The Power Point to support my presentation on use of Social Media in higher education. NISOD Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence, May 30 2011
- 1. Tweet! Tweet! A Boomers Perspective on Using Social Media to Engage Students & More Lawrence G. Miller Chief Academic Officer Snead State Community College (AL)
2. Tweet! Tweet! A Boomers Perspective on Using Social Media to Engage Students & More 3. My Social Media Cred
- Six years of experience with Social Media, starting with Facebook
- Created multiple Facebook groups and pages, includingThe World Would Be a Better Place if We All Wore Hawaiian Shirts on Friday
- Routinely use Facebook to communicate with students and others
- Twitter ranking 90 with nearly 500 followers
4. 10 Social Media Statistics that Might Surprise You
- 3 out of 5 Facebook users access the site more than once per day & the younger the user, the more they log on.
- Men are more likely to use Twitter or YouTube.
- Woman are more likely to go on Facebook multiple times per day.
- Some of the most staggering growth has been in in the 55 plus market. Over 40% of 55+ social networkers have been registered on the sites for less than two years!
- 28% of Facebook users are over 55.
(Source: Social Media Citizens, April 2011) 5. 10 Social Media Statistics that Might Surprise You
- Men & youngsters are more likely to be influenced by what they read on social media and more likely to engage by commenting and interacting.
- Of the market of 18-24 year olds, 62% interact through comments and mentions
- Of the market of 55+ users, only 32% interact through comments and mentions
- On social media sites, men like sports newspapers, radio, financial services and music
- Women tend to follow fashion, beauty, food
(Source: Social Media Citizens, April 2011) 6. Surprising Facts About Social Media in America
- More People Are Active on Social Networks Than Are Not - 5 2% of Americans have a profile on Facebook, Linkedin, MySpace or elsewhere
- Twitter is a Tiny Sliver - T witter is used by just 8% of Americans (compared to 51% for Facebook).
- Twitter is Incredibly Diverse
- 55% of Twitter uses are White, followed by 22% African-American, 15% Hispanic, and 3% Asian.
- This is of course substantially more diverse than the population overall, and markedly more diverse than Facebook.
Convince & Convert Blog,May 27, 2011 7. The Emergence ofSuper Socials
- One-third of Americans with a profile on a social network use sites several times per day or more
- Super Socials = 46 million & increase 20% a year
- Super Socials Love Twitter but Use Multiples
- 23% of the super socials use Twitter
- 98% of super socials use Facebook
- Super Socials use and worship their Smartphones
- 56% of the super socials use Smartphones (US = 31%)
- 64% would choose to keep their phone over TV
Jay BaerConvince & Convert Blog,May 27, 2011 8. Super Socials 9. WhyFlickris Such a Powerful Learning Tool
- Most learners learn through visuals
- It is so big that there is a good chance you will find what you need to illustrate some learning point
- Through theCreative Commonsfeature, one can be certain of no copyright issues
- With its limited social media capacity, one can still find communities of learners to work with
10. My Flickr Cred
- As of yesterday at noon, my images were viewed487,317times
- I had 16,186items on Flickr
- Of the 10 Million Photo Group, I ranked number 48 of all the contributors
- Through Flickr, my photographs have been used in numerous online news stories, blogs, research projects and print publications
11. Online Use of My Flickr Photos 12. www.flickr.com 13. Flickr Data 2010
- 5 billion Photos hosted by Flickr (September 2010)
- 3000+ Photos uploaded per minute
- 130 million Photos uploaded per month
- 36 billion At the current rate, the number of photos uploaded to Facebook per year
14. Flickr Follow Ups
- How to Win Friends and Influence People A Guide to Commenting on Other Peoples Photos
- IntegrateFaceBook ,Youtube , flicker ,pocast , Twitter withASP.NetC#
15. The Power of Facebook Watch This! 16. 1371% 194% 22,956,220 7,809,800 1,561,000 India 5 184% 35% 27,665,280 20,538,740 9,759,780 Turkey 4 66% 22% 29,673,740 24,378,040 17,866,140 UK 3 1413% 69% 35,177,260 20,775,320 2,325,840 Indonesia 2 172% 35% 154,226,960 114,190,780 56,796,060 USA 1 2 Yrs 1 Yr Users 4/11 Users 4/10 Users 4/09 Country 17. 18. Facebook Data 2010
- 600 million People on Facebook at end of 2010.
- 250 million New people on Facebook in 2010.
- 30 billion Pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) shared on Facebook per month.
- 70% Share of Facebooks user base located outside the United States.
- 20 million The number of Facebook apps installed each day.
- 3+ billion Photos uploaded per month.
19. So, How Do We Use this Power at Snead State?
- Snead State has multiple pages, but its main page hasFriends (2784)
- The Wall for current information and to respond to questions
- Notesare for specific events or more detailed information
- We try to point students directly to relevant parts of our college Website
- Managed by our Marketing & PR staff
20. An Example of Using Facebook
- I used SlideShare to upload the Power Point show that will be used this afternoon for a session at NISOD
21. So, How Do I Use this Power for Snead State?
- My presence onFacebookis entirely to support what I do at the college
- Many of my postings are directional these refer people to a Website, a YouTube, or a Flickr photo
- Many are identical to my Tweets on Twitter
- I continue to add some personal content about me, my family, where I travel, etc.
- I create pages and groups that support the college, community colleges, or education
22. TwitterData 2010
- 25 billion Number of sent tweets on Twitter in 2010
- 100 million New accounts added on Twitter in 2010
- 175 million People on Twitter as of September 2010
- 7.7 million People following @ladygaga (Lady Gaga, Twitters most followed user).
23. Twitterin Higher Education What Are the Possibilities?
- Twitteris without a doubt the best way to share and discover what is happening right now@d_little_b
- a doctoral student from Lisbon, Portugal who studies social media
- the strength of Twitter is in its immediacy as a communications tool
- For the Socials, they will follow content
24. 25. A Latent Variable Model for Geographic Lexical Variation
- The growth of geotagged social media raises new computational possibilities for investigating geographic linguistic variation
- Their model recovers coherent topics and their regional variants, while identifying geographic areas of linguistic consistency
- The find that regional dialects are thriving on Twitter and local slang seems to be evolving within the social-media site
Eisenstein, OConnor, Smith & Xing, Carnegie Mellon University,Proceedings of the 2010 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing . 26. 27. Colleges & Twitter
- In general, a colleges Twitter presenceshould be aligned with the rules of your general Website policy
- Display a list of college-related Twitter accounts in the contacts area
- Remember that individuals may not fall under your college policies
28. Twitter & Education Links
- Educational Tool: Twitter
- Twitter Tweets for Higher Education
- Can We Use Twitter for Educational Activities?
- Twitter for Teachers: Home
29. 10 Most Influential Colleges on Twitter
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