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This presentation was created for use at the Broadcast Educators Association of Canada's 2010 conference in a session entitled: Brave New Worlds: Social Media in the Field and in the Classroom.

This presentation was created for use at the Broadcast Educators Association of Canada's 2010 conference in a session entitled: Brave New Worlds: Social Media in the Field and in the Classroom.

Delivered via webinar from the studios of BCIT's Broadcast Centre in Burnaby, BC to a group in the Toronto, ON May 13, 2010. The short link to share this presentation is:

http://j.mp/kempbeac

This session was supplemented with a panel as described in the begining of the slidedeck.

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Brave New Worlds: Social Media in the Classroom and in the Field (BEAC) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Brave New Worlds:
    Social Media in the Classroom and in the Field
  • 2. Following along...
    JoinLive- May 13th 10am-12pm: http://j.mp/BEAC10 - Chat LIVE + Interact
    Download or view this presentation anytime: http://j.mp/kempbeac
    Twitter Hashtag: #beac
  • 3. Today’s Panel
    Kemp Edmonds
    Social Media Educator
    BCIT
    Robert Riskin
    Program Head, Television
    BCIT
    Gillian Shaw
    Technology Journalist
    Vancouver Sun
  • 4. The next 120 minutes or so…
    Slides > Discussion > Q&A
    Please contact us via live chat, email or twitter #beac
  • 5. Contact Us
    LIVE CHAT: http://j.mp/BEAC10
    EMAIL: robert_riskin@bcit.ca
    TWITTER: use ‘#beac’ in your tweets
  • 6. Print, Radio and Television will never die, but they will certainly have to evolve.
  • 7. What is social media?
    Sharing
    Social: refers to the interaction of organisms with other organisms and their collective co-existence.
    Information
    Media: are the storage and transmission channels or tools used to store and deliver information or data. 
    Wikipedia.org
  • 8. Social Media before the Web
    Storytelling
    Homeric Poems
    Oral tradition
    Urban Legends
    Rumors & Gossip
    Proverbs
    Slang
    Jokes
  • 9.
  • 10. Old World
  • 11. New World
  • 12.
  • 13. Media are not just tools
    They are environments
  • 14. Media mediate our conversations
    “Media change feels like this” By: Chuckumentary
    When media changes our conversations change
  • 15. Media has changed
    theconversationprism.com
    So have the conversations
  • 16. The New Media Landscape
    Photo Credit: Hamid Imanesh
  • 17. A voice for the people
    #iranelection
  • 18. Starting the conversation
    #Obama
  • 19. Leaping the great firewall
    #ChineseEarthquake
  • 20. Role Reversal
    #hudsonriver
  • 21. Massive Instant Giving
    In less than 48 hours the American Red Crossreceived more than $35m in donations - $8m directly from text messages.
    -BBC News
    #haiti
  • 22. Mumbai War Timeline
    War first reported on Twitter (21:20)
    On site photos posted to Flickr (00:45)
    CNN speaks with poster of photos
    Phone lines jammed Blog used instead (02:00)
    Story on front pages of websites (02:30)
    Wikipedia entry created (03:00)
    CNN links to Twitter profiles
    Fox News uses Flickr photos
  • 23. Notes from a journalist: Lisa Johnson @lisasj (CBC)
    Stream vs.Reservoir
    Social media as “Social Scanner”
    Social media makes my city smaller
  • 24. The Broadcaster’s Job? Social Media can help
    Investigation
    Verification
    Aggregation
    Gathering Opinions
    Finding Experts
    Curation
    Dissemination
    Learning
  • 25. Finding more in the stream
  • 26. Communities of Practice
    http://search.twitter.com
  • 27. The missing link in journalism curricula:
    Community Engagement
    - @lavrusik, Columbia Journalism Master’s Graduate.
  • 28. “We shape our tools and thereafter our tools shape us.” –Marshall McLuhan
    “We shape our learners and thereafter our learners shape us.” -Christopher D. Sessums
  • 29.
  • 30. When educators ruled the classroom
  • 31. When ruled the lecture hall
  • 32. How can we turn this challenge…
    into an opportunity?
  • 33. Get on board!
  • 34. Use Social Media in the classroom
    Encourage student self-expression
    Teach content creation
    Emulate the newsroom on Twitter or others
    Using social media to build a story
    Collaborative learning using Wikis
    Communicate in the field using Facebook
    Teach learning from communities of practice
    Teach students about self-learning
    Teach digital ethics and creative commons
  • 35. 4 Tips for Integrating Social Media in the Classroom
    • Let down the filters, Cautiously
    • 36. Add “Digital Citizenship” to the Curriculum
    • 37. Keep one eye on Student Conduct, the Other on the Law
    • 38. Teach With Social Media
    mashable.com
  • 39. To students from an editor: Kirk Lapointe @kirklapointe
    Publish your work online
    Own your domain
    Become a virtuoso in public
    Clippings at an interview need digital backup
    Having no digital footprint is bad
    Behind the scenes? Publish it!
    In front of the camera/mic? Publish it!
    Understand copyright and original content
  • 40.
  • 41. Student on Social Media for Journalism
    Breaking news
    Immediate analysis
    Multiple sourcing
    Personal and trusted sources
    Connecting with future employers
    Connect with heroes and thought leaders
    Twitter is my information farm
  • 42. 4 Tips for New JournalistsBy: Rick Chung @rickchung
    Be curious
    Be aware of these tools
    Understand the importance of context
    If you don’t know, you need to know how to find out
  • 43. Using it for Professional Development
    New techniques
    Collaborative learning
    Thought leaders
    Case studies
    Communities of practice
    9 reasons for educators to use Twitter:
    http://j.mp/9twitteruses
  • 44. Some takeaways
    Cloud Storage: http://dropbox.com & others
    Document Presentation: http://slideshare.net
    Video: http://youtube.comhttp://vimeo.com
    Audio: http://archive.org
    Extra Lessons:
    Columbia Journalism Social Media Course:
    http://j.mp/socmediaskills
    Missing Curricula: http://j.mp/journolesson
    Citizens in Journalism: http://j.mp/mumbai08
    Real-time Search: http://j.mp/kempsmartsearch
  • 45. Thanks to the production team!
    BCIT Broadcast Faculty
    BCIT Broadcast Students
    Thanks to the audience!
    Thanks to Rob & Gillian
  • 46. More ideas…
    Facebook for learning http://j.mp/100FBEDU
    100 educational uses: http://j.mp/SMEDU100ways
    Howard Rheingold’s Social Media Classroom
    Educators Embracing Social Technology
    Twitter in the Classroom is boosting Engagement
    Educational Networks: http://j.mp/cKBrok
    This presentation: http://j.mp/kempbeac