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Overview of statistics and behavioral trends related to social media. Analysis of the potential of social media for international agricultural research. Examples.

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  • Dear Simone, are you aware that you can embed YouTube in your slideshare presentation? So you could include the Michael Wesch video (which I love). I would also like to use some of your slides and mash them up with mine (have a look at my slideshows) - whould that be ok?
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  • Simone, this is great, really... all the key arguments are there... can I use it too??? thank you! Antonella
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  • Simone, this is fantasttic. Thanks for that and please report about the reception at CGIAR. I share your cause.
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  • KS project: A nivel del CG. Cuando digo “nosotros” hablo del CG y no del CIAT especificamente Más sobre el proyecto al final de la presentación.

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  • Let's Really Go Online! The Potential of Social Media for Improving Organizational, Project and Personal Impact Simone Staiger-Rivas Leader, Institutional Knowledge Sharing Project ICT-KM Program of the CGIAR
  • Outline
    • Introduction
    • Trends
    • Behaviors
    • Examples
    • Context
    • Key Messages
    • An anthropological introduction to YouTube by Michael Wesch (5:45).
    • Twittervisison
    • What Does That have to do with us?
    • A lot.
    • People twitter about agriculture
  • Our Donors are blogging
  • Our Partners are Twittering
  • Policy makers talk about us
  • Farmers get online
  • Are we listening? Are we participating?
  • Not really.
    • Social Media, Web 2.0, Participatory Web.
    • It is not about technology.
    • It is about conversations enabled by technology
    Les Causeuse – Camille Claudel
  • Expected Impact of Social Media
    • Raise organizational, project and personal profile
    • Accelerate impact path
    • Inclusive
    • New Partners / Donors
    • Footprint
  • Outline
    • Introduction
    • Trends
    • Behaviors
    • Examples
    • Context
    • Key Messages
  • Increase – World Population
  • Increase Internet Users
  • Increase Mobile phones http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/publications/idi/2009/material/IDI2009_w5.pdf
  • Increase Facebook Total amount of Time spent increased 600% in 2008 http://fasterfuture.blogspot.com/2009/03/nielsen-report-on-dominance-of.html
  • Increase Blogs
  • Increase Twitter
    • Total Users: 1+ million
    • Total Active Users: 200,000 per week
    • Total Twitter Messages: 3 million/day
  • CHAOS
    • What can we do?
    • Hide
    • Ignore
    • Deal with it!
  • Outline
    • Introduction
    • Trends
    • Behaviors
    • Examples
    • Context
    • Key Messages
  • Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wili/2919033535/ http://joitskehulsebosch.blogspot.com/2009/03/grown-up-digital.html Junior versus Senior
  • Behaviors Private versus Professional http://technorati.com/blogging/state-of-the-blogosphere/who-are-the-bloggers/
  • Multiplicity versus Uniqueness
  • Behaviors From: David Armano Network versus Organization
  • From: David Armano Network versus Organization
  • Process versus Product
  • Openness versus Control
  • The world is filled with minds who can contribute
  • Outline
    • Introduction
    • Trends
    • Behaviors
    • Examples
    • Context
    • Key Messages
  • For You
    • RSS Feeds / Feed Reader
    • Twitter
    • Social Bookmarking
    • Link Sharing
    Cultural Barriers
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  • For Your Project
    • Blog
    • Photo, Video and Slide sharing
    • Wiki or Google Docs
    • Social Reporting
    Incentives and Budget-related Barriers
  • For the Organization
    • Mash Up of tools
    • Social media Listening
    • Capacity building in social media
    • Action Days
    • ICT4D
    IT and Management Barriers
  • Outline
    • Introduction
    • Trends
    • Behaviors
    • Examples
    • Context
    • Key Messages
  • Knowledge Sharing Project of the ICT-KM Program of the CGIAR
    • Influence behavioural changes within the System.
    • Contribute to organizational development
    • Improve CGIAR effectiveness by promoting collaborative learning and innovation, and supporting effective use of Knowledge Sharing approaches and tools throughout the CGIAR.
  • Related Fields
    • ICTs for development
    • Information management
    • Participatory research
    • Institutional learning and change
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  • Key Messages
    • Social Media has a huge potential for our work.
    • Organizational control over information can slow down the outreach.
    • Social Media can help you to achieve your impact pathway by increasing your network and reaching out to more next users of your research.
    • The CGIAR should have a more strategic approach and start a series of pilot projects for experimentation and learning.
  • Thank You!
    • Nathan Russell, Andrea Carvajal, Sophie Alvarez, Boru Douthwaite, Douglas Pachico, Geoff Hawtin, Andy Jarvis, Lilian Torres, Ana Milena Guerrero, Laura Ivers, Danielle Lucca, Maria Iskandarani, Florencia Tateossian, Petr Kosina, Lucie Lamoureux, Peter Shelton, Nancy White, Bernd Hack, Gerry Toomey, Enrica Porcari, Nadia Manning-Thomas, Fionna Douglas, Fiona Chandler, Gauri Salokhe, Allison Hewlitt, Thomas Metz, Helen Leitch, Feby Litahamaputty, Michael Hailu, Andrea Pape-Christiansen, Francois Stepman, Antonella Pastore, Ajit Maru, Luz Marina Alvare, Christina Sette, Doug Horton, Jamie Watts, Jenin Assaf, Edith Hesse, Luca Servo, Vanessa Meadu, Alexandra Jorge, Alessandra Galié, Roxanna Samii, Francois Stepman, Josien Kapma, Steve Song, Camilo Villa, Adriana Sánchez, Margarita Salas, Kemly Camacho, Julie E. Ferguson, Sarah Cummings, Jan Börner, Roger Kirkby, Rachel Muthoni, Mary Schneider, Marc Steinlin, Michael Riggs, Sue Parrott, Garrett Wilkerson, Paola Valero, Cristina Douthwaite, KM4Dev, my friends on Facebook, my followers on Twitter, my contacts on Skype, …
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