Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Blogging for Your SBDC - Roger and Amelia go to Chicago

As some of you know, Roger and I will be presenting at next week's ASBDC conference in Chicago. As part of our presentation, "Blogging for Your SBDC: Implementing Web 2.0 Technologies at Your Center", we've created a page of resources related to blogging and other Web 2.0 stuff. Some of these resources I've blogged about before, but now they are in one place, along with with links to blogs and other 2.0 creations from SBDC centers around the country.

Enjoy:

Blogging for Your SBDC: Resources
(This list is by no means exhaustive, but is designed to give you a few more ideas about how to use Web 2.0 technologies, and how they are being used by other SBDC centers.)

Blogs & Blogging:

40+ Free Blog Hosts from Mashable.com
Trading Links - Any Real Value? by Gail Hornback
Copyright & Fair Use Overview: Website Permissions from Stanford University

Existing SBDC Blogs:
Clarion SBDC (PA) Knowledgebase
Hawai`i Business Research Library News Blog
Coastal Bend SBDC (TX)
Georgia SBDC
North Country SBDC (NY) BizConnect Blog

RSS:

Build a Feed from Virginia’s Community Colleges (turn RSS feed into javascript for html pages)
100 Cool Things You Can do with RSS by Alisa Miller, Accredited Degrees
Choosing an RSS reader, Search Engine Watch

Podcasts:

iTunes - Making a Podcast articles
Audacity – Free Sound Editor and Recorder
How to Create Your Own Podcast - A Step-by-Step Tutorial, About.com

SBDC Podcasts:
Georgia SBDC
Raritan Valley Community College SBDC
Shasta College SBDC
SBA Podcasts (Including several recordings from PA SBDCs)

Twitter:
All a Twitter: Want to Try Microblogging? School Library Journal
Psst! Are you Twittering yet? Federal Computing Weekly

SBDCs on Twitter:
nys_sbdc (NY)
MBowers030 (Ohio)
NorthMetroSBDC (Colorado)

Facebook:

Top 10 Business Applications for Facebook, Duct Tape Marketing
Why You Need to Make a Facebook Fan Page for Your Website Now, Search Engine Journal

SBDCs on Facebook:
Fan Pages:
Greater Louisville
NYS SBDC
Group Pages:
California
LMU Small Business Development Center

Learn and Play:

Links related to various "23 Things" Web 2.0 learning programs, Stephen Abram
Go2Web2.0 - Web 2.0 Sites Directory

2 comments:

Matt Lee said...

This looks like it'll be a neat session - good luck! Will it be video- or audio-taped? Any way to get it online? Full disclosure: I'm not an SBDC counselor.

Roger Owen Green said...

Matt - No videotape, no audiotape. But we can make some links and other info available. And yes, we know you're not an SBDC person, Matt. E-mail me personally - I know you have it somewhere - to remind me.