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Miriam Brosseau presents to Early Childhood educators in Detroit.

Miriam Brosseau presents to Early Childhood educators in Detroit.

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    Content generation and curation for Detroit ECE Academy Content generation and curation for Detroit ECE Academy Presentation Transcript

    • Content Generation and Curation The Detroit Social Media Academy is generously funded by a grant from Facilitated by Miriam Brosseau, Darim Online
    • Why Content Matters Content is a connecting force, a platform for conversation
    • Content: Start with Your Goals ● Why are you on social media in the first place? What are you trying to accomplish? ● What kind of content, and conversations, will help you get there?
    • Content: Remember Your Audience
    • Content Generation: Events Pictures Quotes Video/ Soundbites ...what else could add value?
    • Content Generation: “Crowdsourcing” ● Start with a question or enticing prompt ● Engage the community ● The conversation becomes the content
    • Content Generation: Party Time! ● Build community ● Share stories ● Generate content
    • Content Generation: Evergreen/Recipe Content Content that can be posted anytime: ● interview with an alum, teacher, or community member ● lists (e.g. “staff picks” for best kids’ books, favorite parenting blogs) ● feature a character/object from class ● other ideas?
    • Other Content Generation Opportunities How can you reframe and share things you are already doing?
    • Content Curation What does it mean to be a “curator”?
    • Curation Begins with Listening
    • Other questions? Next steps?
    • Next webinar! Jan. 9th, 3pm Eastern Photos and Video