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    1. 1. Twitter, Facebook and Blogging & How To Use Them in Extension Barbara Chamberlin Ph.D, Media Productions Sonja Serna, ACES IT Pamela Martinez, Media Productions
    2. 2. Overview
    3. 3. Overview Facebook Twitter Blogs
    4. 4. Overview Facebook Twitter Blogs What they are
    5. 5. Overview Facebook Twitter Blogs What they are FB sites, Tweets and Blogs we can use
    6. 6. Overview Facebook Twitter Blogs What they are FB sites, Tweets and Blogs we can use How to get started
    7. 7. Overview Facebook Twitter Blogs What they are FB sites, Tweets and Blogs we can use How to get started Discussion: Which is right for me and the information I want to distribute
    8. 8. facebook
    9. 9. What is it?
    10. 10. What is it? Social networking website Users create profile and “friend” others Create fan pages, groups and events Join networks by city, workplace, school, interests
    11. 11. Features
    12. 12. Features Status update Post and share images and photo albums Instant messaging (chat) and email Create events and invite others Post links (websites) Post to another user’s wall
    13. 13. Privacy and Permissions
    14. 14. Privacy and Permissions Profile and Contact Information Everyone Friends and Networks Friends of Friends Only Friends Customize groups or user (Allow or Hide)
    15. 15. Fan Page or Group?
    16. 16. Fan Page or Group? Pages ideal for Extension offices, organizations, clubs intended to help promote, advertise and communicate Groups can be created by any user ideal for officers, committees, boards used as a space for members to share opinions and interest in a subject can be kept “closed”
    17. 17. Who is using it?
    18. 18. Who is using it? Look to your left, look to your right! Several ACES folks have personal Facebook pages. Fan Pages include NMSU, NM 4-H, National 4-H, Harding County (personal page), Food Safety Education Groups include eXtension, agriculture, food safety, horticulture, and several “interest” groups
    19. 19. Getting Started
    20. 20. Getting Started Techie Talk, Training & Support: Social Networking Part II in February Visit the ACES Technology Help Desk or with your IT Road Warrior Drop by the ACES Technology Help Desk table for a quick demo and how-to
    21. 21. Resources
    22. 22. Resources Friend the NMSU ACES-IT page for resources and tips
    23. 23. twitter
    24. 24. What is it?
    25. 25. What is it? a microblogging site a social network has a 140 character limit
    26. 26. What is it? a microblogging site a social network has a 140 character limit
    27. 27. Features
    28. 28. Features Direct responses via @ replies Direct messages (short email 140 character limit) Favorites - bookmarking Retweets - reshare or redistribute info
    29. 29. 3rd Party Twitter Apps
    30. 30. 3rd Party Twitter Apps Photo sharing TwitrPix, Twitgoo, yfrog,,Flickr, Mobypicture, Posterous, SmugMug,, Twitpic Video sharing TwitVid, Twiddeo, Twite
    31. 31. Twitter Devices
    32. 32. Twitter Devices Twitter via the Web ( Desktop Apps Twitterific Tweetdeck Seismic Mobile apps iPhone, Smartphones, BlackBerries, Text messages
    33. 33. Following Options
    34. 34. Following Options Follow individuals of interest Follow full lists (groups)
    35. 35. Twitter Lists (Groups)
    36. 36. Twitter Lists (Groups) Industry Peers and Professionals Lists Experts Lists Recognize and Reward Customers Lists Niche Lists Employee Directory Lists Political Campaign Lists Location-Based Lists Event Attendees and Live-Tweeters Lists Self-Serving Lists Promote Your Affiliation Lists
    37. 37. Searching for People or Lists
    38. 38. Extension Twitterers
    39. 39. Extension Twitterers eExtension Initiative Oklahoma State University AG Communications Horticulture Agent for the University of Kentucky Extension Service
    40. 40. blogging
    41. 41. What are Blogs?
    42. 42. What are Blogs? online journals (web-logs) post text, photos, videos, links turned into RSS feeds easily
    43. 43. Why use blogs?
    44. 44. Why use blogs? ideal for lengthy posts (>140 characters) ideal for content, rather than simply pointing to content great for continuing stories enable commenting, details
    45. 45. Finding blog content
    46. 46. Finding blog content use any search engine and search content you may not realize you’ve found blog content. RSS feeds are the key to finding ‘fresh’ content, and blogs are a part of that. search within blogger and wordpress
    47. 47. Setting up a blog
    48. 48. Setting up a blog both are free, easy, and beautiful
    49. 49. when to use which?