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Five Steps To Khmer 2.0
Social Media Game: Khmer Style
Five Steps To Khmer 5.0
Five Steps to Khmer Web 2.0
Beth Kanter, Beth's Blog
Cover Photo by
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This presentation was remixed from
which was based on Marnie Webb's T
en Ways To Use Web 2.0 to Change The World
I also created another version for
University Extension professionals
Web 2.0 Definition: Using the Internet to instantly collaborate, share information, and have a conversation with people about ideas we care about.
The Machine is Us/ing Us
by Michael Wesch
A music video that explains Web2.0 in less than 5 minutes and quickly became one of the
most popular videos
in the blogosphere with more than 70,000 views on YouTube. He leads the
digital ethnography group
at Kansas State University.
What is Web2.0?
by Tim O'Reilly
The first and most influential concept paper on Web2.0. September, 2005
Weblogged-Ed - The Read/Write Classroom
by Will Richardson
Covers the use of Web2.0 in education.
Complete Collection of Web2.0 for Nonprofits
Step 1: Find People Who Care About Cambodia and Want To Read Your Blog
from Cambodia and Beyond
, requested permission to use
How To Use Technorati
Technorati lets you find other bloggers and conversations about topics that you are interested in.
How To Search Technorati
-Use search box
-Find blog posts, blogs, video, and photos w/keywords
How To Claim Your Blog on Technorati
-Fill out profile
-Claim your blog using quick method
How To Search Technorati
23 Things: Not So Technical With Technorati
Start a spreadsheet – gather blog name, url, blogger names, bios, contact info, topics of interest.
Find a few good blogs – After Technorati, also try finding bloggers on
Google Blog Search
Blog Search Engine
Check out the Blogroll
Network with the Bloggers – when you reach out to individual bloggers, always ask “What other blogs do you read?”
Network with Influential – ask people in the know (activists, reporters, organizational leaders, highly rated in Technorati) “What blogs do you read?”
from New Organizing Institute
Step 2: Have A Conversation
, requested permission
How to have a conversation
Read someone's blog post and start a conversation:
Before you leave a comment, ask yourself:
What did they say well?
What did they miss?
What are other people saying
How does it apply to you
Ask what if?
How To Add Blogging Conversations
by Darren Rowse
Examples of Good Conversation in Cambodian Blogosphere and Beyond
Blogging Does Anyone Tell You To Stop
Details Are Sketchy -
Resource: Pro Blogger:
How to Comment Like King or Queen
by Coolcat Teacher Blog
Strategic Blog Commenting A Screencast
by Amy Gahran
Strategic Blog Commenting
: Blog Post by Amy Gahran
by Alan Levine
Step 3: Listen
Web 2.0 is about listening to people and paying attention to what they say. Your blog readers, people who link to you, and commenters. This good way to bring attention and readers to your blog.
Three ways to listen
Technorati Watchlist (screencast) This is an easy way to have Technorati search blogs for people who are talking about your post or link to your blog.
Google Alert (screencast)
Google Alert lets you track anything on the Web that shows up in Google's search. Simply enter keywords or phrases you want to track on the site (after going through the simple, free Google Alert registration process).
How To Steps
Install a free
to see who is linking (
Instructions for different blog platforms
RSS Reader - Bloglines
Step-by-Step Instructions for Bloglines
to Using Bloglines
YouTube Video Showing how to Add Feeds
What is it?
RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication” and is a file format for delivering regularly updated information over the web.
Just think about the websites and news information sources you visit. It takes time to visit those sites and find the text you want to read. RSS is a way for you to visit all those sites in one place and instantly find the new information. You need to use a free piece of web software called a RSS reader. Bloglines is one reader I'm going to show you how to use.
A few RSS Readers:
Step 4: Share
One way to make sure your content is shareable is use
license. It makes it easy for incorporate your work (if that is your intent) and will help you connect with more people.
A scheme for licensing content to others for reuse (“content sharing”)
Not a replacement for copyrights
Reduce time and cost of granting permission
Enlist constituents and other organizations in helping you spread your message
Reach constituents outside of your immediate circle
Choosing a Creative Commons License
The Basic Building Blocks
. You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work — and derivative works based upon it — but only if they give credit the way you request.
. You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your work — and derivative works based upon it — but for noncommercial purposes only
No Derivative Works
. You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform only verbatim copies of your work, not derivative works based upon it.
. You allow others to distribute derivative works only under a license identical to the license that governs your work.
When you’ve made your choices, you’ll get the appropriate license expressed in three ways:
Commons Deed. A simple, plain-language summary of the license, complete
with the relevant icons.
Legal Code. The fine print that you need to be sure the license will stand up in court.
You should then include a Creative Commons “Some Rights Reserved” button on your site, near your work.
How To Choose A License and Put It On Your Site
Photo from Flickr by
Stuck In Customs
How To Find and Use Content Licensed By Creative Commons
Step 5: Collaborate
Tags used to describe the above photo
is the practice of saving bookmarks to a public web site and describing them with tags. You register with a social bookmarking site, typically a free service, which lets you store bookmarks, add tags of your choice, and designate your individual bookmarks as public or private. You can search for resources by keyword, person, or popularity and see the public bookmarks, tags, and classification schemes that users have created and saved. They typically give you a little tool called a “bookmarklet” that is on your browser toolbar. When you get to a web site you like, you click on the tool, and it saves the bookmark into the web service
Using a social bookmarking tool like del.icio.us, anyone see your bookmarks and you can republish them on your blog using a badge. You can also use a "community tag" so everyone can share. We have "NPTECH" tag that people who work in nonprofit technology use to share information.
What is Tagging and Social Bookmarking
How to Register for Del.icio.us
(it is free)
How to Use the Network and Links For You to follow and share bookmarks
How to navigate your bookmarks
How to discover other resources - the social aspect
How to subscribe to a tag stream with RSS
How to publish your bookmark list on your blog
NpTech Tag: An Example of A Community Tag
help on how to format text
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