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On Wednesday, March 14, 2012, Ohio Campus Compact led a full day pre-conference workshop on service-learning as part of the 5th Annual International Conflict-Resolution Education Conference which took ...

On Wednesday, March 14, 2012, Ohio Campus Compact led a full day pre-conference workshop on service-learning as part of the 5th Annual International Conflict-Resolution Education Conference which took place in Middleburg Heights, Ohio. This presentation was part of the training.

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  • MCC is in the civic engagement and social change businessWe like to use this wheel to help folks identify the types of things they might do as an active community memberToday we will look at enhancing that wheel with THIS wheel
  • The whole subject of video deserves its own webinarOne advantage of video over other social media is that it’s so easy to share. People can easily embed video on their site or in an email.Video can also provide a real face and a real voice to your work and effectively support evaluation of projects.
  • “leapfrog” technology 19th to 21st centuryWay more mobiles than computersPeople without addresses can have an identity in the portable digital worldCompanies that can wire money to mobile phones via paypal-type accounts

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  • E – engagement tools: Utilizing mobile devices and web- based tools to enhance service- learning & civic engagement Susan Studer King Ohio Campus Compact Program Director, Outreach & Engagement Pre-Conference Workshop “How to effectively design a service-learning experience” March 14, 2012 http://www.flickr.com/photos/notionscapital/4281195146/
  • “I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.” - Thomas Watson, IBM Chairman, 1943“There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home.” - Ken Olson, President, Digital Equipment Corp, 1977
  • Technology has already changed how we . . .• Work (telecommuting, information economy . . .)• Learn(Google, distance learning, digital libraries . . .)• Play(booking travel, online auctions . . .)• Do business (E-commerce, marketing, banking . . . )• Communicate(Webinars, texting, tweets . . . )• (And a lot of other things)
  • It’s also changing civic engagement.
  • "Millennials who use social networking sites for civic causes are also more civically engaged in their communities. Although we cannot conclude that belonging to social networking sites alone causes an increase in civic engagement, those who engage online come from diverse economic and educational backgrounds, illustrating the potential of technology in bridging traditional civic gaps. Online platforms provide engagementwww.ncoc.net opportunities for many Americans who may not belong to a formal volunteering organization." "Strangely enough, digital technologies are forcing us to recognize the power of the collective and social." David Bollier, “The Commons as a New Sector of Value-Creation” http://www.onthecommons.org/content.php?id=1813
  • YouTube has approximately150,000,000 videos
  • Timesaving TipsWeb-based toolsApps http://www.flickr.com/photos/a_funk/3890877873/sizes/m/in/photostream/
  • http://www.slideshare.net/ohiocampuscompact
  • http://www.ohiocampuscompact.org/programs/vista-summer-associates/
  • http://prezi.com/nmyw1jl2gpbp/service-learning-intro/ Cool tool? …yes Time saver? …maybe not (or at least not the first time you use it!)
  • A few online tools to avoid Inbox overload…Meeting orEventScheduling:•Doodle•Meeting WizardGroup Collaboration Tool:Wiggiowww.wiggio.com
  • http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/signal/twitter-uses-lobby-limbaugh-advertisers-drop-business-not-152320262.html
  • SMS
  • http://www.seeclickfix.com/ote-
  • CHINA 703 million Peoples Daily Online INDIA 471 million http://techcrunchies.comAfrica Mobile Fact Book 2008http://www.publicsectormarketing.ca/ftp/Africa%20Mobile%20Fact%20Book%202008.pdf
  • Mapping vacant lots http://vacantnyc.crowdmap.com/Crisis event mapping http://brixton811.crowdmap.com/
  • http://foodmovr.appspot.com/ Other great service-oriented apps?
  • http://kent.patch.com/articles/qr-codes-provide-link-to-kents-past Denison arboretum
  • Volunteer recruitment • Volunteer Spot http://www.volunteerspot.com/index •Online sign-up forms •Ugivewww.ugive.org •Volunteer postings •online volunteer tracking and reporting system; •currently set up for high school; expanding to higher edvolunteer tracking & reporting toolsNoble Hour Grassroots Online Fundraising?other examples •Razoo •http://www.razoo.com/story/Ohio-Campus-Compact- Ameri-Corps-Vista •Empowered.org
  • Envisionthe possibilities of acustom social networksite and collaborationtool for CommunityService Directors…http://www.localfoodcleveland.org/http://hyperlocavore.ning.com/
  • How to keep track of all of these cool sites? Bookmark it! http://www.delicious.com/ohiocampuscompact