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  • Brief Bio <br /> Was each of you this time last year. <br />
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  • Guinea Pig - Irish Studies <br /> Proof of Concept <br /> Prior to 1999 cycling trips. <br /> 175 - students (average 16 per year) <br /> <br />
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  • The dirty message... <br />
  • Blogs/YouTube/Twitter/Flickr/Facebook - Commenting <br /> RSS - subscriptions & pushing content <br /> MASHUPS - Blog or device <br />
  • This is the kitchen sink of reasons... where you throw numbers at people to impress. <br /> But the numbers tell the story <br /> Each service has different means for analytics <br />
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  • Guinea Pig - Irish Studies <br /> Proof of Concept <br /> Prior to 1999 cycling trips. <br /> 175 - students (average 16 per year) <br /> <br />
  • Static Content (iMovie/Photoshop/FTP/Web Server) to Dynamic Content (iMovie/iPhoto/Twitter/WP) <br /> No viewer interaction to complete interaction <br /> Closed content (Intranet) to completely open content (Global) <br /> Video Camera/Digital Camera/iPhone <br /> <br />
  • In-house, organizations that specialize, professional associations, technical conferences <br />
  • 1999-2009 1165 graduates <br /> 169 Irish Studies (15%) <br /> Own constituency <br />
  • 1999-2009 1165 graduates <br /> 169 Irish Studies (15%) <br /> Own constituency <br />
  • 1999-2009 1165 graduates <br /> 169 Irish Studies (15%) <br /> Own constituency <br />
  • 1999-2009 1165 graduates <br /> 169 Irish Studies (15%) <br /> Own constituency <br />
  • 1999-2009 1165 graduates <br /> 169 Irish Studies (15%) <br /> Own constituency <br />
  • 1999-2009 1165 graduates <br /> 169 Irish Studies (15%) <br /> Own constituency <br />
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  • Transforming an Educational Experience with Social Media
  • WHO AM I?! twitter:@wstites william.stites@edsocialmedia.com / wstites@mka.org
  • My three things... Why use social media in your school It’s all about engagement You can do this
  • Why Social Media?
  • http://socialnomics.net/
  • http://socialnomics.net/
  • Process
  • Authentic stories
  • Message & Engagement
  • Audience Blog YouTube Flickr Twitter 1074 Views 2426 Views 3547 Images 369 Followers 735 Unique 46 Countries 22645 Views 17 Countries
  • Contribution
  • Where to start?
  • Inspiration & guinea pig
  • Training & Professional Development
  • The short(er) message
  • The long(er) message
  • The video message
  • The picture message
  • The connections
  • “I just wanted to offer my sincere thanks to you all for providing what I know is Graham's most enriching and memorable experience of his high school career.   I am sure the trip will remain one of his most unforgettable lifetime experiences as well.   We traveled with you all vicariously as we followed the blog posts, tweets, photos and videos.  What wonderful tools these were and what wonderful places you visited and experienced.   Thank you again for your willingness to travel abroad with 20 teenagers (not something most of us would undertake).  I hope you all have a wonderful summer.”
  • William Stites Director of Technology The Montclair Kimberley Academy wstites@mka.org Blogger in Chief edSocialMedia william.stites@edsocialmedia.com Twitter: @wstites / @edsocialmedia / @irishstudies SlideShare.net/wstites