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A Note from Columbia University’s Sree Sreenivasan

Dear NABJ members and friends:

As some of you know, I had the privilege of speaking on a webcast last week about social media for journalists. I really enjoyed the questions and comments and look forward to continuing to be a resource for NABJ. BTW, your NABJ Digital Task Force is a wonderful example to all other journo orgs and sets the bar very high for the rest of us!

Here are some notes & links that you might find helpful. Or not.

Audio recording of the webcast:

Handout and materials:

Social Media Guide:

Twitter Guide for Newbies & Skeptics:

Write to me at (subject line = mailing list) to be added to my monthly tech tips and tricks mailing list.

See how I use social media by connecting with me online here:
Facebook: (tech tips only)

Some articles about my socmedia teaching – with tips and ideas:

NEW YORK OBSERVER: The Twitter Tutor –

HUFFINGTON POST: Dean Sree Sreenivasan on Using Social Media For Better Journalism –

MEDIABISTRO: So, What Do You Do, Sree Sreenivasan? (written by Aliya S. King, who was named one of top black authors on Twitter!)

And, finally, a favor to ask: A group of us who are turning (or have turned) 40 in 2010 are working on a project involving social media. If you know anyone (or any institution; eg, Essence mag) turning/turned 40, would you please ask them to e-mail me, AGE ANONYMITY GUARANTEED!

Thanks, and please keep in touch!

Prof. Sree Sreenivasan |
Dean of Student Affairs, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism |
TWITTER: @sreenet –



Home of the National Association of Black Journalists's (NABJ's) Digital Journalism Task Force

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