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Only 10 Days Left Until MuniGov Con! Register Now!

The first-ever MuniGov 2.0 virtual conference hosted in Second Life is coming up April 10! Don’t get left out of this unique FREE training opportunity and discussion of Web 2.0 by some of the art’s best practitioners!

New to Second Life? See http://www.munigov.org/ for Second Life Orientation information. Register now, set up a projector and invite all your friends to the best FREE discussion of how Web 2.0 strategies can help your agency.

Register now at http://www.munigov.org/

Scheduled Program: All Times PST
09:00 – 9:30 – Vendor Exhibition Hall Opens/General Pre-Conference Networking/Tours of MuniGov Center

9:30 – 9:45 – Welcome Remarks & Announcements

9:45 – 10:15 – “Let’s Get Together: Using 2.0 for Internal Collaboration” Jack D. Pond (SL jdpond Turbo), Chief Information Officer, Montgomery County, PA

10:15 – 10:45 – “Shifting the Gears of Local Governance: Introducing Cities to Web 2.0” Mark Faul (SL KC Titanium), Business Analyst, City of Ottawa

10:45-11:15 – “Training Comes to You – Courtesy of Web2.0” Bill Shields (SL Zeppo Romano), Hydrogeologist & Lecturer in Geology, Department of Geography-Geology, Illinois State University

11:15-11:45 – “This Ain’t Rocket Science: How NASA is Using 2.0 to Become More Accessible” – Erika Vick (SL Universa Vanalten), NASA Strategic Communications Specialist

11:45-12:45 – “There’s an Elephant in the Room: The Impact of Web2.0 on Government” (Panel Discussion) – Panelists:
Paulette Robinson, PhD, Assistant Dean for Teaching, Learning & Technology/Leader Federal Consortium for Virtual Worlds, Information Resources Management College, National Defense University
Paul G. Wright, IT Director-Education, Office of Administration-ITSD, State of Missouri
Andy Brush, Knowledge Manager, Washtenaw County, MI

12:45-1:00 – Closing Remarks – Pam Broviak (SL Pam Renoir), Co-Founder of MuniGov2.0 & Director of Public Works for LaSalle, IL

Register at http://www.munigov.org

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