Social networking: it’s social, creative, participatory and immediate, and more than high school pals and fan clubs. What is its professional use? Eighty percent of companies use social networking to find employees. Professionals use it to network, find experts, talk through ideas, search for jobs, and more!
This computer lab will introduce attendees to the ways they are tracked on the Internet by marketing companies. Recent studies by the Wall Street Journal indicate the nation’s 50 most visited websites installed, on average, 64 pieces of tracking technology onto visitors’ computers without their knowledge.
Youth create a social issue video and post it on YouTube. After a tweet, retweets, and more tweets, the video goes viral. That issue that youth care about is suddenly all over the net and receiving broad traditional media attention. With a simple click of the mouse, youth voices are being heard—loudly. What’s going on?
Learn to bring Community Coaching into all elements of community planning! This online workshop is part four of the series and helps with conceptualizing community coaching as an integral part of community programs, strategic planning, and community change.
How do public officials and individuals make decisions? How do you make decisions? It isn’t always the factual, logical information that results in your decision. Our heart and emotions are called into play as well as our values and sense of ethics.
WHAT IS A LOGIC MODEL? • A visual diagram that illustrates how your program works • A clear way to communicate your program goals and practices • A device that focuses on results rather than on activities • 59 slides, PowerPoint (PDF).