Social Media Presence and Policy
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Social Media Presence and Policy

  • 801 views
Uploaded on

This slide desk is from a collaborative workshop with Emily Dieringer-Winnebago Co. Health Dept; Sara Mader, Madison Dane Co Health Dept and Annie Allen Sauk Co Health Dept. #wspc2011 More......

This slide desk is from a collaborative workshop with Emily Dieringer-Winnebago Co. Health Dept; Sara Mader, Madison Dane Co Health Dept and Annie Allen Sauk Co Health Dept. #wspc2011 More information at http://technologyinprevention.wikispaces.com/wspc2011

More in: Education
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
801
On Slideshare
801
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
5
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Wisconsin    State  PrevenDon  Conference  June  14-­‐16,  2011   Social  Media   Host/Moderator:  LaDonna  Coy  with   Emily  Dieringer,  Winnebago  Co.  Public  Health   Sara  Mader,  Madison  Dane  Co.  Public  Health   Annie  Allen,  Sauk  County  Public  Health     #WSPC2011  
  • 2. LaDonna Coy, MHR, CPS, CDLA!
  • 3. #Hashtag   #WSPC2011  h0p://search.twi0er.com    
  • 4. Learning  ObjecDves  •  Define  “presence”  in  Social  Media  •  Deciding  “to  post  or  not  to  post”  •  Share  stories  and  examples    •  IdenDfy  a  set  of  tools  to  help  you   define  your  social  media  guidelines   or  policy  
  • 5. Networked ExpertiseKnowledge gets shared throughout Networks
  • 6. RelaDonships  …   Like Comment   Digg   Tweet“Friend” Share Text Follow! Update!…  make  media  social!  
  • 7. Social   Media   Tools  
  • 8. Establish  Your  Presence  by  …   ing   Shar CommenDng  
  • 9. Napkins  &  Cards  
  • 10. Emily  Dieringer    Winnebago  Co.  Public  Health  
  • 11. re:TH!NK’s  Social  Media  
  • 12. re:TH!NK’s  Social  Media  
  • 13. re:TH!NK’s  Social  Media  
  • 14. WCHD  Social  Media  
  • 15. WCHD  Social  Media  
  • 16. Tracking  Social  Media  
  • 17. Organizing  Social  Media  
  • 18. Sara  Mader,    Madison  Dane  Co.     Public  Health    
  • 19. Facebook  Profile  Page  
  • 20. Facebook  Info  Page  
  • 21.   Annie  Allen  RN,  PHN  Sauk  County  Health  Department  
  • 22. Where    To  Get  Content?  Websites  YouTube  Twi0er  Facebook  News  Coworkers  Community  Events  Department  Events    
  • 23. Be  Aware  of    what  You  Post  
  • 24. Dealing  With  NegaDvity  
  • 25. 5  Reasons  a   to  have   Social     Media   Policy  
  • 26. 1.  Establish  Clear  Guidelines  
  • 27. 2.  IdenDfy  Standard  Responses  
  • 28. 3.  Have  a  Consistent,  Coordinated  Presence  
  • 29. 4.  Protect       Equipment   Staff  Ume   Data   ReputaUon   (yours  &  organizaUons)  
  • 30. 5.    Have  a  plan    in  place  for  crisis  situaDons  
  • 31. Knowledge  is  shared  …   And change happensThrough our Networks
  • 32. Amplified  as  we  …   Like Comment   Digg   Tweet “Friend” Share Text Follow! Update!…make  media  social!  
  • 33. Social  media  [is]  …a  rapidly  evolving  culture,  and  a  fundamental  shi:  in  communica;ons,  community  building  and  decision  making.      To  succeed  in  the  21st  century,  you  need  to  know  what  this  is  all  about,  and  how  you  can  align  your  work  in  this  new  era.      -­‐-­‐Lisa  Colton,  Darim    
  • 34. References  &  Resources  •  All  materials  and  links  from  today’s  workshop   h0p://technologyinprevenUon.wikispaces.com/wspc2011  •  Red  Cross  Social  Media  Strategy  Handbook   h0p://sites.google.com/site/wharman/social-­‐media-­‐strategy-­‐ handbook    •  Mayo  Clinic  Policy  •  h0p://sharing.mayoclinic.org/guidelines/for-­‐mayo-­‐clinic-­‐ employees/  •  Policy  Tool  for  Social  Media  •  h0p://socialmedia.policytool.net/  •  CDC  Social  Media  Tools,  Guidelines  and  Best  PracUces   h0p://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/guidelines/index.html      
  • 35. References  &  Resources  •   Social  Media  Guidelines  by  Socialfish   h0p://www.socialfish.org/2009/10/drabing-­‐socmed-­‐ guidelines.html  •  NTEN  Tips  for  wriUng  your  first  social  media  policy   h0p://www.nten.org/blog/2010/02/17/Ups-­‐wriUng-­‐your-­‐ first-­‐social-­‐media-­‐policy  Photo  CitaDons  All  Photos  from  Istockphoto.com  or  Shu0erstock.com  
  • 36. This  presentaUon  is  licensed  under  CREATIVE  COMMONS.  This  means  you  can  use  it,  or  parts  thereof,  as  long  as  appropriate  a0ribuUon  is  given  and  your  resulUng  product  is  made  available  under  this  same  license.    The  license  prohibits  using  this  presentaUon  for  commercial  purposes.  A  list  of  citaUons  and  links  is  included  for  your  reference  and  use.  Please  cite  all  creaUve  commons  photos  to  the  original  source.            Suggested  A0ribuUon:    Source:  LaDonna  Coy,  MHR,  CPS,  CDLA  with  Learning  Chi,  Inc.  with  Emily  Dieringer,  Winnebago  Co.  Public  Health;  Sara  Mader,  Madison  Dane  Co.  Public  Health;  Annie  Allen,  Sauk  County  Public  Health;    for  the  Wisconsin  State  PrevenUon  Conference,  June  14-­‐16,  2011.