UN Vienna - Day 1 AM - general overview

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Introductory presentation of relevant social media tools to a number of departments within the United Nations offices in Vienna. From http://www.noodlepie.com

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UN Vienna - Day 1 AM - general overview

  1. 1. UN Vienna - overview of social media tools
  2. 2. “The term Social Media refers to the use ofweb-based and mobile technologies to turncommunication into an interactive dialogue”Wikipedia
  3. 3. Why is social media important?
  4. 4. wordle.net
  5. 5. UN Vienna - social media tools overview• Conversational tools• Distribution and Storage• Research• Broadcast/live• Community• Internal Communications
  6. 6. 1. Conversational tools
  7. 7. 1 billion tweets per week
  8. 8. Tools of the trade
  9. 9. Tweetdeck
  10. 10. Twitterfall
  11. 11. Trendsmap
  12. 12. Twitter + other tools
  13. 13. audioboo.fm
  14. 14. Bit.ly - shorten URLs http://www.fromthefrontline.co.uk/blogs/index.php?blog=5&title=understanding_congo&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1 http://bit.ly/Fquav
  15. 15. Twitterfeed
  16. 16. Mobile Twitter
  17. 17. Twitter + photos
  18. 18. 2. Distribution - Storage
  19. 19. scribd.com
  20. 20. scribd.com/UNEP
  21. 21. issuu.com
  22. 22. issuu.com/unfoundation
  23. 23. docs.google.com
  24. 24. 3. Research
  25. 25. Google Advanced Search
  26. 26. Really Simple Syndication
  27. 27. “RSS makes it possible for people to keep upwith their favourite web sites in an automatedmanner thats easier than checking themmanually.”Wikipedia
  28. 28. Really Simple Syndication In Plain English
  29. 29. news.google.com
  30. 30. news.google.com
  31. 31. news.google.com
  32. 32. social bookmarking
  33. 33. Social bookmarking in plain English
  34. 34. diigo.com
  35. 35. Twitter - Diigo - email subscriptions - RSS - FacebookBut Diigo is not just a way of creating a “social” newswire and remembering things
  36. 36. Summary• Google Reader - to gather news in one place and filter• Diigo - to archive, organise & annotate research/news to distribute
  37. 37. 4. Broadcast/live• Ustream, Twitter - Tweetdeck, Hootsuite, Cotweet, Scribblelive
  38. 38. ustream.tv
  39. 39. qik.com
  40. 40. tweetdeck.com
  41. 41. cotweet.com
  42. 42. hootsuite.com
  43. 43. scribblelive.com
  44. 44. live.reuters.com
  45. 45. coveritlive.com
  46. 46. 5. Community
  47. 47. facebook.com
  48. 48. ning.com
  49. 49. plus.google.com
  50. 50. linkedin.com
  51. 51. 6. Internal Communications
  52. 52. yammer.com
  53. 53. skype.com
  54. 54. google.com/talk
  55. 55. wikispaces.com
  56. 56. docs.google.com
  57. 57. Document sharing in Plain English
  58. 58. And... the Google version
  59. 59. docs.google.com
  60. 60. UN Vienna - social media training• Conversational tools• Distribution and Storage• Research• Broadcast/live• Community• Internal Communications
  61. 61. Images licensed under Creative Commons:Question Mark? - Leo Reynolds - http://www.flickr.com/photos/lwr/12364944/Wide Web - Josef Stuefer - http://www.flickr.com/photos/josefstuefer/9500503/Brick phone - DaftGirly - http://www.flickr.com/photos/janet/281971466/

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