GSA hosts Federal Social Media Camp

Another good training event from GSA DIgital Gov’t University – 5 hours social media camp next Thursday

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Federal Social Media Camp

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Format: In–person Seminar
Date: Thursday, June 28, 2012
Time: 10 AM–3 PM ET
Location: GSA One Constitution Square
Fee: Free
Presenters:

Justin Herman, GSA
Lovisa Williams, U.S. Department of State, Social Media Sub–Council co-chair

Zuhair Mahmoud, Library of Congress

Corrie Davidson, Google+

Social Media experts from more than 20 federal agencies

Description

Join DGU and the entire Social Media Community to officially launch the new Social Media Community of Practice. Bring your laptop, stop by GSA and join your colleagues to shape the future of social media in government.

Planned events include:

  • Wikithon to update and enrich HowTo.gov’s Social Media channel
  • Help to populate the Social Media Registry with your agency data
  • Hands–on training for federally approved social media tools
  • Brown–bag networking lunch to meet your colleagues
  • Peer–led discussion groups

What You’ll Learn

After attending this workshop, you’ll be able to:

  • Use the MAX Wiki for collaboration among the Social Media Community of Practice
  • Add your agency data to the Social Media Registry
  • Work with and discuss the available federally approved social media tools, challenges and best practices

Who Should Attend

Federal government employees who manage social media would benefit from this in–person seminar.

Content Lead: DigitalGov University Team
Page Reviewed/Updated: June 20, 2012

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Profile Photo Martha Przysucha

Thank you Justin Herman and GSA OSCIT for hosting us. With the technology changing so often with new tools for federal communications managers amidst shrinking budgets, we need to share our experiences and successes with our colleagues. See you on the 28th!

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