***RSVP HAS ENDED, BUT IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND YOU CAN PAY AT THE DOOR. MEMBERS PLEASE BRING PROOF OF MEMBERSHIP ( AAJA OR SAJA LETTER/EMAIL) ***
Already comfortable on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn? Take your social-media skills to the next level. Join one of Poynter's 35 most influential people and digital media guru, Sree Sreenivasan (@sree on Twitter), as he teaches you new tricks and tools to navigate through the digital world.
***ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE EVENT WILL BE DONATED TOWARDS JAPAN SOCIETY'S EARTHQUAKE RELIEF FUND***
Hosted by AAJA & SAJA at Columbia Journalism School.
WHEN: Wed, Mar 30, 2011 6:30-8:30 pm
WHERE: Columbia Journalism School, Pulitzer World Room 116th St & Broadway
(#1 train to 116th St)
COST: Free for AAJA & SAJA members, $30 non members.
Sign up for AAJA membership (open to all): http://aaja.org/membership
Sign up for SAJA membeship (open to all): http://saja.org/membership
We will check membership status at the door.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP: See what new tools, tips and best practices Sree Sreenivasan has encountered while teaching social media at Columbia and around the country. Learn how to use Foursquare and geolocation services as a journalist.
Sree Sreenivasan promises the workshop, like his tweets, will most likely be: * helpful * useful * informative * relevant * practical * actionable * entertaining * fun * occasionally funny
THE SPEAKER: Prof. Sree Sreenivasan, Dean of Student Affairs, Columbia Journalism School & contributing editor, DNAinfo.com - one of AdAge's 25 media people to follow on Twitter and one of Poynter's 35 most influential people in social media. More on him at http://sree.net and you can see how he uses social media by connecting with him on Twitter: http://twitter.com/sree | Facebook: http://facebook.com/sreetips | LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/sreenivasan
(and he'll explain what is wrong with that LinkedIn URL of his)
ABOUT THE FUNDRAISER: http://bit.ly/eY8gv1
Japan Society has created a disaster relief fund to aid victims of the massive earthquake and tsunamis that struck northeastern Japan. The Japan Earthquake Relief Fund will work with Japanese and American nonprofit organizations that are on the frontlines of disaster relief and recovery in Japan.
The fund will take advantage of Japan Society’s expertise in bringing together American and Japanese experts to collaborate on social issues, including disaster relief.
One hundred percent of tax-deductible contributions to the fund will go to organizations that directly help victims recover from the devastating effects of the earthquake and tsunamis.