It’s the Community, Stupid! Take 2 at the CUPRAP Conference in Hersey, PA

March 11th, 2009 Karine Joly 5 Comments

I’m giving this presentation (an updated version of the keynote speech I gave at the eduWeb conference in July 2008) today (in about 30 minutes) at the CUPRAP conference. It’s the first part of a workshop about social media. Mike Richwalsky presents the second part.

Here are my slides available on Slideshare:

Here are links to the online videos recorded by some higher ed community managers for this presentation:

Ann White from OCU

Adam Stahr from UNL

Rachel Reuben from SUNY New Paltz

Mike Caulfied formerly from Keene State College

Stewart Foss from eduStyle

At the end of my presentation, I’m inviting all the conference participants (and you, my dear readers) to share the secrets behind the success of their social media initiatives and online communities. So, feel free to post your secrets and lessons learned in a comment below.

5 Responses

  1. Howard says:

    Thanks for posting all this content. Definitely great content.

  2. Karine Joly says:

    Thanks, Howard.
    Love your blog – keep up the good work!

  3. Drew says:

    This is a powerful post. Loving the videos. Your presentation would’ve been great for my colleagues. Thanks for posting the powerpoint.

  4. Karine Joly says:

    Thanks, Drew.

    I do have a recording (audio and slides – videos might not be totally cued though) if you want to share with your colleagues.

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