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  • ii.

    Wikis in Plain English - www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dnL00TdmLY&feature=related

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      This site helps teach the concept of wikis.

  • iii.

    Twitter-http://twitter.com

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    Twitter in Plain English - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddO9idmax0o&feature=channel

    • 1.

      This site helps teach the concept of Twitter

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    Blogs in Plain English - www.youtube.com/watch?v=NN2I1pWXjXI&feature=channel

    • 1.

      This site helps teaches the concept of blogs.

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    Facebook

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    If setting up a FB account, someone must be the administrator.

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    Can use the social networking pages to advertise events and job openings.

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    Administrators don’t need to check the account, if they don’t want to.

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    “Friends” can be “ignored”, allowing for more control over the people who use

the account and post.

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    MySpace

    • 1.

      This application is not as widely used by college students as Facebook is.

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      Bebo

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        LinkedIn a professional social networking site, used for professional oriented purposes, vs. personal.

      • x.

        Istudentservices.com used for professional networking for student affairs professionals.

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    Invite Services

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        Podcasting in Plain English - www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-SL42NV3c&feature=channel

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        UTube - www.youtube.com

  • k.

    Live Feed

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        Ustream

  • l.

    News feeds

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        RSS use for updating people on a more consistent basis. This tends to work well when you are either at your computer all the time, or have a smart phone; which accesses the information.

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        Yahoo.com has a good site for managing RSS feeds. Gmail is another service to use.

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. T-shirt design

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    www.customink.com/lab

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    www.zazzle.com/custom/tshirts/sem/teeshirts

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    www.uberprints.com/studio

Leadership wired newsletter - www.giantimpact.com/newsletters/aboutnews/ Leadership development-www.leadershipdevelopment.com Leadership activities-http://workshopexercises.com Leadership Institute-www.leadersinstitute.com/resource/ Team Building http://www.teambuildinginc.com/ei_news.htm Various links http://www.aapa.org/toolbox/LeadershipLinks.html

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    Professional Development

    • a.

      Matthew Chase, Ph.D, Recreation and Leisure Services, Eastern Washington University presented “X’s and Y’s and Boomers: Bridging generations for resilience in the workforce”

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        A PDF copy of the handout will be available on the website. http://www.wrpatoday.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=%2BlVeoC1CKY4%3D&tabid=67

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        Presentation resources included: Center for Creative Leadership and Banff Centre for Management, Ronald Hiefetz (adaptive leadership concepts, Kennedy School of Government faculty).

      • iii.

        Various issues introduced included: intergenerational social interactions, 24 hour access vs. life balance issues, outmoded educational models related to intergenerational management characteristics, use of technology, determining skill sets as related to the lens through which you build a team or manage a department, remember that research

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