MIDEA in Social Media
As part of networking among the MIDEA community, we are using several social media tools. Below you will find information on MIDEA’s presence in public social media sites as well as details on how you can participate. See also the sidebar for the most recently added content from these spaces.
For more information on social media for museums, see the resources and activities developed for the workshop, Maximizing the Returns of Social Networks for Your Museum, held June 2020 in San Antonio.
MIDEA on Facebook
Become a fan (use the “Like”) button to join the MIDEA Facebook page. You will find here not only the latest news and events from the MIDEA blog, but other resources of interest we will share. But it’s your resource as well, and we invite other MIDEA member organizations to add relevant items to our shared space. You can also use the “Like” button on the MIDEA . site to recommend to your Facebook account any blog post, project, or organizational profile on this site.
Learn more about Facebook, how to use it, and applications for museums at http://midea.wiki.nmc.org/Facebook+Overview including resources such as:
- Search Facebook Pages for “museum”
- Museums on Facebook
- I Love Museums is a facebook page for shared museum experiences
- Facebook for a Museum (Museum Next blog)
- Facebook Best Practices for Non-Profit Organizations (DIOSA Communications)
MIDEA on Twitter
Follow and participate in online conversations about MIDEA in twitter by using the hash tag #midea – use this to ask a question, to share a resource, or make an announcement about your museum worth sharing in our community. You can find the latest items by searching twitter for this tag.
Note: You may find non-relevant content in this social media stream, including references to a manufacturing company, or people who misspell “media.” Our call to you is to fill dominate the #midea twitter stream with ideas, resources, questions about things related to the MIDEA mission.
Learn more about Twitter, how to use it, Â and applications for museums at http://midea.wiki.nmc.org/Twitter+Overview including resources such as:
- Wefollow List of Museums
- An Open Letter to Museums on Twitter (Museum 2.0)
- Museums on Twitter analysis of use at end of 2009 (Museum Next Blog)
- Follow a Museum Day on Twitter
- Top 10 Twitter Stat Tools
MIDEA on delicious
You can follow and add to any relevant web resources by tagging them midea in the social bookmarking tool, delicious. The latest shared bookmarks can be found anytime at http://www.delicious.com/tag/midea.
Note: Like with twitter, you may find non-relevant content in this social media stream, including references to a manufacturing company, or people who misspell “media”.: Our call to you is to fill dominate the midea delicious stream with links to resources related to the MIDEA mission.