Pinterest has 25 million users and is the fastest growing social media platform. It drives more traffic to websites than Twitter and Reddit, second only to Facebook.
But how can your history organization use Pinterest?
In this workshop, Michelle Moravec, Rosemont College, will guide attendees into the world of Pinterest. You’ll learn the basics–from pinning content to creating boards, and more advanced topics like geotagging. But more than that, you’ll learn how to connect your local historic site, museum, or historical society to the wider public via Pinterest, the 3rd largest social media platform on the Internet.
You’ll be given hands-on experience loading content into Pinterest as well as tools to think creatively about how to use Pinterest for outreach and education, to engage visitors, and to enhance tours, exhibits, and public programs.
When: June 30, 2014, 10am-12pm
Where: Rutgers University-Camden
Cost: $15 + small service charge
To register, go to our event page.
This program will take place at the Rutgers University-Camden library. The easiest way to get to campus is public transportation via PATCO or the Riverline, which have stops on campus. Click here for directions by car or mass transit.
There is some metered parking just off campus. Parking permits cost $2 and can be obtained directly from the Parking Services.
You can find a campus map here. Note: the workshop will take place in the Paul Robeson Library NOT the Law Library or the Camden County Library.
This workshop is co-sponsored by the Rutgers University-Camden Digital Studies Center.