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Rethinking Social Media to Organize Information and Communities eCourse

November 1

Register for this four-week course.

Social media provides a key opportunity to positively and effectively communicate with members of our communities. Tools and services such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and TikTok can be tremendous assets for library instruction, community learning, programming, and many other purposes. With so many tools at our hands, though, it can be easy to become overwhelmed or feel behind the curve.

In this four-week course, library instruction and community relations expert Paul Signorelli provides a guilt- and judgement-free zone designed to help you use social media tools effectively and comfortably. You’ll learn how to incorporate a variety of social media tools into your daily work and, in the process, find ways to better facilitate collaborations within the communities you serve.

While this course will go deep into exploring various social media platforms, it is designed to accommodate complete beginners as well as those familiar with some of the platforms and tools the course will explore.

This course includes a one-week break for the week of Thanksgiving.

CALL SPONSORED: In order to gain the most impact from learning events sponsored by the CALL grant, we ask that all participants engage fully (attend, participate, discuss and share). If you are unable or not willing to agree to this, please be kind and leave a seat or place for someone else.


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Rethinking Social Media to Organize Information and Communities eCourse