Unfortunately, this is only for folks in DC, as this will be an
in-person workshop. I’m looking at how I could do this kind of
in-depth, highly participatory workshop online, though.
If you register, please comment below so I know who’s coming. 🙂
|Dates:||Tuesday, April 10, 2012|
|Time:||1 PM – 4:30 PM ET|
|Location:||GSA One Constitution Square|
|Fee:||Free (Government Employees Only)|
Jeffrey Levy, EPA
“Mission, Tools, Metrics, Teach.” You can use social media for your projects once you’ve learned a few things— how to define the need, how to get management buy-in, which tools to use, and how to measure the success of your efforts. And then you can help others by sharing what you’ve discovered along the way.
Join EPA’s Director of Web Communications, Jeffrey Levy, for a hands-on, in-person workshop on developing a social media strategy for your agency’s mission-critical projects. This is a hands-on, participatory class, so come prepared to share and ask questions. By the time you leave, you’ll have a plan in hand!
What You’ll Learn
This interactive workshop will teach you:
- The types of social media tools, and when to use each
- How to talk to others about the benefits of social media
- A strategy to use social media for a particular mission need
Who Should Attend
Anyone trying to figure out how and why government would use social media. Anyone not sure where to start with social media.