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Working and collaborating in an online world

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Presentation in Hobart by Frankie Forsyth. Please note that some of the photos are copyrighted and others may be used if credit is given.

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Working and collaborating in an online world

  1. 1. Welcome to Working andCollaborating in an Online World – the world of Social MediaOriginal image: swiss-memoryhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/75755822@N00/935197028by: Jamin GrayReleased under an Attribution-ShareAlike License 1
  2. 2. Purpose of this session?We’ll explore how to use the ‘cloud’ including how tocreate, write, collaborate, share and talk about youractivities…1. Documents - Dropbox2. Talking over the computer -Skype3. Write and edit webpages easily – Wikis4. Favourite bookmarks – Delicious, Diigo5. Presentations – Slideshare6. Photos – Flickr, Pinterest7. Videos – YouTube8. Mini blog – Twitter9. Social (and now business!) - Facebook10. Keep track of it all with Google’s tools - IGoogle 2
  3. 3. Process?Audience is both physically here in Hobart and online(using Collaborate software). Interaction is welcome!• PowerPoint• Web touring• Share stories• Open questions (via text in Collaborate and hands up in Hobart)If anyone wishes to blog this session please use thehashtag #atdc12 3
  4. 4. Payoff?• Debunk the hype• Some ideas to get you started• Links to ‘how to do this’Image: successful business woman on a laptophttp://www.flickr.com/photos/38307206@N02/3941048713 4
  5. 5. Terms and definitionsWikipedia – see http://en.wikipedia.org/Video –Common Craft explanationssee http://www.commoncraft.com/ 5
  6. 6. Cloud computingImage: Emma doing homework in our Linux-based Computer+Labhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/27315689@N00/749315946 6
  7. 7. Social MediaSoftware tools that allow individuals andgroups to generate content and engage in peer-to-peer conversations and exchange of contente.g.• Internet forums (Facebook)• Weblogs/blogs (Blogger)• Micro-blogging (Twitter)• Wikis (Wikispaces)• Podcasts, pictures, video, (YouTube, Flickr)• Social bookmarking (Delicious, Diigo) 7
  8. 8. Google + Social Media ExamplesWebcamsBlogsDeliciousSocial BookmarkingDiscussion forums WikispacesSkypeTwitterWikisFlickrElluminate or similarYouTubeFace bookOnline SurveysVoice emails
  9. 9. Living Online (your customers)Original image: IMG_1596‘ http://www.flickr.com/photos/39039882@N00/137063302 by: Tantek ÇelikOriginal image: Joey and April working on their keyboarding skillshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/27315689@N00/749317332by: Michael Surran
  10. 10. Where are you on the Social Media continuum?ABCDE Tutorial 28 Tourism E-Kit
  11. 11. Here we go!Image: Google Doodle
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  13. 13. Dropbox 13
  14. 14. Dropbox 14
  15. 15. Dropbox 15
  16. 16. Dropbox On your file systemOn the web Shortcut 16
  17. 17. Wikis A wiki is a collection of web pages designed to enable anyone who accesses it to contribute or modify content, using a simplified markup language[1][2]. Wikipedia
  18. 18. Wikis Wikipedia
  19. 19. Wikis Edit button Wikispaces
  20. 20. Wikis Save button Wikispaces
  21. 21. Wikis Wikispaces
  22. 22. Wikipedia
  23. 23. Wikis
  24. 24. Wikis
  25. 25. Blogshttp://www.dasa.net.au/blog
  26. 26. Twitter – mini blogging • Max 140 characters • Pick who to follow and who can follow you.
  27. 27. Twitter
  28. 28. Twitter
  29. 29. Twitter Information about issue (phew! It’s not just me!) ??? What’s happening with the internet?
  30. 30. Twitter
  31. 31. Delicioushttp://www.delicious.com
  32. 32. Delicioushttp://www.delicious.com
  33. 33. Diigohttp://www.diigo.com/
  34. 34. Diigohttp://www.diigo.com/
  35. 35. Diigohttp://www.diigo.com/
  36. 36. Slidesharehttp://www.slideshare.net/
  37. 37. Slideshare
  38. 38. Slideshare
  39. 39. Flickr http://www.flickr.com/
  40. 40. Flickr • Upload and share your photos • Search for photos to use • Free – Creative Commons (check the licence) • Pay for use – Getty.http://www.flickr.com/photos/9844565@N04/4172582880
  41. 41. FlickrCC http://flickrcc.bluemountains.net/flickrCC/index.php?t erms=alcohol&page=9&edit=yes&com=yes
  42. 42. Flickr photos http://photographicdictionary.com/c/conversation
  43. 43. Pinterest
  44. 44. Pinteresthttp://pinterest.com/
  45. 45. YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=D7o7BrlbaDs&feature=related
  46. 46. YouTube YouTube Statistics More than 3 billion views per day 48 hours of video uploaded every minute More video uploaded to YouTube in one month than the three major US networks created in 60 years http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=6LmCbRPdd0Q
  47. 47. Searching and Exploring Image: shelf in my reference library http://www.flickr.com/photos/53133240@N00/8930937 Image: Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition (1911) http://www.flickr.com/photos/1203794 9632@N01/461099066
  48. 48. Searching and ExploringOriginal image: Google http://www.flickr.com/photos/36875686@N00/189010710by: Jürgen Plasser
  49. 49. Searching and Exploring
  50. 50. Google Alerts – Track who is talking about you, and where…
  51. 51. Googleproducts
  52. 52. Original image: Oh, of course. Now I see.‘ http://www.flickr.com/photos/46207792@N00/11951382by: Doug Shick
  53. 53. Google Places Features of Analytics
  54. 54. Keeping track - iGooglehttp://www.google.com.au/
  55. 55. Keeping track - iGooglehttp://www.google.com.au/
  56. 56. Keeping track – Google Readerhttp://www.google.com.au/
  57. 57. Keeping track – RSS feeds Use the RSS button to bring the news into your reader.http://www.google.com.au/
  58. 58. Keeping track – RSS and iGoogle Use the Subscribe to bring the RSS news feed into your reader.
  59. 59. Facebook Use the RSS button to bring the news into your reader.
  60. 60. Facebook - personal
  61. 61. Facebook - business To invite more ‘likes’ you need to be signed in as an individual not a ‘page’.
  62. 62. First StepsSome choices…1. Inactive – not involved at all2. Spectator – watch but haven’t joined3. Joiner – have an account but don’t do much with it4. Critic – commented on others’ spaces, uploaded a little5. Creator – made my own videos, content and actively participate in the community.Tutorial 28 Tourism E-Kit
  63. 63. First StepsSome choices…1. Document sharing Dropbox2. Voice talk – Skype3. Wikis - Wikispaces & Wikipedia suite4. Mini blogging Twitter5. Favourites & Bookmarks - Delicious Diigo6. Presentations - Slideshare7. Photos – Flickr & Pinterest8. Videos – YouTube9. Google’s tools - • iGoogle • Google Alerts • Google Places • Google Reader for RSS10. Social (and now business!) FacebookImage: Aily on icehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/48783556@N08/6856247203
  64. 64. First StepsSome choices…1. Document sharing Dropbox2. Voice talk – Skype3. Wikis - Wikispaces & Wikipedia suite4. Mini blogging Twitter5. Favourites & Bookmarks - Delicious Diigo6. Presentations - Slideshare7. Photos – Flickr & Pinterest8. Videos – YouTube9. Google’s tools - • iGoogle • Google Alerts • Google Places • Google Reader for RSS10. Social (and now business!) FacebookImage: flickr contacts - January 9, 2005 {notes}http://www.flickr.com/photos/34427466731@N01/3158297
  65. 65. A Quick Summary Pt 1 File sharing (Dropbox) A file sharing program lets you store, share and retrieve your contentincluding files, photos etc. from ‘the cloud’ and from any computer. So you canaccess, manage and share it from anywhere. Examples include Dropbox and Box.VOIP (Skype) Computer based voice and text communication – to other computers andto landlines/mobile phonesWiki (Wikispaces) A wiki is a program that allows users to work together to build, organise andedit a webpage. You don’t need to be a multimedia guru to use a wiki. Some of thebetter known examples are Wikipedia and Wikispaces.Blog (Blogger) A blog is a webpage that functions as a diary or journal. It can be used torecord activity or reflect on experiences and as such is a valuable learning tool. Forexample: blogger.Micro-blogging (Twitter) Users send and read each others text updates (tweets) which are no morethan 140 characters in length. Now can share photos, links and re-tweet updates.
  66. 66. A Quick Summary Pt 2 Social Bookmarking (Delicious & Diigo) Social bookmarking e.g. Delicious, Diigo is a way to store, organiseand share your favourite internet pages. Using this tool, you can access yourfavourite web pages from any computer that has internet access, share withyour friends and search your friends’ favourites.Blog (Blogger) A blog is a webpage that functions as a diary or journal. It can beused to record activity or reflect on experiences and as such is a valuablelearning tool. For example: Blogger, Wordpress (need a server).Slide Show Sharing (Slideshare) Upload your slide shows and share with your colleagues. Good tosearch for what others are presenting on topics of interest. Examples includeSlideshare and Prezi.Online Photo Repository (Flickr) Store and share your photos with your colleagues Good to search forphotos to use in your presentations. Free and pay options are available.Example: Flickr.
  67. 67. A Quick Summary Pt 3 Online Pin Boards (Pinterest) Use this tool to collect images from websites or from your computer andorganise and share them on boards.Personal Learning Environments (iGoogle) Personal Learning Environments are tools that enable individuals to managethe spaces they use for their own learning (i Google).Video Websites (YouTube) Online website where you can view, upload and comment on videos.Social Networking Sites (Facebook) Hosts and connects individuals through providing individual web pages,communication tools and a wide range of add on applications.Virtual meeting rooms/classrooms (Connect, go to meeting) Online room which has multiple communication tools built in – voice, text,whiteboard, video, emoticons and can be recorded.
  68. 68. I’m not going online, ever!Original image: Kids # 43http://www.flickr.com/photos/81765265@N00/870076539by: Jean-Marie LBReleased under an Attribution-ShareAlike License
  69. 69. Working online? Sure!Image: Three girls using the computer at the+grand+opening.http://www.flickr.com/photos/26204872@N08/3887312861
  70. 70. Frankie Forsyth – home office Photo © Frankie Forsyth, all rights reserved.
  71. 71. Frankie Forsyth – online Del.icio.us Forums and BlogsOwn Websites Linked In Twitter Flickr Bloglines Facebook Wikispaces Skype Plus other people’s web spaces! i-Google
  72. 72. Mobile Office...Photos © Frankie Forsyth, all rights reserved.
  73. 73. Interested in more?Contact me:Email: frankie@bigpond.net.auSkype: frankieforsythTwitter: frankiefFacebook: Frankie Forsyth ConsultingDelicious links: frankieforsyth http://delicious.com/frankieforsythPhone: 613 (03) 6278 9292
  74. 74. Thank you  Contact me: frankie@bigpond.net.au and on skype: frankieforsyth A copy of this presentation is available at http://www.slideshare.net/Original image: Rainbow Cafes door knob http://www.flickr.com/photos/93382027@N00/80959145by: CarolineReleased under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License

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