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  1. 1. UMANT presents 2013 BYOD One-Day Conference
  2. 2. Introductions
  3. 3. Highlights  Personal Apps  Personal Branding and LinkedIn – Terry Sullivan  Presentation Tools – Shahrzad Rizvi  Apps for your City – Shelley Holley
  4. 4. Approach  Personal to Organizational to Community-Wide
  5. 5. Objectives  Brand Yourself  5 new apps on your phone  1 new presentation tool  Networking  Collaborate and share  Take new and fresh ideas back to your organization
  6. 6. Expectations  Low barrier  Free style  Open forum  No silly questions  Engaging
  7. 7.  Display live Instagram slideshows of all types of events from weddings to festivals, concerts to sporting events
  8. 8.  #UMANT  #UMANTBYOD
  9. 9. Social Media Vocab Test Your Knowledge
  10. 10. App popularized in the general lexicon by the iPhone, is simply an application that performs a specific function on your computer or handheld device  run the gamut from Web browsers and games to specialized programs like digital recorders, online chat or music players. 
  11. 11. Blog online journal that’s updated on a regular basis with entries that appear in reverse chronological order  can be about any subject  typically contain comments by other readers, links to other sites and permalinks. 
  12. 12. Civic Media  any form of communication that strengthens the social bonds within a community or creates a strong sense of civic engagement among its residents.
  13. 13. Cloud Computing/”Cloud”  refers to the growing phenomenon of users who can access their data from anywhere rather than being tied to a particular machine.
  14. 14. Crowdfunding  refers to the act of soliciting donations or investments from online users outside your organization who collectively raise money to support a cause or to underwrite a project
  15. 15. Crowdsourcing  refers to the act of soliciting content, ideas or skills from online users outside your organization who collectively help you solve a problem.
  16. 16. Embedding the act of adding code to a website so that a video or photo can be displayed while it’s being hosed at another site  many users now watch embedded YouTube videos or see Flickr photos on blogs rather than on the original site. 
  17. 17. Feed a format that provides users with frequently updated content  By using a news reader to subscribe to this, you can read the latest posts or watch the newest videos on your computer or portable device on your own schedule. 
  18. 18. Flash Mob a group of individuals who gather and disperse with little notice for a specific purpose through text messages, social media or viral emails.  It’s now generally considered a somewhat dated term (already!).
  19. 19. Government 2.0/Gov 2.0  the term for attempts to apply the social networking and integration advantages of Web 2.0 to the practice of government.
  20. 20. GPS  shorthand for Global Positioning System, a global navigation satellite system  enabled devices — most commonly mobile handhelds or a car’s navigation system — enable precise pinpointing of the location of people, buildings and objects.
  21. 21. Hashtag a community-driven convention for adding additional context and metadata to your tweets.  Similar to tags on Flickr, you add them in-line to your Twitter posts by prefixing a word with a hash symbol (or number sign)  users often use to aggregate, organize and discover relevant posts
  22. 22. Metadata  refers to information — including titles, descriptions, tags and captions — that describes a media item such as a video, photo or blog post  Some kinds — for example, camera settings such as exposure, aperture, focal length and ISO speed — can be captured automatically from the device without needing a human to enter the data.
  23. 23. Podcast a digital file (usually audio but sometimes video) made available for download to a portable device or personal computer for later playback  also refers to the show that comprises several episodes  uses a feed that lets you subscribe to it so that when a new audio clip is published online, it arrives on your digital doorstep right away
  24. 24. Screencast a video that captures what takes place on a computer screen, usually accompanied by audio narration  often created to explain how a website or piece of software works, but it can be any piece of explanatory video that strings together images or visual elements 
  25. 25. Smart Device a handheld device capable of advanced tasks beyond those of a standard mobile phone  capabilities might include email, chat, taking photos or video or hundreds of other tasks
  26. 26. Social Capital a concept used in business, nonprofits and other arenas that refers to the good will and positive reputation that flows to a person through his or her relationships with others in social networks
  27. 27. Social Media  works of user-created video, audio, text or multimedia that are published and shared in a social environment, such as a blog, podcast, forum, wiki or video hosting site  more broadly, refers to any online technology that lets people publish, converse and share content online
  28. 28. Social Networking  the act of socializing in an online community  a typical social network such as Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace or Bebo allows you to create a profile, add friends, communicate with other members and add your own media
  29. 29. Troll  In Internet slang; someone who posts controversial, inflammatory, irrelevant or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum or chat room, with the primary intent of provoking other users into an emotional response or to generally disrupt normal on-topic discussion
  30. 30. Tweet A post on Twitter, a real-time social messaging system  while all agree on usage this term as a noun, people disagree on which version to use as a verb
  31. 31. TweetUp  An organized or impromptu gathering of people who use Twitter  Users often include a hashtag, such as #tweetup or #sftweetup, when publicizing
  32. 32. Twitter a popular social network, unveiled to the public in July 2006, that lets members post updates of no more than 140 characters  People have begun using this network in interesting ways to point to news stories, to raise funds for charity, and other unexpected uses
  33. 33. Web 2.0   refers to the second generation of the Web, which enables people with no specialized technical knowledge to create their own websites to self-publish, create and upload audio and video files, share photos and information and complete a variety of other tasks In this new world, the Internet becomes a platform for self-expression, education and advocacy that “regular people” can use on their own without having to go to an expert to do it for them in contrast to the less interactive publishing sites of Web 1.0
  34. 34. Web Analytics  the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of Internet data for the purpose of understanding who your visitors are and optimizing your website
  35. 35. Web Conferencing  used to conduct live meetings or presentations over the Internet  each participant sits at his or her own computer and is connected to other participants via the Internet  can be either a downloaded application on each of the attendees computers or a web-based application where the attendees will simply enter a URL (website address) to enter the conference
  36. 36. Webinar  short for Web-based seminar  a presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar that is transmitted over the Web  in general, participants register in advance and access the presentation in real time over the Internet and listen to the presenter either through computer speakers or a telephone connection.  generally one-way and can involve chat or polls
  37. 37. Wi-fi  wireless fidelity  a simple system allowing enabled devices to connect to the Internet within short range of any access point without cables or adaptors  A more powerful wireless technology, WiMAX, is not yet deployed as widely
  38. 38. Wiki a collaborative website that can be directly edited by anyone with access to it  small teams often find that they can accomplish a task easier by creating a collaborative online workspace
  39. 39. Wikipedia a Web-based, multi-language, freecontent encyclopedia written collaboratively by volunteers  sponsored by the nonprofit Wikimedia Foundation, it has editions in about 200 different languages
  40. 40. YouTube  the world’s most popular video hosting site, making up 10 percent of all bits that travel across the entire Internet
  41. 41. Your Personal Brand Terry Sullivan
  42. 42. Your Personal Brand  Terry Sullivan is a certified LinkedIn Trainer and social media consultant
  43. 43. Tech Crunch and Break  CamCard  App You never know when that business card you threw away or washed in the laundry might just come in handy. Learn how to easily manage those pesky business cards and save paper in the process.
  44. 44. Tech Crunch  JotNot  Sometimes you need to get a document to someone else quickly and with high quality. Turn your phone into a pdf scanner in a snap.
  45. 45. Tech Crunch  Animoto  App Save time and resources by creating commercial quality videos using music and photos from your library.
  46. 46. Tech Crunch  Any.Do  Your ultimate To-Do List created and checked in the palm of your hand
  47. 47. Lunch and Network
  48. 48. Presentation Tools Shahrzad Rizvi
  49. 49. Presentation Tools  Is your Council bored with PowerPoint presentations? Are you nervous to use anything else? Not anymore.
  50. 50. Tech Crunch and Break  Voxer   App Learn how to quickly turn your mobile device into a walkie talkie. Imagine how much easier special events could be if your entire staff used this! Some say this tool will replace text messages.
  51. 51. Social Media Revolution  What does it mean for government?
  52. 52. TedTalks  Code for America by Jennifer Pahlka  Possums
  53. 53. What do you think?  “A neighbor is a far better and cheaper alternative to government services.”  “The internet generation is not fighting a battle of who gets to speak; they all get to speak.”  “We’re not going to fix government until we fix citizenship.”
  54. 54. Apps for your City  Shelley Holley, the City of Frisco’s Library Director, shares how your organization should approach apps – develop a criteria, identify your needs, and know when to pass.
  55. 55. Tech Crunch  UberConference  App Conference calling just got smarter and easier. Use the contacts in your smart device to create a conference call on the fly.
  56. 56. CrowdSourcing and CrowdFunding  Budget restraints are an eternal reality in public finance. Why not look for alternative ways to get a need identified or even a project funded?   b6vIG3Q
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  58. 58. Final Thoughts