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SMW Panel: From Citizen Journalism to Hacktivism

Simon Lindgren (Umeâ University) has posted audio from the Social Media Week panel I participated in with Shawn Carrie (OWS/OccupySandy/OccupyData), David Huerta (CryptoParty NYC), Gregory Rosenthal (Free University NYC), and Laura Scherling (Green Space NYC). The panel — “From Citizen Journalism to Hacktivism: How to successfully use social media in grassroots campaigns” — was moderate by Simon and focused on experience-sharing, networking, and identifying pitfalls as well as best practices for harnessing the power of social media in grassroots endeavors.

I spoke on my experiences establishing and co-coordinating the OpenCUNY Academic Medium at the CUNY Graduate Center:

 

Audio of my co-panelists discussing their impressive work here: Shawn Carrie on OWS/OccupySandy/OccupyDataDavid Huerta on CryptoParty NYCGregory Rosenthal on Free University NYC, and Laura Scherling on Green Space NYC.

OpenCUNY.org Roundtable on Fostering Student-Based Media @ CUNY IT Conference

12/2/11>>9:30AM-10:45AM>>John Jay College CUNY>>MORE INFO
OpenCUNY.org Roundtable on Fostering Student-Based Media @ CUNY IT Conference

OpenCUNY Workshop: Fri 4/29

From OpenCUNY:

OpenCUNY is hosting its first site-building workshop for the CUNY Graduate Center community on Friday, April 29, from 1-3pm in 5409. This free, hands-on workshop is open to all levels of participants and will cover both basic WordPress questions and more advanced topics according to the needs of workshop attendees … plus … free pizza!

Walk-ins are welcome, but we strongly encourage registering for the workshop so we know how many to plan for: http://opencuny.org/info/2011/04/08/workshop01/.



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