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Social media presentation full audio

  1. 1. AMY BARLOW – LISA BANVILLE – MASONMAGILL SOCIAL MEDIA ANALYSIS Uses, Benefits, and Effects on Education
  2. 2. What’s our stance?• As a tool for education• As a means of communication• As a business/personal tool
  3. 3. Social media: A Powerful tool Global and instant communication reach Collaboration between businesses Enhanced business and client relations Increased access to resources Unlimited use of resources
  4. 4. Define Social Media• Definition• Benefits
  5. 5. What is “Social Media”  Connecting people and ideas  Sharing: Information, ideas, multimedia  Communicating across the world
  6. 6. Participation Increased online communication Business and personal use Allows interaction between businesses and clients Global participation of all ages
  7. 7. Openness  Open access interaction  Virtual sharing  Virtual voice  Collaboration
  8. 8. Conversation  Ability for worldwide videoconferencing  Decreased expenses  Instant messaging abilities
  9. 9. Community Social media groups Crowdsourcing
  10. 10. Connectedness Reduced marketing expense Increased customer satisfaction Simplified recruitment campaign Global reach On the go information Simplified life
  11. 11. Types of Social Media
  12. 12. Social Bookmarking Store, organize and manage bookmarks Access key information instantly Group favourite ideas “Re-post” to share with friends Stumbleupon, Facebook
  13. 13. Social News Bookmarking specific articles Categorize (date, sports, business Easily share and discuss articles Interesting article can increase blog traffic Newsvine, Propeller
  14. 14. Social Networking Employment Opportunities Keeping in touch Greater networking circle = greater opportunities Twitter, LinkedIn, Friendster
  15. 15. Social Photo and Video Sharing Share life experiences with friends Share instantly from cell phone Media professionals can share their work Advertise musical talent Flickr, Picasa, Facebook, Vimeo
  16. 16. How Does Social MediaWork?• How?• Why?• Education
  17. 17. How and Why Like word of mouth on steroids An ability to share an enormous amount The ability to gain information  The turn around and sharing of information
  18. 18. Social Media and EducationBenefits Downside Unlimited access  Less in depth Wider range of  Relies on sources technology To time restrictions  Relies on financial Immediate access ability Verdict ? A beneficial tool for educational purposes
  19. 19. Conclusion  Immediate and wide reaching  Builds on knowledge base  Connects friends, family,A powerfuland businesses and clientsbeneficialtool  Potential for rapid growth
  20. 20. Works Cited About YouTube. (2012, May 15). Retrieved May 15, 2012, from YouTube: Digg. (2012, May 15). Retrieved May 15, 2012, from Wikipedia The Free Encyclopedia: Help. (2012, May 15). Retrieved May 15, 2012, from Pinterest: Help Center. (2012, May 15). Retrieved May 15, 2012, from Facebook: l