Thank you to everyone who came to our session this morning (Building, Managing, and Participating in Online Communities: Avoiding Culture Shock Online). Word on the street is that we had about 150 people in the audience.
As I mentioned during our talk – here is the Online Communities Comparison Chart. Please let me know if you have any issues accessing this document and feel free to share it with anyone you like.
If you had questions you were unable to ask during the session – please feel free to post them as comments below or send me a message via my Contact Form. I will be sure to pass questions along to all the members of our panel. I also plan to update this post with links to everyone’s slides as they appear online.
Slides from our talk:
- Mark’s slides on Slideshare: Online Presence and Participation
- Deborah Wythe’s slides available on SAA’s site: Archives on Flickr Commons (it’s not your mother’s audience anymore). She has also made a full paper available via SAA as well.
SAA has posted video of our presentation on facebook. The one I have linked to is the first of 7 segments. To view each in order, keep clicking ‘previous’ to view the next video.
- SAA2009: Building, Managing and Participating in Online Communities
- A History of Our Own, Representing Communities and Identities on the Web (SAA09: Session 202)
- Archival Collections Online: Reaching Audiences Beyond The Edge of Campus (SAA09: Session 405)
- SAA2008: Revealing Archival Collections at the Web’s Surface (Session 102)