This session will take a look at accessibility in a variety of ways. Whether it be website design to reach your diverse community members of multi-languages and persons with disabilities, or closed captioning video programming, you will learn how communities have implemented these features and get a refresh on federal legal requirements.
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Fun with FUNdamentals
Keynote speaker MIKE VEECK, owner of the St. Paul Saints and co-founder of Fun is Good. Take a sneak peak.
Fun with Social Media
Captive Moments in Photography: Deborah Rose
Online Community Engagement Tools: Meghan Ruble
30 Ideas in 30 Minutes
Crisis Communications: Paul Omodt
Creating Your Strategic Communications Plan: Janet Swiecichowski
How to Handle the “Unfun” of Social Media
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Thursday, November 14, 1:00 – 2:00pm Central
Please call 651-300-1528. NO PIN REQUIRED.
Reaching all those not connected to cable and the internet is a top priority for local governments. What successful initiatives are currently in place that can be adopted by other communities? Are there lessons to be learned from the implementation processes? How can governments work collaboratively with private industry and non-profits to enhance benefits to the underserved?
Our panel of experts will assess how 2019 affected policy and practice on key communications issues and will provide their views of what may be coming in 2020 - and how local governments can prepare.
Thursday, December 12, 1:00 – 2:00pm Central
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