Social Media Marketing at Ud‘Anet. Fourth Meeting of project Munster (DE) 10 – 11 January 2013 Learning Partnership SOMEBA - Agreement N° 2011-1-AT1-GRU06-04837-5. Social Media Marketing at Ud‘Anet. PAST ACTIVITIES: Network for research and innovation „Schools and University“.
Fourth Meeting of project
Munster (DE) 10 – 11 January 2013
Learning Partnership SOMEBA - Agreement N° 2011-1-AT1-GRU06-04837-5
PAST ACTIVITIES: Network for research and innovation „Schools and University“
PAST ACTIVITIES: TinCom project
TinCom will experiment a new Web 2.0 Tele-community for the social innovation. TinCom aims to apply the approach of shared LivingLabs. Project partners strongly support the application of digital innovation to the social and employment issues of young people, particularly those with low professional skills and low educational possibilities.
Web. 2.0 tele-inclusion community:
- It gives the possibility to connect social enterprises, Third Sector Organizations, inclusion and employment agencies, young people and companies.
- it’s a space where potential social innovators can provide innovative ideas about juvenile social inclusion and exchange feedbacks with the web-community.
PAST ACTIVITIES: Ud‘Anet on VIMEO
It’s a social media to share only videos.
We have an account professional and we use it to publish the videos producted in our projects, videos of conferences and some open lessons of Unidav.
PAST ACTIVITIES: Linkedin
As project manager I filled in the description of Ud’Anet and Unidav in my personal page on Linkedin.
It’ s another way to promote our acvities.
I used Linkedin to search partners for european projects and I answered to some published request of collaboration.
Plan activities: Facebook page of UD‘Anet
We have a few contacts
There is not a human resource in our staff who can spend much time to update the info, pictures and documents…
We could use Facebook page to:
Promote our projects and partnership
promote our services
promote the events
Plan activities: Facebook page of UNIDAV
A special project for Ud‘Anet: a tablet for kids…to develop basic skills