I gave a keynote presentation at the Midwest Regional Conference for the Presbyterian Communicators Network. In that presentation I discussed some ideas related to “Communicating Faith in a Web 2.0 World.” If you are interested in the presentation, here are some links that you can check out:
- Outline of Presentation (PDF) – You can download the outline I used to give the presentation
- Watch Presentation – I have uploaded the entire 1 hour presentation. There is no editing and the quality isn’t amazing, but you’ll get to see and hear the entire presentation, including some Q&A and dialogue with the conference participants.
- Slides used in Presentation – Finally, if you want to see the slides from the presentation more clearly, you can check them out here. They go by pretty quickly, but you can push pause to see them better.
While putting together the presentation, I found a lot of helpful resources, and wanted to be able to share those with folks as well. Below you can see a list of the resources that I used specifically for the presentation and others I just think that folks might be interested in.
- Digital Ethnography with Dr. Michael Wesch @ Kansas State University
- Rhett Smith’s series on Formulating on Online Strategy for College Ministry (he addresses the following new media: websites, blogs, Facebook, Twitter, social networks (Facebook, MySpace, Ning and ROOV), Flickr, YouTube and Wikis)
- This is what 2.0 Means
- Wikipedia’s definition of Web 2.0
- Carrie Newcomer’s song, “Don’t Push Send”
- “Your Own Personal Gutenberg” by Shawn Coons and Neal Locke
- “Blogging 101” by Adam Walker Cleaveland
- “Blogging as Spiritual Discipline and Pastoral Practice” by Bruce Reyes-Chow
- “The Case for Facebook and other Social Networks” by Bruce Reyes-Chow