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The Wonderful World of Social Networking Tools

Presented to Ontario Association of Library Technicians, May 8, 2008. Conference theme was "Set Sail!"

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The Wonderful World of Social Networking Tools

  1. The Wonderful World of Social Networking Tools presented to Ontario Association of Library Technicians, Kingston, May 8, 2008 by Connie Crosby
  2. Where are your social networks?
  3. Do any of them look like this?
  4. or this?
  5. Where are your social networks? Spanish class book club temple synagogue family reunion photography club church night club
  6. Where are your social networks? political party Spanish class book club temple parent-teacher group support group synagogue family reunion photography club hiking group church night club community group
  7. Where are your social networks? volunteer fundraising group political party Spanish class book club Run for the Cure temple parent-teacher group support group neighbourhood yard sale synagogue Canadian Cancer Society family reunion photography club hiking group church Friends of the Library night club community group Alzheimer Society of Ontario
  8. How do you stay connected? in-person meetings telephone email messages listservs newsletters website
  9. Generation i
  10. Join the Conversation by Joseph Jaffe
  11. Who is Generation i?
  12. Generation i “This is the generation that has nothing to do with age but is all about mind-set.”
  13. Generation i “Generation i is not who you think. It’s not just the youngsters anymore, the geeks, the game-playing kids”
  14. Generation i “anyone young at heart, any person with a zest and zeal for life...any human who gets the social side of media.”
  15. Generation i “Generation i is not defined by a demographic or by a psychographic.”
  16. Which is Generation i?
  17. Collaboration!
  18. everyone contributes photos ~ reviews ~ recommendations ~ stories t ag s
  19. Social Networking Tools? Web 2.0 Social media New media Social networking tools
  20. Are you onFacebook?
  21. Who is on Facebook? Students Parents Libraries Businesses People you know
  22. OALT/ABO link
  23. Library Technicians of Ontario Schools
  24. MySpace
  25. link
  26. LinkedIn
  27. LinkedIn “Facebook for business”
  28. Flickr
  29. Twitter
  30. “What are you doing?”
  31. 140 text characters
  32. Virtual worlds
  33. You purchase the stuffed animal...
  34. ...and it comes with a key to its virtual world counterpart
  35. Geared toward younger children
  36. Activities for the one child, unless you have family/friends who share their code with you
  37. Items to “buy” for your pet
  38. Play games to earn points with which to buy the items
  39. Older children sign up for penguin characters (avatars)
  40. Safety and privacy are addressed
  41. Children’s Safety Online Never give out personal information, such as real name, age, location, phone number or school.
  42. Children’s Safety Online Never share your password with anyone except your parents. Someone else might use your password and pretend to be you, give out your personal information or do something that may get you into trouble.
  43. Children’s Safety Online Tell your parents if someone says or does something on the Internet that makes you uncomfortable, or if someone asks you for personal information.
  44. Children’s Safety Online Choose a username that does not reflect your real identity. Avoid names that are in any way suggestive, even if they seem innocent to you.
  45. Children’s Safety Online Avoid chat rooms that are not monitored by moderators. Source: http://www.clubpenguin.com/parents/player_safety.htm
  46. http://getnetwise.org/
  47. ALA - Great Web Sites for Kids
  48. ...and Second Life? Libraries? In virtual world Second Life???
  49. first law library in Second Life
  50. “face-to-face” meetings of people in different geographic locations
  51. Wikinomics book reading by Don Tapscott (in red chair)
  52. Second Life law office of Davis LLP link
  53. Benjamin Noble, Second Life avatar for Davis LLP lawyer
  54. is there more?
  55. Can social networking save Canadian culture?
  56. bpNichol beta site by ArtMob - http://www.bpnichol.ca
  57. and the BIG question...
  58. Can social networks help you...
  59. Set Sail? Photo by: http2007 used under Creative Commons
  60. Social networking build & maintain relationships with family, friends, colleagues, clients or patrons
  61. Social networking transcends geography
  62. Social networking helps us find others with the same interests, no matter how specific or esoteric
  63. Social networking helps us see other points of view
  64. Social networking makes the world a little smaller
  65. Should libraries be in online social networks?
  66. Challenges!! sign up for a Facebook account & join a group comment on a blog sign up for Flickr and comment on a photo comment on another blog sign for LinkIn, connect to me
  67. Privacy Commissioner of Canada: http://tinyurl.com/2wkxhz
  68. OCLC Report Sharing, Privacy and Trust in Our Networked World
  69. Where do you find time for social media? Clay Shirky video - http://tinyurl.com/5o79x3
  70. Thank you Connie Crosby Crosby Group Consulting 416-919-6719 conniecrosby@gmail.com http://conniecrosby.blogspot.com