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Training 2.0 Using Web 2.0 for Training and Technical Assistance

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Using Web 2.0 for Training and Technical Assistance

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Most tasks are learned from

day-to-day, informal interaction, not formal instruction.

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How can you use social media tools to enhance the training and

development of your project staff?

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Easily broadcast important information

Create expert interviews

Share conference sessions

Encourage learner content production

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Stay connected

Easily share updates

Quickly post recent information

Promote upcoming events

Disseminate best practices and share resources

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Video On Demand

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Video On Demand

Demonstrate skills on video for easy referral

Video updates with news and information

Video record workshops and sessions

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Photo and Slide Sharing

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Photo and Slide Sharing

Event support and continuation

Group discussion of shared presentations

Embedding of presentations in sites and blogs

Maintain stock of training photos

Encourage member/chapter photo sharing

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Virtual Worlds

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Virtual Worlds

Virtual conferences and seminars

Resource “island” for education

Team meetings and collaboration spaces


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Social Bookmarks

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Social Bookmarks

Collect, share resources

Transmit as feed to your sites and blogs

Supplement events and on-demand training

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Collaborative knowledge from team

Collaborative management of resources

Create a community of practice to facilitate communication, share knowledge, and generate effective practices

Organize, consolidate and archive processes and procedures for large planning events like Days of Service or conferences

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Social Networking

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Social Networking

Team and community support

Aggregation of social media applications

Information about events

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Group Sharing

In your groups – share ideas and best practices for how you will use social media and web 2.0

tools for TTA

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Productivity and Efficiency

Firewall, security and bandwidth issues



Participation, or lack thereof


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What's Next

Explore and experiment

Pick the right approach for the context

Blend where appropriate

Avoid pitfalls

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SlideShare of Presentation and Noteshttp://www.slideshare.net/jmortonscott

eLearning 2.0 Web Bookhttp://blog.missiontolearn.com/2008/02/learning-20-ebook-free

e-Organizer: e-Tools for Grassroots Organizing! On the Resource Centerwww.NationalService.gov/Resources

The eLearning Guildwww.elearningguild.com

*Portions Adapted from Jeff Cobb – Mission to Learn