website Flickr distribute aggregate/ collect/archive create FB Fan Page promote/engage
  • 29. YouTube channel
  • 30. YouTube channel audience: current project attendees (staff & students) purpose: upload, collect, distribute, archive in centralized location • students can easily upload videos--instead of personal account • videos do not get lost on project, staff or students computers • VIRAL--easy to share on facebook, proj website, etc
  • 31. YouTube channel upload, archive, share project FB Group Page website Flickr distribute aggregate/ upload, archive, share create FB Fan Page promote/engage
  • 32. great ideas!
  • 33. before project... • video testimonies uploaded on youtube channel • project leadership share heart through text or video blog • do NOT let students ask you questions via email--FB Group Page first! • contests, prizes to fill out forms online
  • 34. during project... • promote/educate students on uploading to Flickr • upload audio from talks to proj website • encourage to sign up for their own blog • jobs: have students photograph job site, upload to flickr--can leave notes here about hours, pay, quality, etc....
  • 35. q ue st ions ??? ??
  • 36. i’m here to help! mediaforministry.org/summerproject