December 19, 2012•Alerts
Free Workshop for Disability Advocacy Groups: Social Media 101; Tuesday, January 29, 2013 10a.m. – 12p.m.
Sent by the Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania –
Social media has become one of the most highly used forms of modern communication and advertising. Websites and Applications such as Facebook and Twitter allow advocates and organizations to “get the word out” much faster than traditional methods.
Successful advocates are using social media campaigns to achieve their goals. In this workshop you’ll learn ways to use social media to get your message out and tools and tips to help you get started.
Alexander Liffick, Information Technology Consultant, will be our presenter. The workshop is for beginners who have not used or are intimidated by technology.
To register for this workshop or for more information: Go to the DASH website at https://www.drnpa.org/dash/registration/
Contact Lan Do @ firstname.lastname@example.org, 800-692-7443 x312, TTY 1-877-375-7139 Fax: 717-236-0192.
Please make requests for accommodations such as large print materials, interpreting or captioning before January 10, 2012. The deadline for registration is January 28.
The workshop location is Disability Rights Network of PA (DRN), 1414 N. Cameron Street, Second Floor, Harrisburg, PA 17103 or from your personal computer and telephone. You must register to have access to this workshop.
If you are already using social media and just want to sharpen your skills, DASH has developed a more advanced audio webcast. It will be available on or after January 29 at http://www.drnpa.org/publications/podcastsvideos/. No pre-registration is needed for this podcast
DASH is a project of the Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania and is funded by a grant from the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council.
Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg