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A Start Up Guide to Social Media and Other Great Online Tools for Arts Councils | OSAC 2012
Social media Publication

From Facebook & Twitter to Survey Monkey, the world of Social Media and free online tools have become key ways for organizations to communicate. OSAC has pulled together key information in an introduction to Social Media.

Audience Development and Loyalty Expert | Très-Arts 2017
Social media Consultant

Denis has developed a practical approach to audience recruitment, engagement and retention. He shares his knowledge through conferences, workshops and on his blog. He makes use of his approach while working on strategies tailored to the needs of his clients.

Cultural Tourism | Strategic Moves 2015
Social media Effective PD activity

Cultural tourism has been identified as one of Canada’s greatest opportunities to grow bottom line results for the tourism industry and generate new economic benefits in communities large and small.

Digital Marketing eBook | Culture Days 2016
Social media Publication

Comprehensive eBook by Liesl Barrell, published by Culture Days in support to a series of webinars.

Integrated Audience Development | Très-Arts 2017
Social media Consultant

Workshop on how to reach, increase and managearts patrons, as well as ensure their loyalty.

Integrated Web Presence: Growing and Evaluating Your Online Footprint | Strategic Moves 2015
Social media Effective PD activity

In this hands-on, practical training session, participants will gain a clear understanding of the components of a fully integrated web presence, how they work together to grow their online footprint and, most important, grow their business.

NEW Online UBC Course: Cultural Tourism – An Asset-Based Economic Development Strategy | UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development 2017
Social media Curriculum-based e-learning

The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is now offering a new CPD course: "Cultural Tourism: An Asset-based Economic Development Strategy(Oct 2 – Dec 3, 2017) delivered 100% online.

Ce projet est rendu possible grâce à Patrimoine canadien et au Secrétaire aux affaires intergouvernementales canadiennes du Québec

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