VIRTUAL OR IN PERSON? DIGITAL COMMUNICATION TRAINING
March 28, 2017 • By AIDS.gov
blog.aids.gov − Virtual or In Person? Digital Communication Training
Today we wish to feature some opportunities for learning about digital tools and strategies.
Virtual Office Hours: On-line Training
AIDS.gov’s Virtual Office Hours offers free online training sessions to organizations and individuals serving those affected by HIV/AIDS. This personalized technical assistance (TA) can help individuals and organizations to expand and improve their use of digital tools and social media channels for HIV-related communication.
You can register to meet with AIDS.gov’s expert trainers in a 45-minute personalized consultation. We’re available every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:00-4:00 p.m. (Eastern). We’ll call you to begin your session, which will be based on whatever YOU (or your team!) want to know about how to use digital tools to advance your work.
To register or learn more, visit https://www.aids.gov/using-new-media/tools/office-hours/
Social Media Labs
Social media labs provide an in-person space where conference attendees can have their individual questions answered in a one-on-one session with a social media expert. Here are two upcoming labs:
- Whether you are new or seasoned, whatever your role, AIDS.gov and partners will be in the social media lab at SYNC 2017 to provide assistance that is tailored to your needs. The lab will be open both days of the conference: April 24-25, 2017.
- AIDS.gov will work with conference staff at Circle of Harmony to conduct a social media lab on April 20-21.