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Using What You Know About Social Media

Use What You Know is a companion webinar series to the live webcast series In the Know about social media and public health.

Use What You Know online one-hour "lab" sessions focus on increasing knowledge of specific social media channels. Limited to only 25 participants each session, the series provides public health professionals with hands-on technical assistance.


View recordings and slides from past sessions.

Name Date Archived Presentations CE Credits
How to Conduct a Successful Twitter Chat December 2013 Recording
How to Create and Measure a Facebook Page for your Organization February 2014 Recording
How to Conduct a Live Google+ Hangout and Save it on YouTube February 2014 Recording
How to Create and Manage a LinkedIn Group March 2014 Recording
How to Create a Pinterest Board for your Organization April 2014 Recording

Continuing Education Credits

If you have the CPH or CHES credentials and would like to request the one Continuing Education (CE) credit unit offered, please select the appropriate survey link. Once the survey has been completed, please email verifying which training was viewed, the date you completed the survey, and include your CPH or CHES identification number.

Looking for More Hands-on Help with Using the Latest in Social Media?

In the Know and In the Know II webcast archives are available for viewing on the CDC NPIN site and presentations are available on SlideShare.

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