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Storytelling & Social Media: Building Blocks

 

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Meeting Description:

Is sharing really caring?  Well, it can at least boost your internal staff knowledge and your positioning as a resource in the community!

In this webinar we'll discuss the fundamentals of sharing information with social media tools.  You don't have to know how to do this already to take part—this is for those just starting out!  We'll cover social bookmarking, tagging, RSS and more, plus the tools you can start using for free to do it all.

What you'll be able to talk about after this webinar: 

  • tagging
  • RSS
  • social bookmarking
  • how to get started at your organization

What tools you'll be able to investigate after this webinar:

  • delicious, magnolia,
  • friendfeed,
  • google reader, netvibes,
  • etc.
Details
Date: Wed, Jan 21, 2009
Time: 11:00 AM PST
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Host(s): TechSoup Global & NTEN

Recordings

•  Recording: Building Blocks
 Presenter Information
Amy Sample Ward
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Amy is dedicated to supporting and educating nonprofits and the progressive social change sector about evolving technologies that cultivate and engage communities. Her passion is in connecting nonprofits with new media technologies, watching the field of nptech evolve, and having conversations about where we can go next while still getting everyone on board with what we have already.  She is a member of and has served in different capacities for NTEN (as a local organizer in Portland, OR, and an ongoing volunteer) and NetSquared (where she is currently the Global Community Builder and the organizer of London Net Tuesday).