Join us on Thursday 28 November for a seminar on Clues to Building Digital Literacy Capacity for our Community of Practice. The Good, the Bad and the Really Ugly. Presented by Max Lum EdD MPA, Senior Advisor, eCommunication and Research Translation, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (US)
Digital technology has exploded and is being continually modified since the new millennium. We find ourselves skyrocketing into an entirely new world of communication and information sharing. We now have the convenience of reaching out and connecting to friends, family and co-workers virtually instantaneously with the just a few clicks. This new constant connection has fundamentally changed the way we reach out to each other and our audiences. Because of continual digital modifications we must be agile and alert to utilizing better strategies and techniques to deliver information to improve health decision making by our citizens not only for today but also for the unforeseeable future.
This presentation using globally derived data will discuss the use of a variety of the most popular digital communication platforms from Facebook and Twitter to Wikipedia, their international effect on Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and their potential impact for extending the global reach of our occupational and environmental health information and expanding the engagement with both health professionals and the general public. These challenges will be addressed by discussing a selection of case studies highlighting mechanisms and strategies to overcome communication barriers in the digital environment.
EVENT DETAILS Date: Thursday 28 November Time: 16:00 - 17:30 AWST Location: Edith Cowan University, Building 10 Room 131, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley, WA 6050 Cost: AIHS Members - Complimentary
Non- Members: Complimentary
Building 10 Room 131 Mount Lawley WA AU 6050
Unit 2/217-219 Mickleham Rd Tullamarine Victoria 3043