Social media offers government a great tool for engaging with citizens, but it comes with its share of challenging questions. How can governments both ensure transparency and protect citizen privacy on social media? With mobile devices replacing agency computers, how do governments maintain centralized control of data? As social media drives the desire for on-demand access to information, how can you leverage social media to improve service to your constituents while still complying with legal requirements?
The South Carolina State Library has found a way to rise to the challenges presented by social media, and you can do the same. Join Digital Projects Supervisor Amanda Stone in an interactive webinar hosted by Government Technology and ArchiveSocial to get started on the path to social media success. Register here.
What: Riding The Social Media Wave: How South Carolina Is Taming the Digital Tide
When: Thursday, March 26, 2015 - 11:00 a.m. PT, 2:00 p.m. ET
Duration: 60 minutes
This informative and entertaining session to will give you insight and new tools for managing social media. Hear from the experts and learn how to:
• Create a collaborative approach to social media records management • Increase the constituent reach of your agency without sacrificing service • Create effective data retention policies and avoid legal pitfalls • Ensure both transparency and privacy without sacrificing either
Speakers:Amanda Stone, Digital Projects Supervisor, South Carolina State LibraryAnil Chawla, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, ArchiveSocial
Moderator:Morgan Wright, Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government, National Media Technology Analyst