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The new ART website. www.art-hivaidsnetwork.com. Introduction. My name is Pat Kartas – [email protected] I’m an Australian Red Cross volunteer This workshop is to introduce you to our new website, and to help you see how it can help you There will be tests on all topics covered!

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The new art website

The new ART website

www.art-hivaidsnetwork.com


Introduction

Introduction

  • My name is Pat Kartas – [email protected]

  • I’m an Australian Red Cross volunteer

  • This workshop is to introduce you to our new website, and to help you see how it can help you

  • There will be tests on all topics covered!

  • Operational: water/tea/coffee, bathrooms, breaks, etc.


Introductions

Introductions

  • In groups of two, introduce:

    • your name

    • where you're from

    • how long you've been with the Red Cross/Red Crescent movement

    • a little known fact about yourself

  • At the end, we all introduce each other to the larger group


We have a website

We have a website!


We have a website1

We have a website!


We have a website2

We have a website!

  • Brainstorm 1: why do organisations use websites?

  • Brainstorm 2: why does the ART network – why do we – use a website?


Who looks at our website

Who looks at our website?

We need to establish who looks at the website, so we can adjust our it to suit them best

  • What is a stakeholder?

  • Who are our website’s stakeholders?


Why and how do our stakeholders look at our website

Why, and how, do our stakeholders look at our website?

Before we can put things onto the website, we need to ask what and why we're putting them up there in the first place.

  • Pat to divide us into 4 groups

  • On your butchers paper, based upon our list of stakeholders on the whiteboard, give suggestions:

    • what information the stakeholders would come to find on the ART website

    • also why they want that information


Recap

Recap!

  • True or false game.

  • Hands on heads for 'true'

  • Hands down for 'false'

  • Winner gets a prize!


Who generates new content for our website

Who generates new content for our website?

  • Who potentially creates content?

  • It would then need to be chosen to be added to the website. Why would it be chosen?

  • What is the purpose of a piece of content being added to the website?

  • Whom would it be targeted at?


Whose job is it to update our website and why

Whose job is it to update our website, and why?

  • Whose job is it?

  • Why?

    • formal ART objectives:

      • To promote National Societies’ participation in HIV/AIDS activities

      • To ensure relevant inter country collaboration on HIV/AIDS issues

  • Website champion – the ART Secretariat


Logging in to our website

Logging in to our website

  • Check your username (list in your handouts, page 4 of 16)

  • Pat to demonstrate login procedure, then we all do it(password resets may be needed!)


Welcome back recap time

Welcome back – recap time!

  • Split into your 4 groups

  • Prepare answers for the questions given

  • One answer must be or include a lie!

  • Present answers to the group

  • Group must try to work out the lie


What s on our website

What's on our website


Making a full post and comments

Making a full post and comments


Create your own full post

Create your own full post

  • If you have written your own article, use that

  • Give a suitable title to your article

  • If you have not been able to write your own article, use your provided 'article.txt'

  • Title is 'Test post – <country>'


Making a full post with rich text

Making a full post, with rich text


Create your own rich text post

Create your own rich-text post

  • If you have written your own article, use that

  • Give a suitable title to your article

  • If you have not been able to write your own article, use your provided 'article.txt'

  • Title is 'Test rich-text post – <country>'


Posting images and files

Posting images and files


Create your own post with images and files

Create your own post with images and files

  • If you have brought your own images, use one of them

  • If you have not been able to bring your own images, use the 'Graph' image provided to you

  • For a file, use the PDF file provided to you (it's just the Wikipedia entry for your country)

  • Title is 'Test images and files post – <country>'


Photo galleries

Photo galleries


Create your own gallery

Create your own gallery

  • If you have brought your own images, use them

  • If you have not been able to bring your own images, use the files in the 'Gallery Images' folder provided to you

  • Title is 'Test Gallery – <country>'


Recap1

Recap!

  • True or false game

  • True: left side

  • False: right side

  • Go to side you think is correct for the statement

  • Winner gets a prize!


Making a quick post

Making a quick post


Create your own quick post

Create your own quick post

  • If you have written your own article, use that

  • Give a suitable title to your article

  • If you have not been able to write your own article, use your provided 'article.txt'

  • Title is 'Test quick post – <country>'


Why is it important to update our website frequently

Why is it important to update our website frequently?

  • Think back to the who, why, what info discussions held earlier

  • How do they relate to the frequency and dating of our website's information?

  • How would information's recentness affect site usage?


Knowing when not to post or comment

Knowing when not to post or comment

  • Break out into 4 groups again

  • 5-10 minute discussion

  • Come back together and present summaries

  • But don't get discouraged – we want lots of posts and comments!


Moderation

Moderation

  • What do we moderate?


Moderation1

Moderation

  • What do we moderate?


Moderation2

Moderation

  • What do we moderate?


Moderation3

Moderation

  • Why do we moderate?

  • Moderation will be limited!

  • People in content:

    • photos: did they give their consent to going up on the Internet?

    • articles: did they give their consent for their names to be used?


Final recaps

Final recaps!

  • Activity: how/what will we change about how we work when we return home?

  • Activity: write plan for your first article! See last page in handout.

  • 20 minutes for write-up

  • 30 minutes to come back and share with the group

  • ART Secretariat will follow up on time frames!


Final recaps1

Final recaps!

Some post suggestions:

  • A general report on your Red Cross/Red Crescent society's HIV/AIDS program – or maybe a report on its effectiveness, or strengths and challenges

  • A case study on a beneficiary of your RC/RC society's HIV/AIDS program

  • A general or specific report on the state of HIV/AIDS in your country or region

  • A general or specific report on the state of HIV/AIDS in a specific area in your country

  • A post about HIV/AIDS in a specific category in your country – e.g., MSM, IV drug users, sex workers


Thanks very much

Thanks very much!

  • Questions, comments?

  • Email address:[email protected]

  • Hope to see your posts and comments up soon, and into the future!


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