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From the panel discussion "Where, Why, and How Harvard University Uses Social Media". Delivered by Jeffrey Dunn, Web Coordinator at Harvard Law School, on November 18th, 2009 in Lamont Library, Forum ...

From the panel discussion "Where, Why, and How Harvard University Uses Social Media". Delivered by Jeffrey Dunn, Web Coordinator at Harvard Law School, on November 18th, 2009 in Lamont Library, Forum Room.

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Social Media at Harvard Law School Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Social Media @ Harvard Law School Jeff Dunn, Doug Walo, Meg DeMarco
  • 2. Social Media @ HLS
    • Library blog ( http:// etseq.law.harvard.edu )
    • News@Law (Email)
    • Emails and Listserves
    • Administrative Updates (RSS Updates)
    • HLS Student Government Blog ( http:// blogs.law.harvard.edu/studentgov )
    • HLS YouTube channel ( http:// www.youtube.com/user/HarvardLawSchool )
    • Library’s YouTube Channel ( http:// www.youtube.com/user/hlslib )
    • The Library’s Facebook fan page ( http:// www.facebook.com/hlslib )
    • The Alumni Advising Network ( https:// hlsalumni.publishingconcepts.com/default.aspx )
    • Programs of Study Fellows Blog (planned)
    • Berkman Center Mailing Lists ( http:// cyber.law.harvard.edu/getinvolved#mailinglists )
    • Admissions Blog ( http:// blogs.law.harvard.edu /admissions/ )
    • ITS Help Desk Blog ( http:// blogs.law.harvard.edu/hlshelp / )
    • DoSO Twitter feed ( http:// twitter.com/Harvard_Law )
    • Registrar Twitter feed ( http:// twitter.com/HLS_Registrar )
    • ILS Twitter feed ( http:// twitter.com/Harvard_IntLaw )
    • Alumni Twitter feed (coming soon)
    • Library Twitter feed ( http:// twitter.com/hlslib )
    • Faculty Blogs (various)
    • Program on Corporate Governance Blog ( http:// blogs.law.harvard.edu/corpgov / )
    • Human Rights Program Blog
    • Emergency Notifications ( https:// messageme.harvard.edu/faq.php )
    • Snowday Hotline (617-496-NEWS – not a website, but still useful)
    How HLS Talks To Its Community
  • 3. Social Media @ HLS
    • Currently Using YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, HLS Website, Sidebar as main avenues of communication
  • 4. Social Media @ HLS
    • What’s working? What’s not?
    HLS Website, News @ Law, Twitter, Posters, E-mail, RSS Facebook Pages, Sidebar, Invading Students’ Personal Space YouTube Channel (still new)
  • 5.
    • Some hits and some misses… but what’s next?
    • New Student Information System (SIS)
    • Google Wave, Voice
    • FB Connect
    • Student-sourced content
    Social Media @ HLS
  • 6.
    • New SIS Development Underway
      • HLS is exploring new ways for our community to interact, share information, accomplish tasks quickly
        • Registering for classes, housing, etc.
        • Sharing class notes
        • Organizing study sessions
        • Publicizing events and speakers
    Social Media @ HLS
  • 7. Social Media @ HLS
    • New SIS Development – Potential implementations
      • Google Wave
  • 8. Social Media @ HLS
    • New ways to get people to connect and take part
      • FB Connect
    • Easy way for students to take part in discussions on the site
    • Comments are FB-enabled
    • Members of FB Group can post in certain parts of the journal’s website
    • Updates users’ FB feed with journal post and comments
  • 9.
    • Student-Sourced Content
    • Expanding Journals and Org Websites with CMS to allow for more student publishing
    • Students already create their own content, we need a better repository and online environment
    Social Media @ HLS
  • 10.
    • Student-Sourced Content
    • Harvardnsj.com is seeing increased usage, current redesign underway to allow more student-sourced content
    Social Media @ HLS
  • 11. Social Media @ Harvard Law School Jeff Dunn, Doug Walo, Meg DeMarco