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Overcoming social media excuses for continuing education pros

Thu, Sep 06,2012 @ 01:40 PM
by Suzanne Kart |

continuing education, jenn selkeSocial Media guru Jennifer Selke will again be featured at the big LERN Conference this November in Washington DC. One of her most exciting new sessions will teach you how you can alleviate the common employer fears and take home systems and productivity plans to get more done in your day.

"Overcoming Social Media Excuses" is just one of four sessions Selke will be teaching this year. She'll also lead the following:

7 Essential Ingredients of Successful Facebook Business Pages
Improve your Facebook Business Page and strategy by learning tips and tricks to increase engagement. You’ll learn what makes a successful business page, how to customize the look and feel, and how to carry your Facebook message onto your web page.

The 8 Best Practices for Listening and Engaging Consumers in Social Media
Learn practical approaches that you can start using immediately on social media sites like Facebook, Pinterest, Blogs, YouTube, and Twitter.

Beyond Email and Facebook
Discover the favorite sites and iOS applications of productive workers. This fast-paced session with cover the latest tools, sites, and iPhone and iPad applications to turbo-charge your business and simplify your life.

What to see Selke in action? Check this video of her from CampHacker TV.

Selke has been running youth programs and training staff since 1991. She is currently the director of a large summer camp at U.C. Berkeley, teaches in the Graduate School of Education and is affiliated with the Berkeley Center for New Media. As a licensed educational psychologist she has a private practice in working with learning disable middle school students. Jennifer speaks at national conferences on teacher and staff training, youth development, and organizational management, supervision, and technology. Her research interests include: job satisfaction and job tenure, brain based education and training, and the use of technology by adolescents and young adults. She is passionate about helping young people find meaningful work.

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