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Kansas Hunger Dialogue 2014: An Online Vision

Objective
To create a sustainable, online, collaborative support network for Kansas institutions of higher education committed to hunger awareness and response, utilizing Google services.
Collaborative Research
Goal: To establish a platform that consistently generates
COLLABORATIVE
i.e. interdisciplinary, multi-institutional research, that is reflexive based on community needs.
Collaborative Events
Goal: To host and/or collaborate on multi-campus events
NOTICE!
Use of these 5 techniques should be driven by their accompanying WSU HAI 5-Pillar Model.
-First was Statewide Community Engagement
Statewide Community Engagement
Goal: For the State of Kansas to establish a robust online community, that can serve as a model for other Initiatives and reinforce existing ones.
Translatable Collaborative Events
Goal: To extend the longevity, expand the impact, and increase the efficiency of each individual initiative; to make the Kansas Community stronger.
Online Media: Harbinger of Cohesion
Goals:
To institute a robust medium for statewide community engagement and establish thought leadership using online media.
Achieving Realization
Objective: To create a sustainable, online, collaborative support network for Kansas institutions of higher education committed to hunger awareness and response, utilizing Google services.
Expectations
Participation by all Academic Institutions, with a 75% benchmark set for April 1, 2014
Communication
Collaboration
Consistency in Excellence
FUN!
STRATEGY
1. To engage Kansas higher education institutions in collaborative, participatory research

2. To host and/or collaborate on multi-campus events

3. To institute a robust medium for statewide community engagement

4. To establish thought leadership using online media

5. To maximize resources and encourage engagement through translatable collaborations

6. To support partner institutions in the development and implementation of their campus-based initiatives
Recommendations
Use the WSU HAI 5-Pillar Model

Online Media
Collaborative Participatory Research
Translatable Collaborations
Collaborative Events
Statewide Community Engagement
Tools
1. Gmail provides basic communication functions

2. Google+ users (individuals and other institutions) can use Google+ Community for discussions and for creating rapport

3. Use Google+ Hangout for cross-campus event planning

4. Join local efforts for global impact by livestreaming local events and sharing on the Google+ Community page and YouTube

The Specifics
1. Share content with other institutions via Google Drive and the Google+ Community Page

2. Invite outside organizations to participate in Google+ Community and Online Kansas Hunger Space.

3. If joining local institutions do not have a Google+ account, YouTube and Gmail are two ways for participants to connect with one another, also encourage them to begin using Google+

Rational
Increased efficiency will allow for more people to be helped and renown to grow.

Becoming a national or international model is the ultimate goal

Having a Google+ takes advantage of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques
How?
1. Provide collaboration opportunities on Google Drive for other event-planners to create a similar event procedures on their local campuses

2. Post information and livestreamed videos so interested individuals who are unable to attend events in person can have access to information
The Specifics
1. Provide collaboration opportunities on Drive for other event-planners to create a similar event procedures on their local campuses

2. Post information and ‘On Air’ videos so interested individuals who are unable to attend events in person can have access to information

But, WHY?! So MUCH recording!
Prolongs the life of costly or traditionally space and time restricted events.

Allows professional commentary and Initiative projects to be reused or incorporated into course material

Increases efficiency, decreases problems with turnover and establishes a resource for questions/comments
How?
1. Conduct collaborative research across institutions
- Use Google Drive to collaborate on the collection and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data
- Facilitate group document sharing and editing
Specifics
1. Share Folders: Research/ Events/ Action Plan Proposals
- When a file is shared, Google automatically notifies participants through gmail

2. Actively reach out to colleagues: faculty, graduate and undergraduate students
How?
1. Announce and collaborate on events in Google+ Community

2. Use Google Drive to write and edit documents simultaneously using word, or excel.

3. Use Google Hangout for collaborative sessions
The Specifics
1. Post all events on the Community Page, every click counts

2. Use Google+ Community Page, since participants can easily share photos and videos

3. Post Action Plans for events in Google Drive - explicitly include other institutions - solicit feedback

4. Use Google+ Hangout to record the collaborative process or live broadcast events
WSU HAI: Five Pillar Model
Community Engagement
Collaboration
Media
Research
Events

Why Our Model?
The WSU Hunger Awareness Model has strong fundamentals which are reflexive, self-reinforcing and consequently translatable.

It has drawn international attention

Dr. Deborah Ballard-Reisch and WSU HAI Members have produced research that has been presented at a regional and national level.

Two Simple Steps
1. Use Google Hangout to livestream sessions, activities and events

2. Share self or collaboratively created content on YouTube - share on other social
media outlets
The Nitty Gritty
1. Establish leadership by posting and sharing content online, engage your audience with your content.

2. Share Initiative videos on social media outside of Google+ via Facebook and YouTube

3. Respond to external engagement and proactively seek out new connections, ie) if there are questions in the comment section
of videos, respond to them in a timely manner, or you notice a local or national group doing similar work in the area reach out.
Strategies
1. To engage Kansas higher education institutions in collaborative, participatory research
2. To host and/or collaborate on multi-campus events
3. To institute a robust medium for statewide community engagement
4. To establish thought leadership using online media
5. To maximize resources and encourage engagement through translatable collaborations
6. To support partner institutions in the development and implementation of their campus based initiatives
How?
Following the Five Pillar Model, Initiate

Statewide Community Engagement
Collaborative Events
Translatable Collaborations
Collaborative Participatory Research
Online Events

What is SUCCESS?
The creation of a sustainable, online, collaborative support network for Kansas institutions of higher education committed to hunger awareness and response; with a number of active institutions collaborating on a multitude of projects and publishing quality, impact driven work.

Benchmark: 75% participation in online community by April 1, 2014.
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
The Model will be comprehensively covered at another presentation during this conference.
Casey Donnell, Kuo-Hsuan Pan, Cassandra Standley, Dr. Deborah Ballard-Reisch
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