Program Highlights: 

  • What's hot now in online learning and what are the upcoming trends?
  • What are the hurdles and resolutions for associations getting into social media? 
  • How does new media change our role from "educator" to "curator"?
  • What revenue generating opportunities are available via online learning programs?

Click on the 'Speakers' tab to find out more about each discussion and the industry expert that presented.

Who should view this program: 

All association executives involved with:

  • Professional Development
  • Marketing
  • Education
  • Communications

The 2010 Association New Media Summit was proudly sponsored by: 

Seminar Information
Date Presented:
June 08, 2010 8:05 AM Eastern
Seminar Location:
Association of Fundraising Professionals
Arlington, VA
7 hours, 30 minutes
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Speaker Information
Ryan Graham   [ view bio ]
What Will We Learn Today?
SocialFish will introduce the agenda for the day and will provide a "three is the magic number" framework for thinking about the various topics participants will be discussing throughout the day.
Speaker Information
Lindy Dreyer   [ view bio ]
Maddie Grant   [ view bio ]
An Engaging Community Discussion about Online Learning and Social Media
During this engaging discussion, the moderator will provide the audience with a number of scenarios and questions related to the many facets of online learning and social media affecting associations.

Topics Covered:
  • What's hot now in online learning, what's next in online learning, and what's after that?
  • What are the hurdles and resolutions for an association getting started with social media?
  • What are the opportunities and upsides for associations getting started with social media?
  • How does new media change our role from "educator" to "curator"?
Speaker Information
Johnson Cook   [ view bio ]
Innovating Your Association's Business Model for the Mobile Era
Mobile and portable devices such as the iPad offer associations a unique opportunity to create and deliver new forms of value for the next generation of stakeholders. This session will explore how mobile fits into a digital business model for the 21st century association, including key strategic insights on how to build your organization's mobile intelligence and capacity.
Speaker Information
Jeff De Cagna   [ view bio ]
Panel of Experts
This panel of experts will spend time addressing a variety or new media points including:
  • Pain points facing associations
  • New media trends and how they affect associations
  • And what technology changes are next?
Speaker Information
Margaret Core   [ view bio ]
Tom Morrison   [ view bio ]
Sterling Raphael   [ view bio ]
Ray van Hilst   [ view bio ]
Dave Will   [ view bio ]
Sponsor Success Stories
Round Table Discussions and Live Interviews
These rounds tables discussions will give you an opportunity to collaborate with other association leaders to discuss what's relevant to you today.

Round Table Topics Include:
  • What revenue generating opportunities are available via online learning programs?
  • What are the greatest challenges facing associations today?
  • What can we do to engage and involve our members more? How do we get them to participate?
Afternoon Wrap-up: What Did We Learn and What Can We Do Tomorrow?
SocialFish will help participants wrap up the day of learning by digging deeper into the "three is the magic number" framework presented at the morning kickoff. We'll choose one (or more) of the following themes with the group to discuss at a deeper level and to arrive at some implementable, actionable ideas participants can take "back to the ranch".

  • 3 Levels of Engagement: Conversation, Collaboration, Collective Action
  • 3 Kinds of Environments: Hub/Homebase, Outposts, Mobile
  • 3 Types of Audiences: Live, Remote, Virtual
  • 3 Kinds of Challenges: Individual Behavior, Internal Process, Organizational Culture
  • Any other "threes" that emerge!
Speaker Information
Lindy Dreyer   [ view bio ]
Maddie Grant   [ view bio ]
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