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Spark Positive Action Through Social Media
Yvette Méndez
60 minutes
Date: September 11, 2018
Webinar Recording

Social media allow us to instantaneously share information with a wide audience. When it comes to environmental conservation issues, many of those messages can contribute to an audience’s ecophobia. Learn how the Chicago Zoological Society’s “Carlita the Candid Croc” uses social media to spark hope and positive environmental action.

Yvette Méndez is an Interpretive Programs Coordinator/Social Media at the Chicago Zoological Society/Brookfield Zoo. She holds a CIG and CIGT and has been working as a front-line interpreter since 2009. Yvette has been exploring interpretation through social media since 2014.


Non-Member price: $35.00
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Using social media to connect with teens
Becca Franzen and Emma Adams
60 minutes
Date: August 21, 2018
Webinar Recording

Also available in the Teens and Technology Series package.

Teenagers often have low turnout at our interpretive sites. This webinar will offer insights into how to promote your events to teenagers through social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. Additionally, we will share how to use these platforms and other applications during programming to keep teens wanting more!

Becca Franzen is an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and has received grants to purchase and utilize iPads in her courses.

Emma Adams is a Undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, studying Environmental Education and Interpretation. This fall she will start her senior year and is looking forward to starting her career.


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WEB081418b8/21/2018 12:00:00 AM
Interp-stagram
Chris Smith
60 Minutes
Date: May 24, 2016
Webinar Recording

Visual content teleports your audience and connects them to the intricacies of your resource. We’ll cover how to use Instagram effectively and discuss what makes Instagram a powerful interpretive network, expanding your audience and cultivating the next generation.

Chris Smith is the Education Manager at the Duke Lemur Center whose goal is to raise awareness about the importance of science and conservation through lemurs. He manages and trains interpretive guides and tours at the Center as well as manages their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and SnapChat accounts. He has been an interpreter for nearly 10 years and continues to use interpretation to grow the Lemur Center’s audience and influence.


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