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Click on the link to hear an interview from CBC Radio’s Kate Porter on Social Media for Government. She interviewed Glen Padassery from the Ontario Public Service, Jennifer Savage from Webdrive Canada Inc., and Chris Wightman from the City of Ottawa.

Pass it along – this is very cool! Thanks, Kate!

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Government 2.0 Best Practices

Government 2.0 Best Practices

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This last question was posed in the Interactive Session. Here’s a question that was asked as a follow-up: How can we blend social media with traditional media?

Part one: What do you need to know
more about to move forward?

Part two: How can you blend social media with traditional media?

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Welcome!

Social Media for Government – Opening Day!
Welcome to the first day of the Advanced Learning Institute’s (A.L.I.) Social Media for Government conference! We have an exciting day planned. It will be full of excellent case studies, networking opportunities with your fellow speakers and peers, and time for getting your questions answered.
Tonight we (A.L.I.) will be hosting a networking reception at the hotel’s lounge, immediately following the close of today’s sessions. We invite you to join us and continue networking with your fellow conference participants.
I look forward to finally meeting each of you and am so glad you are a part of this exciting event!

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Conference Agenda

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Almost in Ottawa

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Hi Everyone!

I’m coming from Chicago, so I’m really looking for  a nice break in this especially cold winter.  (Just kidding, of course!)

Anyway,  I am really glad you will be a part of the Advanced Learning Institute’s (A.L.I.)  conference  and look forward to meeting you soon!

Kelly

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I work for a health care organization and I’m hoping for some practical solutions for how social media (web 2.0 technologies) can be implemented to improve client/patient experience.  

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