Friday, March 5, 2010

Social Networking For Texas School Districts Presentation Slides

In case any of you have been wondering why my postings have been sporadic lately, here's the story: I have had the pleasure lately of presenting thoughts, research, and tips on communication and public relations in an education setting to a few groups.

Last week was a presentation during the Texas School Public Relations Association (TSPRA) 2010 conference. This week I was invited to speak on social media tools during the TCU Schieffer School of Journalism's Social Media Week. Additionally, I had the rather unique experience as the speaker for the Texas Association of  School Board's CommLINK webinar. (More on the webinar experience in a later post.)

As promised to yesterday's webinar attendees, here are the presentation slides:
As stated during the presentation, there are many other social networking opportunities through groups and specific communities through tools such as Ning and even wikis that are worth exploring by school districts. I primarily stuck with Facebook for the discussion yesterday.

If you took part in this webinar and have any questions, please feel free to leave them here via comments or contact me.

Related Bonus: Feel free to use any or all of the suggestions in the Facebook Fan Page Rules for a School District.

I will attempt to get back to some regular blogging soon. As always, the comments are yours.
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