Government Social Media Conference Tweet, Post, Comment: Engaging Ohioans Online What: A one day interactive conference discussing government successes, challenges and strategies for using social media to engage and educate the community. Social media is being integrated into all aspects of our society and government is no exception. Since social media encourages us to build relationships, its only fit- ting for a social media conference to do the same. Come prepared to participate both in person and online. Bring your questions, your ideas and your PDAs! Date: January 22, 2010 Location: Dublin Rec Center, 5600 Post Road, Dublin, OH 43017 Cost: $60/person, includes breakfast and lunch Registration: Click here to register Agenda: 8:30-9:30 Registration & Bagel Mingle (Including live demo of Twitter set up for event) 9:30-9:35 Welcome 9:35-10:30 Why Social Media for Outreach & Advocacy - Panelists: Laura Koprowski of MORPC, Christa Dickey of City of Westerville, & Scott Varner of ODOT. Moderated by Angela Siefer of ShinyDoor. 10:35-11:35 Morning Roundtable Discussions 11:40-12:15 Open Networking Lunch 12:15-12:35 Lunch Presentation by City of Dublin 12:35-12:45 Blackberry Break 12:45-1:45 Afternoon Roundtable Discussions 2:00-2:30 Richard K. Jones, Sheriff of Butler County, speaking to us via Ustream from Washington DC 2:45-3:45 Free Social Media Clinic Sponsored by: Hosted by: Please make checks payable to: Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission 111 Liberty Street, Ste 100 Columbus, OH 43215 Contact Amy Lowe with MORPC at 614-233-4135 if you have any questions.
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