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Thesis_Presentation5 Social Module

  1. 1. Who & Why? Module 4: Social + Conceptual oylum boran / 11.02.2011
  2. 2. Some definitions first… Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
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  4. 4. Civic Media: ! Any use of any technology for the purposes of increasing civicengagement and public participation, enabling the exchange ofmeaningful information, fostering social connectivity, constructing criticalperspectives, insuring transparency and accountability, or strengtheningcitizen agency. - Henry Jenkins Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  5. 5. Activism:! Activism in the context of civic media work refers to engagement of communitymembers, either individually or collectively, in the improvement of their local community. Itcan refer to political or social or environmental engagement. It can mean engagementonline or actively in the actual community. The topic also includes concepts of civic action, civic engagement, participation, collaboration,collective action. - http://civic.mit.edu/topics/activism Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  6. 6. Education:! Education in the context of civic media work refers to the process and product oflearning skills, acquiring information, and understanding ourselves and our communities.Healthy communities need informed members and they need skills and understanding ofcomplex issues to continue to solve their local issues. - http://civic.mit.edu/topics/education Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  7. 7. What I DO NOT mean by Collective Action…! It is not necessarily doing the same thing at the same time in the samelocation. Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  8. 8. If we all jump at the same time – let’s say1 million people – will it create an earthquake? (Even if it happens, it can happens only once – not good enough for me) Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  9. 9. What I DO mean by Collective Action…!Individuals with shared goals take action themselves and this forms acollective aggregate. Collection of individual actions that serve for a higher goal and createimpact as a whole. Increase the ability of individuals to engage in change, aggregation ofindividual actions to a wholesome. Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  10. 10. What I DO mean by Collective Action…!Individuals with shared goals take action themselves and this forms acollective aggregate. Collection of individual actions that serve for a higher goal and createimpact as a whole. Increase the ability of individuals to engage in change, aggregation ofindividual actions to a wholesome. Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  11. 11. What I DO mean by Collective Action…!Individuals with shared goals take action themselves and this forms acollective aggregate. Collection of individual actions that serve for a higher goal and createimpact as a whole. Increase the ability of individuals to engage in change, by motivating themto contribute and learn from each other. Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  12. 12. If each of us brings their own piece to the table then we might do some good. (hmm sounds delicious!) Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  13. 13. - How did it start? !- Gardenista (of course!) BACK TO YEAR 2011 Home Post Events Market My Gardens Mobil Technologies - Social NetworkingOylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
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  15. 15. Users?!Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  16. 16. What if it’s a platform…!▴  that hosts different activity proposals ▴  has a voting system ▴  manages events for winning ideas ▴  arranges physical meet-ups for execution ▴  allows for discussion, knowledge sharing Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  17. 17. What if it’s a platform…!▴  with personal profile and improvement charts. ▴  mission based accomplishments. ▴  game-like awards. Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  18. 18. Will this be a sustainable platform? Will it create an opportunity for life-long learning? Can it create engaged communities? Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  19. 19. Who cares?!Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
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  23. 23. And I care, as a citizen… (a non-US one though) Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  24. 24. Do you? Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  25. 25. Next Steps!▴  Look for more precedents. ▴  Solidify the platform concept – think about components ▴  Look at technological needs (Web app – mobile – database – mapping) ▴  Prepare mock-ups for the information architecture. Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011
  26. 26. Thanks! Oylum Boran | Module 4: Social 11.02.2011

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