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Research issues

Web 2.0 problems

How to fund the research initiatives needed on web 2.0 interventions for web 2.0 problems e.g. sexting, online bullying etc.

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Examples and use of Ning

Get some practical examples out there, for any conference set up a Ning group to enhance it before, during and after...so people can learn by doing

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Privacy & Risk

Privacy and fear of risk/data protection etc

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Integrating technology

Social care staff get into the field to help people not to become an ICT professional. ICT technologies need to make their lives easier - not more difficult. And need to be viewed as 'integrated with work' not an add-on.

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Culture & time

Culture shift of mindsets. Allocating workers the time to explore social network sites rather than 'train' them

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Communication skills

Major practice issue is that inspection reports across Scotland indicate that communication skills with children and young people in a face to face context are poor. What chance social networking?!!!

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Sharing knowledge about internet practice

How can we gather social work knowledge about practice on the Internet, on the Internet?

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Age and social network sites

Workforce willing to accept social networking as a serious professional tool? Age demographic a barrier to this?

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Access & unblocking

There were four post-its on this theme:

 

Allowing practitioner access online during working hours - unblocking sites but also alerting when they've been unblocked.

Access to web tools (IT blocking).

Unblocking the barriers http://www.interactivecharter.org/

Support Tim's 50 barriers work to chunk down 'the problem' into byte-sized peices.

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Managing digital outreach

For practice managers who know they should support digital outreach but are worried their staff will spend hours surfing Bebo...setup a recurring Google service to alert then to local activity.

 

@timdavies has created a 'how to' for this - see his website.

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Embedding social network sites

Embedding the use of online social networks for information sharing...a policy

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Assessment and social network sites

Are social network sites "private"? Should social workers look at them as part of assessment?

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