Riding The Wave Of Web 2.0 Arizona Cpcu I Day Presentation Nov 2009

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Web 2.0 and Social Media Tools, Statistics, Videos, and lots of links to useful information.

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Riding The Wave Of Web 2.0 Arizona Cpcu I Day Presentation Nov 2009

  1. 1. Riding the Wave of Web 2.0 – Prepare to be Overwhelmed Presented by Sandy Masters, CPCU Photo Bing Images
  2. 2. Original Program Description “Riding the Wave of Web 2.0 – Prepare to be Overwhelmed”  This workshop will cover the real life trials and tribulations of learning “23 things” you can do on the web to explore and expand your knowledge of the Internet and Web 2.0 technologies. As leaders in the insurance profession it is imperative that we become familiar with the new tools of the web that are being used by the NextGen workforce. Can we successfully engage and retain the NextGen worker by adopting these tools?  Social Networking (1), LinkedIn, FaceBook; Blogs (2), WordPress, Blogger; Photos & Images, Flickr (3); RSS & Newsreaders, GoogleReader (4) Tagging, Folksonomies & Technorati (5); Wikis, Wikipedia (6); Podcasts & Videos, Audacity (7)), YouTube (8), Hulu (9), Podcast.com (10); Avatars & Second Life (11); Bookmark storage, Digg, Diigo, Delicious (12); Browsers (13), FireFox, Safari; Skype (14); Slideshare (15); Ning (16); Polling (17) Survey Monkey, PollDaddy; Synchronous webinar tools, CoolConferenceLive (18), GoToMeeting (19), Eluminate (20); Course Management Systems, Moodle (21); Micro-blogging, Twitter (22); E-Learning development tools (23), Camtasia, Articulate, Raptivity, Brainshark, Adobe Breeze.
  3. 3. I know just enough about Agenda & Disclaimer technology to be dangerous!  What is Web 2.0 and Social Media?  Why should you ride the wave?  Current statistics  The tools  Content Sharing  Content Producing  Relationship Building  Resources for further study  Personal Self-Directed Learning & Personal Knowledge Management  This presentation is on Slideshare.net
  4. 4. Social Media and Web 2.0 Overwhelm
  5. 5. What is Web 2.0 and Social Media? From Wikipedia Web 2.0 Social Media  Apps that facilitate info  Media designed to be sharing, interoperability, disseminated through user-centered design and social interaction. collaboration on the  Using web-based world wide web. technology to transform  Cumulative changes in the media monologues (one way developers and end to many) to social media users use the web. dialogues (many to many) Click here for Slideshare on “Community The Real Power of Social Media” Transforming people from content consumers to content producers.
  6. 6. Collaboration Transparency Communication Open Source Sharing Connection From Wikipedia: File:Web 2.0 Map.svg
  7. 7. Dunbar's number  A theoretical cognitive limit to the number of people with whom one can maintain stable social relationships. These are relationships in which an individual knows who each person is, and how each person relates to every other person. (from Wikipedia) 150
  8. 8. Statistics
  9. 9. Search tools
  10. 10. Ted Video: Pay particular attention to the focus group participants Free video courses from Harvard, Yale, MIT, Princeton, Berkeley, Stanford, and UCLA. Marc Prensky is acknowledged to have coined the term digital native in his work Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants published in 2001.
  11. 11. Social Media Landscape – The Tools Blogs rss © 2009 Omniture Inc.
  12. 12. The Ultimate Convergent Tool
  13. 13. Twitter spawns more applications: Twirl & Tweetdeck Twollow Tweetchat Power Twitter & Tweetie Tweetlater TwitPic TwitterBerry & Tiny Twitter Twitterfon & Twitterfic Your Twitter Karma My Tweeple TwitterFeed Twitterpacks Qwitter Tweetstalk Twitterati
  14. 14. Blogs  Why should you care? Article:  Blogs are now a standard source of news and info 19 Blogs You  77 Million+ Americans visit blogs Should Bookmark  346 Million blog readers worldwide Right Now  You now have a voice! Find your voice! Really Simple How to blog? Who to follow? How to organize? Syndication
  15. 15. Social Bookmarking
  16. 16. Flickervision by David Troy
  17. 17.  The Machine is (Changing) Us:YouTube and the Politics of Authenticity (35 minute video lecture by Michael Wesch)
  18. 18. Resources for further study  Social Media Club of Phoenix – Local Face to Face meetings  SmartBrief on Social Media – E-zine  Social Media Academy – Online Master Certificate Classes
  19. 19. Personal Self-Directed Learning & Personal Knowledge Management (click here for video explanation)  In the knowledge economy learning is work and your work is learning. Knowledge is only useful if you can use it to think in new ways, solve problems, and make decisions.  “An organization’s ability to learn and translate that learning into action is the ultimate competitive business advantage” –Jack Welch  “Knowledge has become the key economic resource and the dominant–and perhaps even the only–source of competitive advantage.” –Peter Drucker
  20. 20. What’s Next  Google Wave  Mobile Apps

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