Friday, August 6, 2010

The National Council on Aging is Teaching Social Media?

Yes,that's right. The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is all set to talk to you about Twitter and Facebook and YouTube. Yes, the National Council on Aging is telling you to use social media to strengthen your work in the community!

As part of their Healthy Aging Briefing Series, the NCOA's webinar Social Networking and Social Media - Tools for Connecting with Older Adults and Their Families will help you to understand:
  • The strengths and audiences for different social networking tools.
  • How social networking and social media have changed the way people and organizations communicate.
  • How some aging service providers are using social networks to connect with clients and their families.
Mark your calendar for August 26, 2010, 1:30-2:30 PM and register for this FREE webinar today!

Oh, you have a meeting at 1:30 that day ? You're on vacation on August 26? Not to worry. The NCOA archives webinars once they're presented. You can view Social Networking and Social Media on your own time. (But make sure you do view it!) In fact, you'll find other webinars to view, such as the Current Research Supporting Creativity in Later Life webinar.

Take Notes! If you missed some of Creative Arts & Aging Network posts about social media, check out:

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