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Living Online


This is a presentation for parents. …

This is a presentation for parents.
It commences with a quiz to see what they know about online profiles and goes on to give some facts and trends about the things students are up to online and why parents should support them.

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  • 1. Living Online Quiz presented by: Paul McMahon, Learning Solutions professional blog: presentation resources:
  • 2. Use these to input answers Slide this to turn on You can change answers till pressing “Send” This is the “SEND” button Press it once you are certain of your answer
  • 3. The first person to become a millionaire (US$) from playing online games did so in:
    • 2004
    • 2006
    • 2009
    • It has not happened yet
  • 4. Anshe Chung is an avatar, or onscreen graphic character, created by a Chinese-born language teacher living near Frankfurt, Germany. Valued in Nov 2006 at over US$1,000,000 from Secondlife
  • 5. Which of the following is the most popular social networking site on the internet?
    • MySpace
    • Facebook
    • Google
    • Friendster
  • 6.  
  • 7. When was the term social networking first used?
    • 1954
    • 1974
    • 1994
    • 2004
  • 8. In 1954, J. A. Barnes started using the term systematically to denote patterns of ties that cut across the concepts traditionally used by the public and social scientists: bounded groups (e.g., tribes, families) and social categories (e.g., gender, ethnicity).
  • 9. Most of the “traffic” on Facebook is:
    • Chatting
    • Playing Games
    • Uploading and sharing photos
    • Uploading and sharing music
  • 10. * No. 1 photo sharing application on the Web (comScore) * Photo application draws more than twice as much traffic as the next three sites combined (comScore) * More than 14 million photos uploaded daily * More than 6 million active user groups on the site
  • 11. After Google the Web’s Second Most Popular Search Tool is:
    • Yahoo
    • MSN Search
    • My Space
    • YouTube
  • 12.  
  • 13. After deleting photos that have been posted online, people can still access these photos for
    • 4 days
    • 1 month
    • 2 years
    • forever
  • 14.  
  • 15. Which of the following regularly “Google” names?
    • Employers
    • Parents of dates
    • Business Partners
    • All of the above
  • 16.  
  • 17. Teenagers Online Time
    • Most adults think UK youngsters spend somewhere in the region of 18.8 hours per month online, the reality is:
    • 28.8 hours
    • 34.3 hours
    • 43.5 hours
    • 60.0 hours
  • 18.  
  • 19. A generation is being defined by their online presence
  • 20. What if Feedback came from a screen rather than a mirror?
  • 21. An online presence is effectively a continuous construction site
  • 22. In the case of UK kids research shows a lack of construction skills
  • 23. International Schools usually do a better job of teaching construction skills.
  • 24. Overlearning is not considered to be fatal!
  • 25. Tell the person next to you about something that you wouldn’t want put online David after the Dentist A remix
  • 26. Contributors: 76% (105 million) The vast majority (76%) of broadband users are active contributors to the Web via social media Base: All respondents U.S. N=4384 138 Million U.S. Broadband Users age 13+ Non-Contributors: 24% (33 million) Upload audio Upload video Post to a wiki Publish a blog Upload photos Upload podcasts Publish a website Tag articles, videos Post to a micro-blog Send/forward emails Live in a virtual world Post to a blog, forum Rate or review a product Share files in P2P network Use SN sites/publish personal page
  • 27. Social Networkers: 29% (40 million) Upload audio Upload video Post to a wiki Publish a blog Upload photos Upload podcasts Publish a website Tag articles, videos Post to a micro-blog Send/forward emails Live in a virtual world Post to a blog, forum Rate or review a product Share files in P2P network Use SN sites/publish personal page Approximately 40 million Americans regularly contribute through social networking sites … N=4384 … outnumbering the broadband users who do not contribute via social media channels Contributors: 76% (105 million) 138 Million U.S. Broadband Users age 13+ Non-Contributors: 24% (33 million) Base: All respondents U.S.
  • 28. Contributors: 76% (105 million users) Social Networkers: 29% (40 million users) MySpace and Facebook duel for supremacy among social network brands 138 Million U.S. Broadband Users age 13+
    • Among Social Networkers:
      • 60% use Facebook
      • 63% use MySpace
      • 34% use both sites
  • 29. Facebook grew 500% between 2006 and 2008, catching up to MySpace in regular users in the last year Top Community Sites for Those Employed : LinkedIn Friendster Plaxo Yelp Orkut Top Community Sites for Students : iMeem LastFM Veoh Facebook Digg LiveJournal Top Community Sites for Retirees : Reunion Groups.Google Classmates Base: All respondents * Trended data rebased on total sample for each year N=4384 N=4068 N=4190 MySpace Yahoo!Groups CraigsList Facebook Groups.Google LinkedIn Percent Among U.S. Broadband Users Who Use Site Regularly Facebook opened to the public in 2006 28% of all U.S. broadband users use MySpace, 25% use Facebook
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  • 32. Social Clickers * rely on the Internet to maintain relationships with friends and family and to seek out new friends. A generational divide runs through this group, yet all Social Clickers share a desired to connect and communicate with others online. Content Kings * pursue a wide range of diversions available on the web. Deciding when, where and how to access entertainment, Content Kings create their own entertainment experiences. Content Kings see the Internet primarily as an entertainment source, and spend an overwhelming amount of their time online in the pursuit of fun. Everyday Pros * use the web quickly and efficiently. They are less likely to express their ideas online, nor are they interested in engaging with others. Everyday Pros focus on accomplishing mundane activities online, like checking stocks and managing their bank accounts. Everyday pros are short on time and disinclined to linger online. Fast Trackers* flock to the web to get their daily dose of news, sports, and weather. With a constant need to stay up-to-date, this group use a mix of major and specialized sites to get what they need. Focused and efficient, Fast Trackers spend half of their time online pursuing the facts, news and information they crave. Online Insiders * do more of everything there is to do online. They know about the Internet and see themselves essentially “living online.” Online Insiders divide their online time more evenly across major areas of online involvement.
  • 33. So lots of “ Online Insiders” Need to support to be “Prosumers” (producers + consumers)
  • 34. Clearly, we must strive to build an online profile that we are immensely proud of
  • 35. Photos (Used Under Creative Commons Licensing)
    • Secondlife
    • Web2.0
    • Silly
    • Search Engine
    • Online
    • Magnify
    • Baby with iPhone:
    • Rear-view mirror
    • Construction
    • Poor construction
    • Tsing Ma Bridge
    • Much to Learn
    • Not Feeling Well?
    • SNS Graphs Shannon Paul
    • Camera:
    • Adobe Secondlife Launch