March 10, 2012

2012 ISTA UniServ Staff Training


Indiana State Teachers Association will host some 30 participants at three social media workshops around the state this week. Participants will learn the basics of a few primary social media tools such as Facebook (including Facebook privacy), Wikis Blogs, and Twitter. Then participants will explore how and why these social media tools were leveraged to support a variety of association and for-profit social media campaigns. Finally, the workshop will explore how to measure the effectiveness of a campaign and which tools are the best for doing this.

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Social Media Planning Guide
Facebook Privacy Guide
Air Force Web Posting Response Assessment V.2

Check out this Facebook 101 primer

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February 2, 2012

2012 Northeast Regional Leadership Conference


Boston, Massachusetts is the host city to this year's Northeast Regional Leadership Conference. The Conference (NERLC) is designed to further enhance the knowledge of K-12 educators, support professionals, higher education, student, and retired members.

Some participants will attend a social media workshop while attending the NERLC and will learn the basics of a few primary social media tools such as Facebook (including Facebook privacy), blogs and Wikis. Then participants will explore how and why these social media tools are leveraged to support a variety of association and for-profit social media campaigns.

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Presentation
Social Media Planning Guide
Facebook Privacy Guide
Air Force Web Posting Response Assessment V.2

Check out this Facebook 101 primer

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October 3, 2011

Missouri-NEA Hosts Social Media Workshop


Missouri-NEA will host some 30 participants at a social media workshop in Kansas City and St. Louis this week. Participants will learn the basics of a few primary social media tools such as Facebook (including Facebook privacy), YouTube, Wikis and Twitter. Then participants will explore how and why these social media tools were leveraged to support a variety of association and for-profit social media campaigns. Finally, the workshop will explore how to measure the effectiveness of a campaign and which tools are the best for doing this.

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Presentation
Self Assessment
Facebook Privacy Guide

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January 3, 2011

21st Century Organizing:
Leading and Connecting People and Ideas

From professional sports mascots to balloon animal makers, some communities are so extremely niche that they could only properly thrive on the Internet. So argues blogger and author Seth Godin, who believes that our revolutionary new connectedness has brought human culture back to its roots, and that tribes (groups of people mobilized around a shared interest) are the present and future of all web content.

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December 21, 2010

E-mail: “It doesn’t suit their social intensity.”

The New York Times
by Matt Richtel
Dec. 20, 2010

The problem with e-mail, young people say, is that it involves a boringly long process of signing into an account, typing out a subject line and then sending a message that might not be received or answered for hours. And sign-offs like “sincerely” — seriously?

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