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Amplified Events for PhD Students: UWS Workshop for IRO (26/4/2011)

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Part 3 of a workshop on social media delivered to University of the West of Scotland PhD Students at Hamilton Campus on 24th April, 2011. …

Part 3 of a workshop on social media delivered to University of the West of Scotland PhD Students at Hamilton Campus on 24th April, 2011.

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  • 1. Amplified EventsBeyond the Academic ConferencePhD workshop for University of the West of Scotland
  • 2. What do we think of whenwe think of the “academicconference”?
  • 3. ECREA 2010PROJECT European Communication ConferenceDATE 13/10/2010-15/10/2010
  • 4. Conference CyclePROJECT http://bit.ly/confcycleDATE FROM 2010 MARTIN WELLER
  • 5. Conference Myths
  • 6. The MythWhen you speak, people will listen, understand and Engage
  • 7. RealityDistracted, distance and sleepy audiences
  • 8. The MythConferences are good for networking
  • 9. Realityhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mvUqM2Ty5c
  • 10. Alternatives?- participant- speaker- organiser
  • 11. ParticipantWhat can you do to be aactive participant?
  • 12. SpeakerHow can you enhance yourpresentation - both on andoffline?
  • 13. OrganiserHow to run an amplifiedevent.
  • 14. The Amplified Participant
  • 15. Why?
  • 16. Building a ProfessionalNetwork
  • 17. VISUALISING IDENTITY AND CONNECTIONS
  • 18. Enhance Learning &Understanding
  • 19. Live blogging TO articulate & Sharehttp://www.posterous.com
  • 20. Engage from a distance
  • 21. Livestreaming HASHTAG BACKCHANNEL
  • 22. How?
  • 23. Share your notes
  • 24. BEYOND EVENT PROCEEDINGS DYNAMIC ARCHIVING
  • 25. Ask Difficult Questions
  • 26. Might not get the opportunitydue to the nature of the event-might not feel like the questionis appropriate with thediscussion
  • 27. Connect to otherparticipants
  • 28. Engage beyond the room
  • 29. SummaryTools for participation during event(present)Tools for participation online (notpresent)NetworkingBuilding research identity
  • 30. The Amplified Speaker
  • 31. Maximise Impact
  • 32. SlidesharePROJECT upload slides before eventDATE CLIENT
  • 33. Blog aboutPresentationInclude embedded slides,notes, further notes andcontext to talk.Include link during talk.
  • 34. Present remotely
  • 35. Present onlinevia http://remoteworker.wordpress.com/2010/10/26/more-event-amplification-tools-authorstream-and-bambuser/
  • 36. Engage beyond session
  • 37. The Amplified Event
  • 38. Challenge the model
  • 39. Start Early
  • 40. #DR11 = DIGITALRESEARCHER 2011
  • 41. Agree a method to archive
  • 42. #dr11 can be aggregated.
  • 43. Promote this archive
  • 44. Build a Network
  • 45. Be Inclusive
  • 46. Get Permissions
  • 47. Display the Amplification
  • 48. Aggregate
  • 49. Use tools to pull togethermultimedia into one place -which can also be used as anarchive after wards
  • 50. Collect & archive databefore it vanishes
  • 51. Resources
  • 52. Resources http://www.slideshare.net http://ipad.io http://www.scribd.com http://justin.tv http://www.twapperkeeper.com Http://www.wthashtag.com http://www.twitterfall.com http://search.twitter.com http://www.backtype.com http://www.pbworks.com (SHOULD BE SEEN AS A STARTING POINT, NOT LIMITED TO.)
  • 53. With Thanks to:BRIAN KELLY & MARTIN WELLER WHO TOOK TIME TORESPOND WITH THEIR THOUGHTS ON THE INITIALBLOG POST ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP

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