Impactwebtools

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This presentation is designed to give administrators an introductory look at web 2.0 tools and how they can be used to simplify their job, and enhance training and enrichment, community partnerships, create awareness for an issue, etc.

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Impactwebtools

  1. 1. From Tired to Wired New Strategies for Organizing using the Internet Impact 2009
  2. 2. Goals To showcase and teach how to use web 2.0 tools to simplify our job as administrators
  3. 3. What we want to learn and accomplish... Which social media tools can best: • Inspire greater numbers of students to engage in service? • Be used for student learning and leadership development? • Help increase variety, impact, and quality of campus/ community partnerships? • Increase communication & coordination on and between campuses and community partners?
  4. 4. FACEBOOK
  5. 5. Wikis • Collaborative, editable webpage • Post photos, embed video, share documents, make comments, add links, make private or public, invite editors • The Bonner Network Wiki
  6. 6. Group Calendar • share individual schedules • make group schedules • collaborative editing like on Google calendars • collaborative planning like on Doodle.ch
  7. 7. Screencast • Useful for how-to guides • Screenshot: still, one-photo shot • Screencast: video screen capture, often with narration
  8. 8. Social Bookmarking • Consolidate bookmarks • Share bookmarks • Searchable “tags”
  9. 9. VIDEO
  10. 10. BLOGGING
  11. 11. Google Mapping
  12. 12. Why? •Campus-Community Organizing - project management/community partnerships - recruitment & publicity - training, reflection & enrichment - fundraising & resource development - policy research, education & advocacy

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