Learning 2.0 and the Future of Your Association
Not sure where or how to get started with social media? You may want to look to your professional education programs for the proverbial "low-hanging fruit". Tools like YouTube, wikis, blogs, and social networks offer a natural complement to traditional face-to-face and online learning programs. They also represent a powerful new way to attract and engage members and take your association into the future. In this session we'll consider how Web 2.0 has changed the way learning happens and look at specific steps you can take to blend social media into your member education programs.
November 04, 2008
Certified Association Executive
CAE Credit: In-person or live webcast participation earns CAE credit on an hour-for-hour basis, up to a maximum of 6 CAE credit hours. (Note: participation should be rounded to the nearest full hour. Half hour increments are rounded down.) Download, CD, and DVD purchases are not eligible for CAE credits.