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Social Media Sept 2010


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Introduce you to Web 2.0, social networking/media, and cloud computing concepts, tips and possible pitfalls
Share specific examples of social media and social networking
Discuss communication opportunities

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  • In a nutshell, it’s people getting together because they share a common bond in some way, shape or form and we’ve been doing it since birth. It’s just that some of the tools we use have gotten better.
  • In a nutshell, it’s grassroots marketing primarily using the Internet
  • Also called the Social Web or Social Internet
  • Examples of many Web 2.0 tools currently availableWe are focusing on four tools today: Social Networks, Micromedia, Blogs and Video
  • 3rd party applications hosted on the web – convenient, low cost or free
  • From Horizon Report 2009: cloud- based applications are services offered by companies and service providers in real time. Entrusting your work and data to the cloud is also a commitment of trust that the service provider will continue to be there, even in face of changing market and other conditions.Coop Cloud Computing policy:
  • Finding new connections with othersReach new audiencesPagesGroupsEvent announcements
  • Instant feedbackTell your story to interested audiencesAdvantages of Social MediaPeople can find us easier and follow usTwo-way communicationNot relying on traditional mediaRelationships and conversationBuilds brand identityBuilds credibilityCreativity and re-mix cultureEmbrace your passion and identityCommunity, sharing, and connectingIncrease transparency in our organization.
  • Criticisms of Social MediaTakes a lot of time!Current lack of good filters creates problems finding the best content.Writers have problems delivering content consistently.Anonymity can engender polarization and hate.Information overload and social networking overload.Lose control of message is not only from the top down – can also be a positive thing!As society and technology moves forward we stand at a watershed moment and history, so it is vitally necessary to stop and think about our societal trajectory. Thoughts? Did I miss an advantage or disadvantage?
  • Use different names for work and home (perhaps use your nickname for home use)Combined accounts mix work and after-work – may find new connections with co-workers and friends (use the example of Ryan Schmessing, national 4-h looking for autism researchers)Fan page advantages: no automatic connection to your personal site, multiple admins, updates automatically fed to your “fans”Groups: connected to your personal FB page, can be private. No auto updates, tho
  • My Profile
  • Kenosha profile
  • Fan page
  • This is a Fan page – note contest.
  • This is a group page.Show that group members can add photos, posts, etc.
  • Show handout – refer to it
  • Transcript

    • 1. Molly Immendorf
      Instructional Technology Specialist
      Cooperative Extension Technology Services
      Social Networking/Media, Web 2.0 and cloud Computing
    • 2. Contact information
      Presentation available on
    • 3. Introduce you to Web 2.0, social networking/media, and cloud computing concepts, tips and possible pitfalls
      Share specific examples of social media and social networking
      Discuss communication opportunities
      Today’s Objectives
    • 4. Do you text message?
    • 5. Do you Facebook?
      Yes, doesn’t everybody?
      No, it’s not for me
    • 6. Do you Twitter?
      Yes- tweet, tweet!
    • 7. Do you have a Google account?
    • 8. Do you read at least one blog regularly?
      Yes, I subscribe to 1 or more
      No way
    • 9. Do you have a blog?
      Yes, on and/or Coop Connection
      Yes, on a third party blog server
      Not yet
    • 10. Do you use YouTube?
      Yes, for work (ex. I upload work-related videos to YouTube)
      Yes, for personal use
      Not yet
    • 11. What is Social Networking?
      “A social network is a social structure made of nodes (which are generally individuals or organizations) that are tied by one or more specific types of interdependency, such as values, visions, ideas, financial exchange, friendship, kinship, dislike, conflict or trade.”
    • 12. What is Social Media?
      “Social media is information content created by people using highly accessible and scalable publishing technologies.”
    • 13. Social Media Revolution 2:
    • 14. Web 2.0 tools
      Integrated, often using RSS
      Real Simple Syndication
    • 15.
    • 16. Cloud computing
    • 17. Computing on the cloud cautions
      Finding your content
      Usernames and passwords
      Data breeches
      Read the Terms of Service agreements
      You are personally liable
    • 18. Workplace Responsibility
      Individual accountability & consequences
    • 19. Questions?
    • 20. Ways to use social networking/media
    • 21. Social Media Advantages
      Usually free
      Can reach new audiences, new networking
      Levels the playing field
      Other advantages?
    • 22. Social Media Disadvantages
      Too much information
      Little separation between work & life
      Easy for users to overlook content
      Other disadvantages?
    • 23. Social Media Opportunities
      Turn press releases into blogs
      Use impact reports for podcasts
      Opportunities for cross-promotions, link traditional promotional outlets with social media
      What social media opportunities have you created?
    • 24. Your Social Media Challenges
      What challenges do you face when trying to use/establish social media to promote your programs?
    • 25. Questions?
    • 26. Ways to connect on Facebook
      Separate accounts (work and home)
      Combined account
      Use Privacy Settings to limit who sees what
      Fan Page
      Groups (public or private)
    • 27.
    • 28.
    • 29.
    • 30. Promote your progam, your office, you
      “Fans” instead of “friends”
      Status can be linked to Twitter account
      Facebook Fan Pages
    • 31.
    • 32.
    • 33.
    • 34. Questions?
    • 35. Blogs
      • Easy website creation
      • 36. Comments by readers, optional
      • 37. Subscription by RSS
      • 38. Plug-ins and templates
      • 39. Podcasting
      • 40. Static pages
      • 41. Integrate other web 2.0 content like
      • 42. Cooperative Extension public, educational content
      • 43.
      • 44. Free blog sites: ,
    • 45. Choosing Educational Technologies
      Technology Teaching Tips and Tools:
    • 46.
    • 47.
    • 48. Questions?
    • 49. What is Twitter?
      Microblog, 140 character limit
      Integrates with other Web 2.0 tools
      Web and mobile phone tools
      Twitter, Tweets, and Tweeps
    • 50. Twitter uses
      Breaking news
      Grassroots organizing
      Thought ticklers
      Ask questions
      Meeting/conference “backchannel”
      Integrate with Facebook status
      Twitter, Tweets, and Tweeps
    • 51.
    • 52.
    • 53. Questions?
    • 54.
    • 55. Tech Tuesdays -Archives
      Online Tools for Creating, Collaborating & Sharing PowerPoint Presentations
      Facebook Tips
      Twitter Tips
      Bring the Web to You, RSS
      A Podcasting Primer
      Manage Your Photos and Images with Flickr
      Organizing the Internet with Tags and Social Bookmarks
      Online Security
      Savvy Surfing
      Archives at (not restricted)
    • 56. Contact information
      Presentation available on