|Course Title||Social Media and Digital Content Development
Disregard 'Number of Open Seats' information. All students enrolling in this class will be placed on the wait list and notified of their enrollment status 10 weeks prior to the course start date.
This course will introduce you to several social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube) and how you can use these powerful communications tools to connect with your audience. You will learn how to start and manage a Facebook page and Twitter account for your FWS field station, refuge, or program, as well as how to produce captivating posts and tweets for these sites. You will learn how to share the awesome photos from your station with the public through our FWS Flickr site, and how you can plan and produce a video that can be posted to our FWS YouTube channel. This course is offered via distance learning and consists of self-paced online tutorials and weekly webinars instructed by FWS social media experts.
Objectives: Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
■ Actively and effectively use social media as a communications tool for your field station, refuge, or program.
■ Adhere to the FWS policies and procedures for posting FWS content to social media sites.
■ Start and manage an FWS Facebook page or Twitter account for your field station, refuge, or program.
■ Contribute photos to existing FWS Flickr sites and videos to the FWS YouTube channel.
Target Audience: FWS employees who will be using social media as a communications tool for their field station, refuge, or program.
TUITION FEES: The Cost To Learner displayed in the Course Details is an approximate amount. Please refer to the 'Class Cost to Learner' displayed in the Class Details for the specific class session you wish to attend. NCTC Standard Tuition fees are scheduled to change beginning October 1, 2012. Additional information is available at the NCTC website.
Note: Tuition is not applicable to FWS, BLM and NPS employees
|Delivery Method||Instructor Led
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