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Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
Aiatsis presentation on social networking
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A presentation given on the last day of the Australian Institute Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (AIATSIS) in Canberra on July 15, 2010

A presentation given on the last day of the Australian Institute Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (AIATSIS) in Canberra on July 15, 2010

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  1. Social Networking for Indigenous Communities<br />Convener:Chris Rauchle<br />Date: Friday, 16 July 2010URL: https://sites.google.com/site/crauchlethesis/documents/AIATSISpresentationonSocialNetworking.pptx?attredirects=0&d=1<br />OR http://www.slideshare.net/chrisrauchle<br />
  2. Coming up<br />What is Social Networking IT?<br />Current Social Networking tools<br />Future possibilities<br />Workshop<br />Sites<br />Blog<br />Twitter<br />Facebook<br />
  3. What is social networking<br />Using ICT to facilitate connecting with other people<br />Eradicates time and space to make making meetings easier<br />Allows people to share your life without expensive (in terms of human attention and $) one on one interactions<br />Organizational - Allows you to stay up to date with personal and business situations of your mob, family, community, work<br />
  4. Indigenous IT – Public computer use<br />See Inge Krall’s paper<br />
  5. YouTube – Making music<br />See Inge Krall’s paper<br />
  6. Facebook - the awful truth<br />Requires Literacy<br />Requires expensive equipment<br />Requires a data plan (broadband or mobile)<br />Requires a private area (most equipment public)<br />Does not have Rights Management over individual pieces of media<br />Does not have Asset Management - can’t find media by a searching or protect it by local backup<br />Unsupported by current network infrastructure – may be no network so idea of being always connected doesn’t work<br />
  7. Do we need Rights Management for:<br />Class and Gender restrictions<br />Location +Temporality<br />Secret/Sacred<br />Mortuary restrictions<br />Bullying<br />Privacy<br />Intend to extend social norms into the IT system that currently doesn’t support them…not replace ‘good manners’ with a machine<br />
  8. Bullying<br />Small connected communities mean that existing facebook style ‘defriend’ is irrelevant/inappropriate<br />Cyberbullyingneeds moderation<br />Frictionless nature of social media gives great power for good and ill <br />Betrayal of trust, what can you do to expire your own media if it falls into the wrong hands? (Heard from Glenda yesterday about misuse of imagery)<br />
  9. Bullying<br />
  10. Location<br />Geotagging- some things may only be discussed in/out of Country or a region<br />Remote experience of country<br />Augmented reality experience of country<br />BingMapslive mashups of 3D<br />Google/Bing Maps Earth/Sky overlays of historical Country<br />Excellent talks on the first day on land use and native title implications<br />
  11. Mapping Indigenous land use 400 yrs<br />http://themannahattaproject.org/explore/mannahatta-map/<br />http://www.ted.com/talks/eric_sanderson_pictures_new_york_before_the_city.html<br />
  12. Indigenous Mapping – Earth<br />The Dictionary of Sydney<br />12<br />12<br />
  13. Sydney – 1943 to present - Urban<br />
  14. Indigenous sky mapping<br />Constellation Orion in Google maps and the emu dreaming<br />
  15. Blogging<br />Blogger.com is google’s free blog site<br />Wordpress.com is not affiliated with any freemail provider<br />Most ISPs will host a blog for you at extra cost if you want something like blog.chrisrauchle.com.au<br />You can email, sms or blog on the go from your mobile<br />
  16. Save money with your mobile <br />http://www.three.com.au/social<br />http://www.telstra.com.au/mobile/services/socialnetworking<br />http://mobile.optuszoo.com.au<br />http://whirlpool.net.au/<br />
  17. Facebook<br />Works to connect the ‘Social Graph’<br />2009 year had 200M people last time checked 400M<br />From 100M to 150M mobile users since January (techcrunch)<br />
  18. Linkedin<br />Professional networking<br />CVs, Jobs, groups interested in your discipline<br />Over 70M people<br />http://press.linkedin.com/about<br />
  19. Yammer<br />A sort of business facebook/twitter<br />Shows org charts and internal connections<br />For sharing info ideas and thoughts within an organisation<br />
  20. Slideshare<br />
  21. Twitter <br />SMS for the web, 140characters limit, direct messages or broadcast to ‘followers’ or available to anyone searching the ‘twitterverse’<br />Follow or be followed<br />Special Characters: @ ##ln = linkedin #fb=facebook Nothing new - Buchannan and Victoria tweeted in 1858<br />Nothing new - Buchannan and Victoria tweeted in 1858<br />21<br />
  22. Ashton Kutcher and Ellen?<br />
  23. Google Latitude<br />Where are my friends?<br />How do I navigate to them?<br />where we can meet?<br />Dating? We heard from Peter Radoll that ‘looking for love’ is a big user of internet time<br />
  24. Loopt<br />
  25. Foursquare<br />
  26. Location Based - Google Goggles<br />
  27. Dating<br />
  28. Dating<br />
  29. Dating<br />
  30. Helpful location services - Ushahidi<br />Check out the TED.com videos at:<br />“Erik Hersman on reporting crisis via texting” for info on texting service Ushahidi<br />http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/erik_hersman_on_reporting_crisis_via_texting.html<br />and<br />Tim Berners-Lee: The year open data went worldwide” for an interesting take on how mapping can help legal cases in cases of inequitable treatment<br />http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/tim_berners_lee_the_year_open_data_went_worldwide.html<br />
  31. Save money with your mobile <br />http://www.three.com.au/social<br />http://www.telstra.com.au/mobile/services/socialnetworking<br />http://mobile.optuszoo.com.au<br />http://whirlpool.net.au/<br />
  32. Exercise – Setting up a website<br />Google sites probably represents lowest cost entry<br />Go to sites.google.com<br />Usual website sign in<br />Create a site – chose ‘Featured’ and ‘Neighborhood Site’<br />Try customising the major text<br />Change an image using ‘edit page’ remove the image and insert a fresh one<br />Remove/Insert a sidebar component<br />
  33. Exercise - tweet<br />Gototwitter.com<br />Usual password setup <br />Hashtags #<br />Named character @<br />Send a tweet “#fb Had a great time @AIATSIS Seminar”<br />Now check your facebook<br />Send a tweet “#ln Learned heaps at @AIATSIS Seminar<br />
  34. Exercise - facebook<br />Gotofacebook.com<br />Usual signup/login<br />Personal information: birthdate showing year etc.<br />Create an event<br />Create a photo album<br />Restrict the photo album to family, friends, custom<br />
  35. References<br />Chose what happens next, American Ad Council, USA 2010, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGkaw44-Ql4&playnext_from=TL&videos=cXdpSokXRy4<br />The Manahattana Project http://themannahattaproject.org/explore/mannahatta-map/<br />Deger, Jennifer, Shimmering Screens: Making Media in an Aboriginal Community, University of Minnesota Press, USA, 2006<br />Kral, Inge, Plugged in: Remote Australian Indigenous youth and Digital Culture, CAEPR WORKING PAPER No. 69/2010, http://www.anu.edu.au/caepr/Publications/WP/2010WP69.php<br />Benchmark policies: Kinship Placements, http://www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au/accreditation/benchmark-policies/Section%201.5b<br />Michaels, Eric, Bad Aboriginal Art: Tradition, Media and Technological Horizons, University of Minnesota Press, USA, 1994<br />Norris, Ray, Aboriginal Astronomy, CSIRO, 2007, http://www.atnf.csiro.au/research/AboriginalAstronomy/index.html<br />http://imagery.maps.nsw.gov.au/<br />

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