Cross posted from the Online Community Report.
We are just over 2 weeks away from our Online Community Unconference, to be held 6/10 in Mountain View at the Computer History Museum.
One of the most valuable resources that comes out of our Unconference series is the set of session notes that are posted to the event wiki. We generally have between 40-60 sessions at each of the Unconferences, and many of the sessions are captured and posted. The wiki (and session notes) are open to the public shortly after we complete each Unconference.
In preparing for this year’s Unconference, I’ve looked back over our previous event’s wikis, and I (re)discovered the following gems that I thought I would share.
Key Sessions from Previous Online Community Unconferences:
Community Management 101: How to get started in this big wide world
An excellent overview of how to get started in community management.
Social Psychology 101 for Community Managers
Useful notes that apply social psychology theory to the context of online community.
Worst Case Scenerios – What to do when things go terribly wrong
Lessons learned from challenging community management situations.
Twitter for Business
A thorough look at use cases for Twitter use in and for the enterprise.
Managing + Motivating Community leaders
A discussion on how to energize and engage super users and moderators.
If you currently drive the community or social media strategy for your organization, and you are in (or will be in) the SF Bay Area on 6/10, I would encourage you to come check it out!
Current attendees include: Google, REI, Get Satisfaction, Intuit, Microsoft, TechSoup, Symantec, and many others.
To register at the pre-event rate of $195 ($245 on site) please go here:
OCU 2008 Wiki
The wiki is available if you would like to read the session notes:
You can see pictures from the 2008 Unconference here:
We also have several sponsor opportunities open for this Unconference. If you are looking for a cost-effective way to reach community and social media professionals, please contact me about our sponsorship options.