Social media experts and scholars from across the United States and five foreign countries will present their research, best practices and ideas on the changing landscape and power of social media in society at the second annual Social Media Technology Conference and Workshop Sept. 27-28, 2012 at Howard University in Washington.
The conference and workshop hosted by Howard and Bowie State University brings together scholars and professionals in the area of social media to share their perspectives on the technical, ethical, economic, legal, political and cultural implications of social media use. Jan Shaffer, executive director of the J-Lab at American University, will present the keynote addressing the social media landscape at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 27.
The conference will feature more than 40 presentations, panel discussions and workshops and offer extraordinary opportunities to network with other educators, professionals and experts in the area of digital media, communications and teaching.
To see the full schedule or register for the second annual Social Media Technology Conference and Workshop, log onto http://socialmediatechnologyconference.com