Communications<br />
A New Approach<br />bit.ly/nsgic_web_proposal<br /><ul><li>Migrate from a web site hosted and managed by an outside vendor…
… to a hybrid of separate, but linked, web properties that are clearly “NSGIC.”
Move slowly
Learn over time
There is no global solution</li></li></ul><li>How It Might Look<br />bit.ly/nsgic_web_proposal<br /><ul><li>Internally man...
State inventory/summary/information pages (RAMONA)
More or less static items (PDF, Webex, etc.) hosted by ISP
Active, dynamic, committee-centeredpages hosted in the cloud</li></li></ul><li>First Step:<br />nsgic.blogspot.com<br /><u...
Using blogging tech
Managed collectively by NSGIC leadership and committee chairs</li></li></ul><li>
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NSGIC Communications Report, 2011 Midyear

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NSGIC Communications Report, 2011 Midyear

  1. 1. Communications<br />
  2. 2. A New Approach<br />bit.ly/nsgic_web_proposal<br /><ul><li>Migrate from a web site hosted and managed by an outside vendor…
  3. 3. … to a hybrid of separate, but linked, web properties that are clearly “NSGIC.”
  4. 4. Move slowly
  5. 5. Learn over time
  6. 6. There is no global solution</li></li></ul><li>How It Might Look<br />bit.ly/nsgic_web_proposal<br /><ul><li>Internally managed membership-specific pages (Avectra)
  7. 7. State inventory/summary/information pages (RAMONA)
  8. 8. More or less static items (PDF, Webex, etc.) hosted by ISP
  9. 9. Active, dynamic, committee-centeredpages hosted in the cloud</li></li></ul><li>First Step:<br />nsgic.blogspot.com<br /><ul><li>A new site for NSGIC Committee activity
  10. 10. Using blogging tech
  11. 11. Managed collectively by NSGIC leadership and committee chairs</li></li></ul><li>
  12. 12.
  13. 13. Using Twitter<br />twitter.com/#!/nsgic/state-gis-coordinators/<br />21 State GIS Coordination Feeds:<br />@UtahAGRC (Utah)<br />@OregonGEO (Oregon)<br />@TNGIC (Tennessee)<br />@NEGISLIS (Nebraska)<br />@KansasGIS (Kansas)<br />@vgincoord (Virginia)<br />@MS_GIS (Mississippi)<br />@ndgishub (North Dakota)<br />@giscolorado (Colorado)<br />@ILGISA (Illinois)<br />@MDiMap (Maryland)<br />@Geo_VT (Vermont)<br />@NYS_GISA (New York)<br />@RIGIS (Rhode Island)<br />@DelawareGIS (Delaware)<br />@Wiscmapper (Wisconsin)<br />@Florida_GIS (Florida)<br />@Igic (Indiana)<br />@TNRIS (Texas)<br />@GIS_In_Mass (Massachusetts)<br />@Arkansas_AGIO (Arkansas)<br />
  14. 14. Using Twitter<br />twitter.com/#!/nsgic/state-gis-coordinators/<br />11 State Coordinators on Twitter:<br />@earabas (Ed Arabas, Oregon)<br />@BarneyKrucoff (Barney Krucoff, DC)<br />@detroye (Tim DeTroye, South Carolina)<br />@MD_GIO (Kenny Miller, Maryland)<br />@BertAGRC (Bert Granberg, Utah)<br />@BobNutsch (Bob Nutsch, N. Dakota)<br />@tonyspicci (Tony Spicci, Missouri)<br />@LearonDalby (Learon Dalby, Arkansas)<br />@COGISCoord (Jon Gottsegen, Colorado)<br />@electricghia (Mike Vanhook, Alabama)<br />@ajwrtly (AJ Wortly, Wisconsin)<br />
  15. 15. Using News Feeds (RSS)<br />bit.ly/state_gis_news<br />15 State Coordination News Feeds:<br />Arkansas<br />Delaware<br />Virginia<br />Indiana<br />Iowa<br />Kansas<br />Louisiana<br />Michigan<br />Missouri<br />Rhode Island<br />Texas<br />Tennessee<br />Utah<br />Vermont<br />Wisconsin<br />
  16. 16. Still to be Explored<br /><ul><li>FaceBook
  17. 17. LinkedIn
  18. 18. YouTube
  19. 19. Vimeo
  20. 20. CoordRus
  21. 21. SquibleDoc
  22. 22. conncteR
  23. 23. Whoosy-watz
  24. 24. unknownator</li></li></ul><li>Wait… what?<br />Mike Mahaffie<br />Communications Committee<br />mike.mahaffie@state.de.us<br />
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