Join your colleagues as we explore topics specifically related to online communications.
Here's the scoop:
Who: Anyone can attend (University students/staff/faculty or the general public)
What: Examining eCommunications webinars. Each 45-minute presentation will focus specifically on online communication as it relates to the University.
Where: On the web
When: August 2010 - June 2011; 10 a.m. CDT
Why: Learn about new best practices, glean tips and tricks, and ask questions of your colleagues all from the comfort of your own chair.
How: Attendance is FREE with registration. Want to receive reminders of upcoming webinars? Send an email to email@example.com with subject line "Webinar Reminder" and we'll be sure to give you ample notice.
Here's what's on tap:
August 24, 2010
Images library redesign by Jeremy Casper, University Relations
September 28, 2010
Content Store by Pete Wiringa, University Relations
October 26, 2010
Using UMContent by Tim Roman, College of Continuing Education
November 30, 2010
Video by Liz Giorgi, University Relations
January 25, 2011 **New speaker**
Usability by David Rosen, Usability Services Manager, Office of Information Technology
February 22, 2011
Content creation by Office of Information Technology
March 22. 2011
Analytics by Pete Wiringa & Jeremy Casper, University Relations
April 26, 2011
Social networking by Jennie Lijewski, University Relations
May 24, 2011
Working with web templates by Kathy Jensen, University Relations
June 28, 2011
Tabbed search and keyword by Jeremy Casper & Pete Wiringa, University Relations
July 26, 2011
Events calendar by Jeremy Casper, University Relations
P.S. The series was originally titled "The Super Karate Monkey Death Car Webinar Series: A University Relations Tribute to the Writers of Newsradio." Which title do you prefer?