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SMiLE Preso for #sotondiglit conference
SMiLE Preso for #sotondiglit conference
SMiLE Preso for #sotondiglit conference
SMiLE Preso for #sotondiglit conference
SMiLE Preso for #sotondiglit conference
SMiLE Preso for #sotondiglit conference
SMiLE Preso for #sotondiglit conference
SMiLE Preso for #sotondiglit conference
SMiLE Preso for #sotondiglit conference
SMiLE Preso for #sotondiglit conference
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SMiLE Preso for #sotondiglit conference

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Presentation to Digital Literacies Conference with Nicole Beale and Graeme Earl

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  • 1. Social Media in Live Events (SMiLE) Nicole Beale, Lisa Harris, Graeme Earl @nicoleebeale @lisaharris @graemeearl
  • 2. The Team
  • 3. #caasoton • Project details are available from the Digital Economy USRG website • 13,000 tweets using the #caasoton hashtag • 430 photos on Flickr • Our Vimeo videos have been viewed over 2,100 times, with viewers from 47 countries. • Nearly half of the 450 conference delegates used #caasoton on Twitter before, during, or after the event • 70 people registered as ‘virtual attendees’ with some 20 additional twitter users joining in the conversations at random • The CAA Conference website has a round up of social media activity
  • 4. Outputs planned • Series of posts for LSE Impact blog (top 5 read posts this month) • 4 x MSc dissertations • A practical guide to using social media at live events • E-books • PLE conference paper • Development of code of conduct for the ethical collection, curation and archiving of social media data with Oxford e-Research Centre
  • 5. Quotes • “Almost everyone in this session has tweetdeck open or is tapping away on a phone. And it’s totally appropriate” • “Amazing use of social media, accessability, connectivity. Set the bar VERY high for all future conferences” • “If you have no social media account you are no one” • “I think just looking at the twitter stream gives a skewed idea of what people really think is interesting or noteworthy”
  • 6. Defining ‘Content’
  • 7. Visualising the data
  • 8. Understanding the data
  • 9. Understanding the data
  • 10. To conclude… • If you’d like to get involved in the next phase of SMiLE, please contact @nicoleebeale or @lisaharris or @graemeearl

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