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Six Months In: The @NLM_HIVplus50 Experience

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Whether using Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, or other platforms, each institution using new media has an experience or “story” to share. Today, the National Library of Medicine (NLM) offers AIDS.gov blog readers a chapter in our new media “story”. NLM has always been in the forefront of providing information about HIV/AIDS since the beginning of the…

Funds Available for New Media Planning

2013 New Media Microfund

Editor’s note: Application revised on 6/26/13 to clarify eligibility for Washington, D.C. We know that using new media can help HIV/AIDS service organizations extend the reach of their programs and messaging. At the same time, new media is helping to advance the goals of the Digital Government Strategy (DGS), which calls on us “to ask…

Social Media Measurement & Evaluation for Public Health Success

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The CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN) presents “In the Know: Social Media Measurement & Evaluation for Public Health Success.” Join CDC NPIN social media and evaluation experts on Tuesday, June 4th at 2:00 P.M. ET to: determine the best evaluation and measurement tactics for your organization, discuss best practices for measurement and evaluation of…

Social Networking in 2012

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Pew SNS Age Over Time

Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project is an increasingly valuable resource to our work at AIDS.gov. Pew has been conducting surveys related to social media since 2005. Last week, Pew released data on the demographics of social network users , including gender, race, age, education, income, and urbanity. Social networks surveyed include Pinterest, Instagram,…

Get “In the Know” on Social Media

CDCNPIN In the Know

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Prevention Information Network (CDC NPIN) is pleased to announce an upcoming webcast series starting Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 2 PM EST, titled, “In the Know: Social Media for Public Health.” Each webcast will feature social media experts discussing how to harness the latest social media tools for the…

New Media at the 2013 National African American MSM Leadership Conference

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Aisha Moore and Meico Whitlock

In January, more than 250 people convened at the 10th annual National African American MSM Leadership Conference on HIV/AIDS and other Health Disparities in Los Angeles, CA. The importance of new media in the fight against HIV/AIDS was highlighted in several conference sessions, trainings, and posters. The AIDS.gov team had the opportunity to talk with…

The White House: Opportunities for a Conversation Using New Media

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New media allows us to connect and engage in a conversation. According to Pew Internet & American Life’s Health Online 2013 Report , “78% of those who posted a comment, story, or question about their health say that they did so to reach a general audience of friends or other internet users.” For many, it’s this…

The Cloud: Using Web-Based Tools for Collaboration

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AIDS.gov cloud

A typical day in the life of many AIDS.gov team members involves writing, editing, and sharing documents — blog posts, training materials, conference materials, reports, videos, and more. Multiple team members working across cities and time zones contribute to and review each document, so having quick, effective, and easy ways to share documents is key….

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