I was recently asked to give a four hour workshop on Online Engagement, part of a four part series on “Social Media for Social Change,” presented by Hollyhock and Octopus strategies. Below is my list of slides, and here’s a link to Facebook Group we started, so we can all stay in touch and follow each other projects.
If you attended the workshop (or even if you didn’t) and you have questions, leave them in the comment form below, or email me directly: jordan[at]strutta.com.
Update: Worth noting that Mashable published an article today on how the US Government is using social media to engage with the public.
Allan Cole Roberts recently wrote this about myself, my wife, my brother, my sister and my son. My mom wanted us to post it on one of our sites.
I try to be a good son, so here goes:
The Behans. If there ever was the ‘Royal Family’ of Vancouver social media circles, they take the cake. Janis, Wes, Jordan, Alex, Jaxon… the list is long (I could continue but you get the idea). If there is a family out there with a broader social media presence, I’d love to hear about them. Not that it’s a contest or anything, but it’s bloody impressive the reach the ‘Behan’ name has in Vancouver! Smart cookies they are!
That’s kind of you to say! Allan, as it turns out, is also the photographer that recently took some headshots for Alex and Janis:
Sandwich Club at work, the Thanksgiving Edition. This is how we eat at work all the time. No, seriously.
My latest edit- The Family Ties intro, remade with the folks from work:
View it in full HD: “Rollin with Jaxon in HD” on Vimeo.
A test of the Joby Gorillapod SLR-Zoom with the Canon tx1, rolling through South Granville in the Bugaboo stroller with my main man. Also a test of time lapse features in iLife ’09.