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Successful Event Promotion with Social Media
Thursday, June 3, 2010, 11:00 AM Pacific (Noon Mountain / 1pm Central / 2pm Eastern)
Online event promotion sites are a low cost method for reaching a large audience. These sites can drive traffic to your site and enhance your search engine optimization. Janet Fouts is a seasoned entrepreneur, social media coach, author and speaker. She co-founded Tatu Digital Media in 1996 and has been active in on-line community and web strategy for over 15 years. She shares her knowledge through her blog at JanetFouts.com and her recent book, Social Media Success.
Get Started with TechSoup's Product Donation Program
Thursday, June 10, 2010, 11:00 AM Pacific (Noon Mountain / 1pm Central / 2pm Eastern)
Does your public library or nonprofit need better technology? Wish you had the latest version of that pricey software or more dependable hardware? Learn more about TechSoup's product donation program and how to start requesting donations.
This webinar is best for people brand new to TechSoup Stock or whose library may be registered but are just not sure how to get started. TechSoup’s donation programs are open to eligible public libraries and nonprofits to help you acquire low-cost, high-quality technology for your library.
Flip-in' Out @ the Library
Thursday, June 17, 2010, 11:00 AM Pacific (Noon Mountain / 1pm Central / 2pm Eastern)
TechSoup's product donation program includes easy-to-use Flip Video cameras that allow you to share your library and community stories. Find out how public libraries are using this technology as a tool for making connections, recording library events, and sharing knowledge.
We'll showcase several libraries so you can see how these videos are created, edited, and shared. The Tonganoxie Public Library in Kansas rocks the flip at their library. Royce Kitts will share how they use Flip cameras to produce videos of library events, recording staff training, and sharing advocacy techniques. The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library uses Flip cameras within their system for programming at their branches. Kelly Czarnecki will let us know how they use these videos for everything from library advocacy and outreach to answering questions about current events.