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<ul><li> 1. Your LearningInnovation inDevelopment</li></ul> <p> 2. Social MediaWhats yourdefinition? 3. Web 1.0 static 4. Everyone can create content. 5. Conversation image: 2 people Social Media is about dialogue 6. Which of the following platformsdo you use?1.Facebook2.LinkedIn3.Twitter4.Google+5.A blogging site 7. DISCLAIMER: 8. Why do clientscome to UNDP? 9. ug ht Thoip ad er shLe 10. Coming up:Policy Services forSustainable DevelopmentUNDP SpeakersCorner 11. What makes up yourDigital Footprint? 12. How many of the four first hitson Google refer to you and notsomeone else with your name? 13. How many of the first four hitsare web pages that you havecontrol over?Content you generated yourself? 14. [Infographic]How To Rank ForYour Name In Google(Hint: Use Social Media Sites) 15. Find Your Footprints:Google / Klout / PiplSet Up Social Media Profiles:LinkedIn / Teamworks /Google+ / Slideshare /Facebook/ Twitter 16. Listen to Conversations: Development &amp; Feminist Blogs /LinkedIn Groups / TwitterContribute: Comment on Blogs / Write 1stPublic Blog on Our Perspective / Shareyour work on Teamworks &amp; public sites 17. Whats yourobjective?Whos your audience? 18. Advocacy -How can social mediahelp UNDP achieveour objectives? 19. Why should UNDP use social media? 20. 36 Million facebook.com/undp 21. Interactive Dialogues 22. Article on Social Media campaigns for IWD 2012(Mashable) 23. @UNICEFs #SahelNOW Twitter campaign on CNN [#sahelnow on #CNN screenshot] 24. Position Knowledge Products inConversations (blogs, networks anddiscussion groups) and on Platforms(Slideshare, Issuu).Show Thought Leadership through Blogging.Live-Tweet to highlight important events.Contribute to corporate social mediaaccounts. 25. LearningandSocial Media 26. Most lear ning happensthr ough exper iences andinter actions at thewor kplace. nally and we learW e lear n inf or monline.her s; of f line andf r om ot 27. How much of yourlearning is invisible? 28. How much of yourwork is invisible? 29. Make the invisible visibleThink of the right audience internal and/orexternal?We all have something to share: what is relevantfor others?Ask before starting a project; share during.Create your Personal Learning Networks. 30. Innovation inDevelopment 31. Real-Time Reporting http://undp.akvoapp.org http://undp.akvoapp.org /http://www.akvo.org/web/akvo-rsr 32. ITS NOT ABOUT TOOLSOR PLATFORMS.COMMUNICATIONSPARADIGMS HAVECHANGED.ITS ABOUTCOMPETENCIES. 33. Social Awareness - Identify networks andaudiences, adapt to their modes ofcommunication &amp; collaborationCritical Thinking Evaluate content, checkvalidity, contextualizeICT Skills Identify right tools for businesscase, learn to use applications 34. Whats your objective?Whos your audience?What do clients want? 35. e ti me. t wastDon nal tip.A fi Social Media Time Management An 18-Minute Plan for Managing your Day Harvard Business Review blog on social media 36. Thank you! 37. Blogs on Developmentthe Guardian, Global DevelopmentTexas in Africa: an academic blog about Development Impact: News, views,Blogosphere (has a large list of goodAfrican politics, security, development, &amp; methods, and insights from the world ofDevelopment related blogs etc.)advocacy impact evolution http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/series/global-development-blogosphere http://texasinafrica.blogspot.com/http://blogs.worldbank.org/impactevaluations/Owen abroad: Thoughts on developmentLets talk Development: a blog hostedChris Blattman: Internationaland beyondby the World Banks Chief Economistdevelopment, politics, economics, and policy www.owen.org/bloghttp://blogs.worldbank.org/developmenttalk/ www.chrisblattman.comAIDWATCH: just asking the aid benefit the Aid Thoughts: Digesting the difficult Karen Grepins Global Heal Blogpoordecisions of developmentwww.karengrepin.com www.aidwatchers.comwww.aidthoughts.orgBlood and Milk: Examining international Texas in Africa: an academic blog about Texas in Africa: an academic blog aboutdevelopment African politics, security, development, &amp;African politics, security, development, &amp; www.bloodandmilk.org advocacyadvocacyhttp://texasinafrica.blogspot.com/http://texasinafrica.blogspot.com/World Bank Blog: OurDevelopment Impact: News, views, methods, and insightsDevelopment Marketplace: Turning Ideas into Actionfrom the world of impact evolutionhttp://blogs.worldbank.org/dmblog/ http://blogs.worldbank.org/impactevaluations/Education for Global Development: A World Bank blog on theconversation on the web. Right Now. Conflict and Development: Overcoming conflict and fragility power of investing in people http://blogs.worldbank.org/ http://blogs.worldbank.org/conflict/ http://blogs.worldbank.org/education/Development in a Changing Climate: Making our futureGovernance for Developmentsustainable http://blogs.worldbank.org/governance/ http://blogs.worldbank.org/climatechange/Lets talk Development: a blog hosted by the World BanksChief Economisthttp://blogs.worldbank.org/developmenttalk/ 38. Example: Bio of a BloggerOwen Barder- Former UK civil servant Department for International Development- Senior Fellow and Director for Europe at the Center for Global Development- Based in Washington DC- Associate of the British Institute for GovernmentCan be followed on Twitter @owenbarder 39. Womans Empowerment / GenderSome blogs &amp; twitter feeds 40. MoreTwitter feedsOn Gender and Development 41. Avoid mistakes.Know the rules. 42. Think about CNN, your mother and your bossDont use the emblems or the UNDP logotype on personal blogs or social media profilesStay focused on your jobCheck UNDPs Social Media Guidelines 43. Reacting to negative comments 44. We should stop calling social mediasocial media but media as allmedia will soon be inherently social.Information on development cannow be found at the local level todrive global discussions and createchange.- Rami Khater, Al Jazeera Senior NewMedia Producer </p>