Sarah Pullman is helping to organize an event to introduce organizations to the concepts of Web 2.0. The workshop will look at the power participatory technologies have on organizations.
Have you heard the buzz about Facebook, MySpace, blogging, and other popular social web tools, and wondered whether they could be useful to your organization… but not known where to start, or how to sort the good stuff from the hype? Come and learn from two of Canada’s top experts on web strategy and participation design for the not-for-profit sector!
The latest generation of Web 2.0 (or “social web”) strategies and tools offer powerful opportunities for organizations to improve the way they work, communicate their messages, empower others, and serve the public. In this workshop you will learn how the latest tools for online collaboration and community building can make your organization smarter and more effective.
- communications strategists
- marketing managers
- anyone who is interested in how this evolution of the web can help evolve your organization’s online strategy
$225 regular tuition.
There are a limited number of tuition discounts available to non-profit organizations with an operating budget of less than $500K a year. Please contact [email protected] if you would like to apply for the discounted rate of $150.
Jason Mogus is the CEO of Communicopia, a 14-year-old, Webby Award winning firm that helps organizations working for sustainability and social change build meaningful relationships with supporters through the web. Jason is also the founder of the Web of Change Conference.
Alexandra Samuel, PhD, is CEO of Social Signal, a Vancouver-based web company a company that builds online communities like ChangeEverything.ca and NetSquared.org for non-profit organizations and sustainable businesses.