Featured Social Media Resources
An analysis of current social media practices at Quote…Unquote by corps member Erica Jones.
A variety of social media initiatives started by corps member Sam Kaplan.
A Video & Social media Wiki developed by corps member Mike Ewing which acts as an overview of tools and strategies nonprofits can use to produce and distribute videos over the Internet. This includes a discussion of the use of social media and video by nonprofits generally and specific step-by-step instructions on how to distribute videos online.
Link to Wiki:
A Social Media Curriculum created by Corps member Melissa Niiya for a train-the-trainers with small business counsellors workshop at the Little Tokyo Service Center in California.
elearning course about using Facebook or Twitter developed by corps member Colin Pizarek. Colin did all media creation and production work including all the graphics, animation, and audio recording of the narrative. Colin also developed the use of elearning tools at his host organization, Idealware.
Take the course here: https://salsa.democracyinaction.org/o/957/p/salsa/event/common/public/?e…
A poster created by corps member Carolyn Braunius to encourage the use of the #barnraising hashtag at the WGXC Radio Barnraising Event. The hashtagged media was then used to create a website with all crowdsourced content: www.mediasanctuary.tv
How to maintain the new Southern Food and Beverage Museum Website and Social Networks
A “How-to” manual created by corps members Kelsey Parris for the Southern Food and Beverage Museum staff to maintain their website and social media.
A blog about tree planting in Portland, Oregon. Created by corps member Toshio Suzuki. Visit http://friendsoftrees.org/blog/.
This Social Media Report shows the results of a survey given to members visiting the Community Center of Saint Bernard. It is useful in providing this information in a meaningful and engaging format.
Guidelines and policies for staff members who are using the social networking tool Twitter. Created by VISTA Mary Chant at MicroMentor.