Free Panel Discussion on Social Media and Education & Training
May 23, 2012 | 9:15 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
Social media is a terrific communication tool but few companies and educators are harnessing the vast array of social-networking sites and tools to fuel collaboration and improve education. HR departments and CEO have social media tools for serious uses as professional development and project collaboration.
The free 2012 Social Media Summit on May 23rd at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology will include a panel of experts who are passionate about using social networking tools so attendees can learn how to use these platforms to engage and educate students in K-12 and college classrooms and workforces.
The panel, Social Media and Training & Education is set for 9:15 am. to 10:45 a.m, on May 23, 2012. The Social Media Summit is a day-long event that consists of 9 panel discussions and 4 workshops featuring authors, academics and other leaders addressing various social media topics. Now in its third year, the Summit attracts several hundred attendees each year and is nationally unique. Attendees come from around the U.S. and several foreign countries and range in occupation from CEOs to students.
Panel discussions for 2012 include: How NFL Stars Become Facebook Stars, Social Media and Training & Education; Disconnecting from Social Networks at Home and Work; Social Media and Game Development; Social Media and Political Change; Social Networks and Future, Social Media and Product Development, Social Media and the Job Search, and Social Media and PA's Economy. Four workshops include: Protecting Your Children Online, Social Media for Research, Social Media and Network Security and an Entrepreneur Pitch Camp.