Kindling the Fire of Faith: Curating for Catechesis
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Kindling the Fire of Faith: Curating for Catechesis Creating a technology strategy for your ministry Diane Lampitt Consulting
Opening up the Conversation Where do you stand?
Curating Curating for Catechesis
Outline ✛ The Landscape ✛ Your Ministerial Context ✛ Message, Method, Media ✛ Choosing Media ✛ Creating a Technology Strategy
The Landscape: Technology & Social Media http://youtu.be/QUCfFcchw1w http://youtu.be/ku4Ugw0lQ4Q
The End of Big How the internet makes David the new Goliath The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to openthe image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and thenopen the ﬁle again. If the red x still appears, you may have to delete the image and theninsert it again.
Ministry Context ✛ Knowing your ministerial context: ✛ What is your ministry area? Parish/School/Diocese/University ✛ Who are the people served? Engaged, Unengaged, Disengaged ✛ What are some of the assumptions you make about your ministry and those you serve? ✛ Are your people digital immigrants, tourists, or natives? ✛ How do you currently create diﬀerentiated opportunities?
Message, Method, Media Ê Message – “what” you want to communicate – Ê given the context, mission, and purpose Ê Method – “how” you want to communicate – Ê engagement and interaction needed Ê Media – “the tool/s” that will best express – Ê purchased, downloaded, licensed, created, training
Technology Deﬁnitions New Media Platforms & Products Web 2.0 Social Media
Technology functions ✛ Document sharing: googledocs, dropbox ✛ Communication: GoToMeeting, Web X ✛ eBlasts: Constant Contact, MailChimp ✛ Membership sites: Ning, Kajabi Ê Mobile Applications: Apps Ê eBooks – Multi-‐touch eBooks Ê Social Sharing – Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram Ê Social Network -‐ MeetUp, OurCommonPlace Ê Crowdfunding – Kickstarter, Indiegogo, GoFundMe, Razoo
New Media Tools, Products & Resources ✛ Wordle ✛ Animoto ✛ Glogster ✛ Cramberry ✛ Sadlier blog ✛ Loyola ✛ Seeing the Word ✛ The Five Loaves ✛ OSV Curriculum ✛ RCL Ê St. Mary’s Press Ê Ave Maria Ê Veritas Ê Sparkhouse Ê Digital Catechesis Ê Cyber Pilgrim Ê Technology Boot Camp Ê eCatechist Ê 21st Century Faith Formation Ê Transﬁguration Parish Website
Archdiocese for the Military Services AMS Catholic Faith Deployed
Social Media ✛ Theology of Social Media 1
Technology Adoption Life CycleRedefinition Tech allows for the creation ofnew tasks, previously inconceivableModificationTechnology allows forsignificant task redesignAugmentationTechnology acts as direct toolsubstitute, with functional improvementSubstitutionTechnology acts as direct toolsubstitute, with no functional improvementEnhancementTransformationRuben R. Puentedura, Ph.D
Diocesan Digital Media Center
Kahn Academy – Flip Classroom Instruct
Technology Strategies in Process: St. Columbkille Parish
St. Sylvester’s Parish: Son Treasures
Creating a Technology Strategy
Set an overall strategy Ê What is your Big Picture Goal? Issue, Concern, or area that needs focus and attention? Ê What is the Message/s Ê Who are the Audience/s Ê What are the Context/s Ê What kind of participation and involvement needed Ê What Media type/s best oﬀer solutions Ê What steps/training needed to implement
Curating for Catechesis • What insight/learning will you take away? • What will you do diﬀerently? • What will you put into practice?
Making it personal New Media allows each of us to become publishers – Reaching our unique audience – Bringing the Gospel Message to people in a very personal way – Prayer developed for Ft. Sam Houston Diane Lampitt Consulting