List of Events

June 19, 2012
Webinars

Special guest expert, Rabbi Hayim Herring, facilitated by Lisa Colton, President, Darim Online
56 minutes

Join us in a conversation with Rabbi Hayim Herring, CEO of the Herring Consulting Network and author of Tomorrow's Synagogue Today: Creating Vibrant Centers of Jewish Life.

June 15, 2012
URJ Social Media Boot Camp

Deadline for applications for Coaching/Consulting Grants (Round 2).

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June 14, 2012
Webinars
URJ Social Media Boot Camp

Facilitated by Lisa Colton, President, Darim Online

Let’s consider 2 common functions of a synagogue: Jewish learning, and Shabbat services. In both cases, the dynamic is based on a hierarchical model, rather than a networked one: A teacher at the front of the class, and the rabbi talking to the congregation from behind a podium. Let’s consider how social media tools can help us evolve these dynamics to create conversation, support collaboration, and engage more voices in our community. Join us to learn about The Social Sermon and explore how rabbis and educators can put blogs, Facebook and Twitter to use in some creative ways to discuss the weekly Torah portion and build relationships, participation and engagement in your congregation online and in person.

June 11, 2012
Webinars
URJ Social Media Boot Camp

Darim’s Open Office Hours are just that - a time for you to come and get your questions answered, and learn what other people are working on too. Jump into our webinar at any point during the hour to pose your questions to Darim staff and your peers. The earlier you show up, the more likely we’ll have time to field your questions. Whether you have questions about strategies or “how tos,” don’t hesitate to join in, ask away, and learn from others!

June 07, 2012
Educators Social Media Boot Camp

Facilitated by Lisa Colton, President, Darim Online

Sharefest! is a celebration of our community’s work, and the perfect place for you to ask questions, share your work, learn from others, and get energized. Got a project (big or small) you’d like to share? Doesn’t need to be completed or perfect -- we all learn from one another, and the more you share, the more useful feedback you’ll get! Drop us a line if you’d like to share your work on this community-oriented webinar so we can schedule the time accordingly. Email us at: learningnetwork@darimonline.org

May 29, 2012
Webinars
URJ Social Media Boot Camp

Facilitated by Lisa Colton, President, Darim Online

Twitter has become a fundamental tool for communication, building relationships, and energizing your mission. Learn why this mobile, succinct tool is changing the media landscape, and how you can best use it in your work. Prior familiarity with Twitter is recommended, though no expertise is required. We will define terms and have a brief intro at the beginning before jumping into case studies and applicable suggestions to amp up your Twitter feed.

May 21, 2012
URJ Social Media Boot Camp

Applications open for Coaching/Consulting Grants (Round 2). Deadline for application is Friday, June 8, 2012.

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May 17, 2012
Webinars

Special guest expert, Debra Askanase, Community Organizer 2.0, facilitated by Lisa Colton, President, Darim Online

1 hour 1 minute

ROI ROI ROI. We’re always hearing about the return on investment of time, energy and dollars. How do you measure what something is worth? Reflecting back on our previous 5 topics, we’ll look at how to measure engagement, why it’s essential for your success, and how focusing on it can be the key for evolving your synagogue to thrive in the networked age.

This webinar is open to staff and lay leadership of all New York area congregations in the UJA Federation of New York catchment area.

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May 16, 2012
Webinars

Special guest expert, Debra Askanase, Community Organizer 2.0, facilitated by Lisa Colton, President, Darim Online

1 hour 1 minute

ROI ROI ROI. We’re always hearing about the return on investment of time, energy and dollars. How do you measure what something is worth? We’ll look at how to measure engagement, why it’s essential for your success, and how focusing on it can be the key for evolving your organization to thrive in the networked age.

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