[library-media] Social media and the law class to be held April 26, 10-noon

Colleen Eggett ceggett at utah.gov
Wed Feb 9 17:12:33 MST 2011


I know you need to be in school but maybe you can send someone and then
bring the info back to your schools, districts, etc. It is at the Utah
State Library, address at the bottom of this email.
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Come to the workshop, "Social media and the law" taught by Randy
Dryer,
a prominent social media law attorney in America. April 26, 10-noon.
Register today: http://library.utah.gov/workshops 

Learn how to stay on the right side of the law while engaging your
library audience through facebook, twitter, blogging, etc. Topics
include an overview of things your library can do with social media,
what could get you in trouble, the legal issues involved, and
developing
a social media policy. Don’t be a twit, be a tweet.

Thanks Jeri Openshaw, of the State Library, for lining this
presentation up. It will be very useful to all librarians: public,
academic, special, anyone that has facebook or twitter (and the list
lengthens) in the library. This workshop is a must-do.

Colleen Eggett
Training Coordinator/Consultant, Utah State Library
250 N 1950 W, Suite A
Salt Lake City Ut  84116-7901
801-715-6776 (phone) 801-715-6767 (fax)
800-662-9150 X 776 (Utah toll free)
ceggett at utah.gov 



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