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This is the presentation I gave for the session 'Local Showcase' at the EDNA Workshop at The University of Queensland. Brisbane on April 23rd. It gives a few examples of the projects I am involved …

This is the presentation I gave for the session 'Local Showcase' at the EDNA Workshop at The University of Queensland. Brisbane on April 23rd. It gives a few examples of the projects I am involved with & how I use social media for networking, education and professional development.

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  • 1. Using social media for mentoring, community development & education Sarah Stewart nnnnn EDNA Brisbane 2009 http://sarah-stewart.blogspot.com www.flickr.com/photos/27315689@N00/749317332
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  • 3. eMentoring www.flickr.com/photos/66164549@N00/510908795
  • 4.
    • Aged Care Queensland eMentoring project Jan. – July 2009
    • Connecting experienced staff with less experienced staff using online communication
    www.flickr.com/photos/43345322@N00/379997873
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    • Aiming to reach staff in rural & remote areas, allied health, indigenous & Torres Strait people
    • Barriers: time, finance, lack of Internet access
    www.flickr.com/photos/37882873@N00/2868315258
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    • Face to face & online mentoring workshops
    • eMentoring handbook/CD ROM
    • Acknowledgements:
      • Dept. Health and Aging
      • Community Gambling Benefit Fund
  • 7. Community blogging http://www.flickr.com/photos/49503019876@N01/1804295568
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    • Can use blogs to disseminate information, encourage interaction & connectivity, build local community & wider networks
    • Barriers: computer skills, concern about security of information & personal identity, perception that online information is ‘rubbish’
  • 10. http:// docs.google.com/Doc?id =dcr62szf_8cs4jhzfs Chinchilla 16 th May 10am-3pm
  • 11. International Day of the Midwife May 5 th 2009 http://onlineprofessionaldevelopment.wikispaces.com/International+Day+of+the+Midwife+2009
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    • Using variety of online communication tools to connect midwives all over the world
    • All involved are volunteers
    • Using wiki to organise activities
    • Non-midwives volunteered to help support the event-power of the network
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  • 14. Second Life-virtual birthing unit
  • 15. SLENZ: http://slenz.wordpress.com
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    • Using Second Life to provide education
  • 17. http://slurl.com/secondlife/Kowhai/82/213/35/
  • 18. Creative Commons
    • All resources are free to share & all development work shared in open environments like blogs
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    • Development work carried out using tools such as blogs, wikis & Google Docs.
  • 21. http:// wikieducator.org/The_virtual_birthing_unit_project
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    • Lessons plans & learning objects developed using other online tools so people who cannot access Second Life can still participate in some way
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    • http://sarah-stewart.blogspot.com/search/label/second%20life