|Course Title||Social Media for Adult Education|
|Date of Training||Friday, November 04, 2016|
|Time:||12:00 PM to 3:00 PM|
OTAN has been following and documenting the ways adult education field uses social media. This workshop will highlight promising practices and offer hands-on practice. The following list of activities will be customized to the needs of the participants. Explore ways agencies use Facebook pages and instructors use Facebook groups successfully to engage current and potential adult learners. Distinguish between features such as news feed, timeline, privacy settings for post, friends lists, events, pages, groups and apps. Participate in a Facebook group and create your own. Understand Twitter basics and identify who to follow. Identify strategies to engage learners to interact professionally through social media and expand their education.
Prerequisites: Participants need to have basic computer and Internet skills.
|Location:||Glendale Community College - Garfield Campus|
1122 East Garfield
Glendale, CA 91205
|Map:||Click to see map|
|Registration for this class is past the deadline or full and is closed.
Contact OTAN Support to find out when this course will be next offered, or to get this training offered at your agency!
* Training events at a physical location, of short duration (2 – 6 hours) but may be part of a series.