NAGC announces its “Call for Speakers” for the 2013 Communications School, Government Communicators: Engaging Citizens in Democracy, in Arlington, VA, April 16-19, 2013. We are looking for half-day pre-conference training workshops and 60-minute breakout session presentations. Track sessions are in areas of Outreach, Engagement, and Professional Development.
Topic areas of interest:
- Personal Communications in the Digital Age
- Transparency and Openness in Government
- Reaching Underserved Audiences
- Leveraging Community Resources
- Enabling Grass Roots Communications
- Citizen Engagement
- Environmental Justice
- Working with Media
- Responding to Negative Press
- Strategic Communications
- Communicating on Sensitive Topics
- Understanding Generational Differences
- Understanding Cultural Differences
- Contingency Plans & Preparing for Disaster
- Emerging Technologies
- 508 Compliance
- Old School Communications Tools
- Leading Change
- Advances in Social Media
- In-House Photography & Video Production
- Advancing Your Government Career
- Surviving the Approval Chain
Download the abstract submission application at www.nagconline.org. Submit your presentation abstract by 5pm ET on October 15, 2012.
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