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Organizational Policy Development and Strategies for Use of Social Media and Web 2.0 Technologies Carrie Rheingans Social Work Student Jimena Loveluck, MSW President/CEO NASW- MI Conference, 8 April 2010
“ This workshop covers the basics of new Web 2.0 technologies (blogs, facebook, Twitter, del.icio.us, etc.) and how they may effectively be used by organizations. After a brief overview of the technologies, we will discuss ethical dilemmas with these technologies and their use. The workshop will end with the case study of the HIV/AIDS Resource Center's process of developing internal policies for use by staff, Board members, and volunteers and their interactions with clients.”
Providing HIV related services to our community through compassionate direct care, prevention and outreach activities.
Issues: staff time, message approval, staff capacity
Policy: follow confidentiality guidelines, think about HARC when using personal accounts
Providing HIV related services to our community through compassionate direct care, prevention and outreach activities. Social Media Use by HARC Staff and Board Type of Medium Brand Number Users Social Networks facebook 11 LinkedIn 4 MySpace 1 Photo Sharing facebook 4 Picasa 1 Shutterfly 1 flickr 1 Personal webspace 1 Video Sharing YouTube (account) 3 Personal webspace 1 Blog/Microblog Read blogs 4 Twitter 2 Write blogs 1 RSS Google reader 1 Google Apps Docs 3 Calendar 2 Buzz 1