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Session at the 2009 ArtsSmarts eXchange...

Session at the 2009 ArtsSmarts eXchange

How can the internet be used to document ArtsSmarts in your community? What are some of the tools that can promote collaboration and sharing? Moving beyond websites and eNewsletters, this session will provide a beginner's overview to the basics of social media such as blogs, wikis, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. This is an introduction to some of the online tools that teachers, artists, students and ArtsSmarts partners can use to tell their ArtsSmarts story and engage the larger community.

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  • Going Web 2.0 A Beginner’s Guide To Social Media
  • Idea generator
  • Get Your Feet Wet
  • Where Communications started
  • Where the internet Started
  • Web 1.0
  • WebsiteDonate Buttone-newsletter
  • Unidirectional
  • Web 2.0
  • What is Social Media Anyway?
  • Digital tools for discussing and sharing information between people
  • Social mix
  • Going social = Two Way
  • Social media isn’t a new thing.It’s a new way of doing very old things.
  • COnnecting
  • Keep this in mind
    If you want to do social media well
  • Listen Intently
  • Engage Authentically
  • Participate consistently
  • blogs
  • Good Blogs
    Tell a story
    Keep it short
    Use visuals and audio
    Authentic and natural
    Have personality
    Bottom up
    Update often
  • Twitter
  • Be a Top Notch Tweeter
    Have personality
    Build community
    Reply and re-tweet
    Follow everyone who follows you.
    Don’t only Tweet your own content
    Limit your Tweets to 5 per day, and no more than 6!
  • Facebook
  • Fan Page vs. Group
  • Be a Facebook Guru
    Use your organization’s logo as your picture
    Compelling conversations matter
    Love photos and video
    Integrate other applications
    Limit your status updates to one per day
  • Wikis
  • Multimedia
  • Multimedia opens the door to
    Co-creation
    Stories from the field
    Tagging and sharing