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10 things presentation

  1. 1. 10 Things Paul Gray and Neil Lynch Scottish Government Library © Crown Copyright
  2. 2. Aim To provide an overview of tools to develop your social media and information searching skills to help you:  Source material to inform policy and decision making to support the work of the SG  Promote the work of the SG in an accessible manner to partners and the public  Share information with SG and external colleagues
  3. 3. Objectives  Introduction, overview of social media, Yammer  RSS and dashboards  Blogs  Twitter  SG & social media, SlideShare, Prezi, Creative Commons
  4. 4. Objectives  Secure collaborative tools  Non-secure collaborative tools  Searching skills  Social bookmarking and social citation  Alerts and current awareness tools
  5. 5. Copyright, Information Assurance IT Code of Conduct  Copyright and Plagiarism eLibrary – I need – Help with copyright  Data Protection and Information Assurance Services - Security - Information Security and Assurance  IT Code of Conduct HR - Policies and Guidance - Conduct - Standards - IT Code of Conduct
  6. 6. Social media  Communication  Keeping you up-to-date in your subject  Creates sense of community  Prevents re-inventing the wheel  Saves time  Work more efficiently  Promotes open, transparent Government
  7. 7. Civil Service guidance  Be credible Be accurate, fair, thorough & transparent  Be consistent Encourage constructive criticism and deliberation. Be cordial, honest and professional at all times  Be responsive When you gain insight, share it where appropriate
  8. 8. Civil Service guidance  Be integrated Whenever possible, align online participation with other offline communications  Be a Civil Servant Remember that you are an ambassador for your organisation. Wherever possible, disclose your position as a representative of your Department or Agency
  9. 9. Digital Identity  Personal  Professional  Official
  10. 10. RSS
  11. 11. Blogs and Blogging
  12. 12. Click to see Twitter exercise logins
  13. 13. Audio & Video
  14. 14. Lunch
  15. 15. Secure collaborative tools OFFICIAL:  Knowledge Hub  Huddle  Government Communication Network
  16. 16. Secure collaborative tools OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE:  Huddle 3  Internal SharePoints  Collaborate  Lync  OneNote
  17. 17. Non-secure collaborative tools  External SharePoints  Yammer  LinkedIn  Knowledge Network  Google+ communities  Facebook  Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive
  18. 18. Evaluation criteria  Authority  Bias and Viewpoint  Currency  Detail and Level  Ease of Use and Accessibility
  19. 19. Social bookmarking
  20. 20. Alerts and Current Awareness
  21. 21. Summary  Choose the best tools for you  Can you ‘social media-ise’ existing work?  It’s about your work - not the technology  Remember your digital identity  Ask the Digital Comms Team or Digital Coordinators  Ask a Librarian  Remember the Knowledge Hub

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