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2010
The Communication Process
Organization: Business Care Consulting
Project: Principles of Writing for the Web Effectively

This presentation covers interpersonal communication in a broad sense. It explains interpersonal communications in terms of messenger, message and audience, and how all three relate to each other.

2010
Using Social Media in Education
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: Partnership School Project in Oman (and the Middle East)

This document lists social media sites that were touched upon in the presentation, "Using Social Media in Education." The sites are classified according to type of social media, and each site has a short description of each.

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2010
Investigative Journalism: Social Media Platforms
Organization: Business Care Consulting
Project: Principles of Writing for the Web Effectively

This presentation gives an overview of various social media platforms on the web, such as Facebook and Blogger. It includes practical instructions on how to do effective Google searches and how to upload videos to YouTube.

2010
Presentation - Using Social Media in Education: How Social Media Can Help Teachers
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: Partnership School Project in Oman (and the Middle East)

This presentation focuses on how social media can be used in education. The presenters explain what types of social media are available, how they can be used when teaching a course, advantages and disadvantages, as well as risks and gains.

2010
Investigative Journalism: Writing for the Internet
Organization: Business Care Consulting
Project: Principles of Writing for the Web Effectively

This presentation focuses on effective writing for the Internet. It goes over several styles for effectively communicating information in a brief format, which is preferred by online readers.

2011
Effective Website Design and Integration of New Media for Outreach
Organization: International Republican Institute (IRI)

This presentation from a two-day training focuses on new media campaigns and using the Internet as a tool for enhancing readership and promoting messages. Three proposed goals are: answering why, improving relevance and increasing activity. Examples of types of content, design, delivery and an action plan are included.

2011
Guide to Producing PSAs
Organization: International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)

This guide provides information about  Public Service Announcements (PSAs). PSAs aim to change public opinion about a particular issue, and/or motivate the public to change behaviors.

2011
Guide to Twitter
Organization: International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
Project: Social Media | Social Action for Good Governance

This resource describes the basic steps for using Twitter. The manual describes how the popular social networking site represents an international social media revolution that can lead to effective social and national mobilization. It focuses on how Twtter gave citizens, especially in the Arab world, a stronger voice and an opportunity to express views freely and without constraints.

2011
Guide to Producing Viral Videos
Organization: International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
Project: Strengthen Political Parties and Improve the Transparency of Electoral Systems in North Africa

This resource offers a basic guide to  viral video clips, which become popular through video sharing websites and e-mails, as well as through social media networks such as Twitter and Facebook. The guide gives information in a question and answer format.

2011
Workshop 1: Social Media and Networked NGOs for Civil Society Overview and Strategic Planning
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: E-Mediat

This presentation for E-Mediat's Workshop 1 includes two days of training material: Introduction to Social Media; and Creating a Social Media Strategy Plan. For each day, an agenda, framing, outcomes and learning objectives are included. A highlight is the discussion of networked NGOs understanding the difference between traditional and social media, and the role of social networks in civil society. Instructions are provided for trainers to customize and localize the material. The intended third day of the training was for coaching.

2011
E-Mediat: Electronic Media Tools, Technology & Training website
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: E-Mediat

E-Mediat is a public-private partnership providing new media training to NGOs throughout the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Managed by the Institute for International Education, the URL is http://www.emediat.org/. Country pages are included with tools and success stories.


2011
Trainer's Guide: Workshop 1 - Social Media & Networked NGOs Overview and Strategic Planning
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: E-Mediat

This presentation for E-Mediat's Workshop 1 includes two days of training material: Introduction to Social Media; and Creating a Social Media Strategy Plan. For each day, an agenda, framing, outcomes and learning objectives are included. A highlight is the discussion of networked NGOs understanding the difference between traditional and social media, and the role of social networks in civil society. Instructions are provided for trainers to customize and localize the material. The intended third day of the training was for coaching. 

2011
Workshop 3: Using Social Networks Strategically for NGOS
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: E-Mediat

This presentation for E-Mediat's Workshop 3 includes two days of training material: Facebook Strategies for NGOs; and Facebook Engagement & Twitter Strategies for NGOs. For each day, an agenda, framing, outcomes and learning objectives are included. It includes discussion about determining the intent of your Facebook page, management, measurement tool and engagement. It also focuses on Twitter as a tool - intent, efficiency and best practices.

2011
Workshop 2: Listening and Web Presence
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: E-Mediat

This presentation for E-Mediat's Workshop 2 includes two days of training material: Listening Tools and Privacy Best Practices; and Strategic Internet Presence: Websites and Blogs. For each day, an agenda, framing, outcomes and learning objectives are included. Instructions are provided for trainers to customize and localize the material. Specific listening tools are suggested, as well as privacy and security options. Also discussed is what makes an effective online "home base" and blogging tips.

2011
Trainer's Guide: Workshop 3 - Strategic Social Network Use for NGOs: Facebook & Twitter
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: E-Mediat

This guide for trainers provides details on the two days of E-Mediat's Workshop 3, as well as an overview of the five workshops in the series. It gives an outline of what is included: participant agenda, trainer's agenda/outline and workshop materials. The appendix includes a Facebook content management worksheet. The topics for the two days are: Facebook Strategies for NGOs; and Facebook Engagement & Twitter Strategies for NGOs.

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