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Amplified Events for PhD Students: UWS Workshop for IRO (26/4/2011)

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Part 3 of a workshop on social media delivered to University of the West of Scotland PhD Students at Hamilton Campus on 24th April, 2011.

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Amplified Events for PhD Students: UWS Workshop for IRO (26/4/2011)

  1. 1. Amplified EventsBeyond the Academic ConferencePhD workshop for University of the West of Scotland
  2. 2. What do we think of whenwe think of the “academicconference”?
  3. 3. ECREA 2010PROJECT European Communication ConferenceDATE 13/10/2010-15/10/2010
  4. 4. Conference CyclePROJECT http://bit.ly/confcycleDATE FROM 2010 MARTIN WELLER
  5. 5. Conference Myths
  6. 6. The MythWhen you speak, people will listen, understand and Engage
  7. 7. RealityDistracted, distance and sleepy audiences
  8. 8. The MythConferences are good for networking
  9. 9. Realityhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mvUqM2Ty5c
  10. 10. Alternatives?- participant- speaker- organiser
  11. 11. ParticipantWhat can you do to be aactive participant?
  12. 12. SpeakerHow can you enhance yourpresentation - both on andoffline?
  13. 13. OrganiserHow to run an amplifiedevent.
  14. 14. The Amplified Participant
  15. 15. Why?
  16. 16. Building a ProfessionalNetwork
  17. 17. VISUALISING IDENTITY AND CONNECTIONS
  18. 18. Enhance Learning &Understanding
  19. 19. Live blogging TO articulate & Sharehttp://www.posterous.com
  20. 20. Engage from a distance
  21. 21. Livestreaming HASHTAG BACKCHANNEL
  22. 22. How?
  23. 23. Share your notes
  24. 24. BEYOND EVENT PROCEEDINGS DYNAMIC ARCHIVING
  25. 25. Ask Difficult Questions
  26. 26. Might not get the opportunitydue to the nature of the event-might not feel like the questionis appropriate with thediscussion
  27. 27. Connect to otherparticipants
  28. 28. Engage beyond the room
  29. 29. SummaryTools for participation during event(present)Tools for participation online (notpresent)NetworkingBuilding research identity
  30. 30. The Amplified Speaker
  31. 31. Maximise Impact
  32. 32. SlidesharePROJECT upload slides before eventDATE CLIENT
  33. 33. Blog aboutPresentationInclude embedded slides,notes, further notes andcontext to talk.Include link during talk.
  34. 34. Present remotely
  35. 35. Present onlinevia http://remoteworker.wordpress.com/2010/10/26/more-event-amplification-tools-authorstream-and-bambuser/
  36. 36. Engage beyond session
  37. 37. The Amplified Event
  38. 38. Challenge the model
  39. 39. Start Early
  40. 40. #DR11 = DIGITALRESEARCHER 2011
  41. 41. Agree a method to archive
  42. 42. #dr11 can be aggregated.
  43. 43. Promote this archive
  44. 44. Build a Network
  45. 45. Be Inclusive
  46. 46. Get Permissions
  47. 47. Display the Amplification
  48. 48. Aggregate
  49. 49. Use tools to pull togethermultimedia into one place -which can also be used as anarchive after wards
  50. 50. Collect & archive databefore it vanishes
  51. 51. Resources
  52. 52. Resources http://www.slideshare.net http://ipad.io http://www.scribd.com http://justin.tv http://www.twapperkeeper.com Http://www.wthashtag.com http://www.twitterfall.com http://search.twitter.com http://www.backtype.com http://www.pbworks.com (SHOULD BE SEEN AS A STARTING POINT, NOT LIMITED TO.)
  53. 53. With Thanks to:BRIAN KELLY & MARTIN WELLER WHO TOOK TIME TORESPOND WITH THEIR THOUGHTS ON THE INITIALBLOG POST ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP

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