Technology and Enablement in the Social Age
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This presentation was delivered the British Columbia Disability Resources Network at their annual conference Monday May 30th, 2011.

This presentation was delivered the British Columbia Disability Resources Network at their annual conference Monday May 30th, 2011.

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  • 1. Technology and Enablement in the Social AgeAn exploratory discussion with Kemp Edmonds @KempEdmonds @DRNBC
  • 2. It’s young. It’s growing. • 50% of Americans have an account on • 8% of online Americans use • 4% are using location based services like…Sources:InsideFacebook.com
(US)
Feb.
2011Pew
Internet
Research
(US)
Feb.
2011
Pew
Internet
Research
(US)
Nov.
2010
  • 3. Nearly 100% of online users:
  • 4. A new accessibility
  • 5. Access to information
  • 6. Access to community
  • 7. Participate or Passive lost potential, lost opportunity.
  • 8. Scale assistance with... digital assets and DAM.
  • 9. exercise oneThis exercise is to both expose you to thisconcept of Google Forms and to try togather some of the massive brain trust in thisroom and beyond for the benefit of thosepresent and not present today.
  • 10. exercise twoStart by thinking of people you’d want to joinour survey people who may also beinterested in the results. Do you have a wayto communications with them? email?twitter? text message? Now pull out anyconnect devices: laptops, smartphone or cellphone.
  • 11. exercise two• http://j.mp/drnbcstorm• http://j.mp/drnbstorm+
  • 12. My friend Cathy
  • 13. Community Member
  • 14. Friends & Family
  • 15. Support Network
  • 16. My friend Cathy
  • 17. People only know what you tell them
  • 18. My friend Stef
  • 19. Sharing as therapy
  • 20. You’d never know... because it doesn’t matter.
  • 21. My Story
  • 22. Self-directed Learning
  • 23. exercise three: Costs & Challenges• http://j.mp/drnbc-ke• http://j.mp/drnbc-ke+
  • 24. Ending StigmasThe Digital Social Barrier prevents initial prejudices of common folk.
  • 25. Hearing Impairment• Challenges removed in a text only environment• Abilities are enhanced through technology and equipment
  • 26. Visual Impairment• Bigger screens are often better• Accessibility mode on iPhone
  • 27. Speaking Challenges
  • 28. Technology creating opportunities Please share yourstories. Feel free toleave out or change names.
  • 29. Thanks!Kemp Edmonds, HootSuite University Coordinator Twitter: @KempEdmonds & @HootSuite_U learn.hootsuite.com