Sessions and Workshops

You can see the conference schedule in different ways:

–          As a downloadable, printable PDF

–          On our GoogleDoc spreadsheet

–          As a list of session titles and speakers – below

Plenary sessions

State of the Netroots in the age of Obama
WITH: Ari Melber in conversation with Nancy Scola

Learning from Obama for Local Campaigners
WITH: Colin Delaney in conversation with Charles Lenchner

Closing Session
WITH: Deanna Zandt, Andrea Batista Schlesinger. Netroots Nation raffle(!)

Sessions of special interest for labor, community organizers, and local political activists

Organizational change and the adoption of online tools
WITH: Josue Guillen, Kenyon Farrow, Calvin Williams, Althea Erickson.

Conversation: economic justice groups talk about their experiences with online organizing
WITH: Allison Fletcher Acosta, Kristi Barnes, Tania Schank

New York Netroots and the Media
WITH: Azi Paybarah, Brian Keeler, Liza Sabater

Best Online Tactics for Albany & City Hall
WITH: Ben Kallos, Brian Keeler, Benjamin Yee

New York’s 2009 races: who did what online, how does it stack up?
WITH: David Redlener

New York labor online
WITH: Dania Rajendra, Sunshine Ludder, Debra Rosen

Organizing theory and practice: translating community organizing to online space
WITH: Paul Getsos, Kristi Barnes, Talia Shank, others

People of color/immigrant/non English online organizing
WITH: Moderator: Suman Raunathan, with Sunshine Ludder, Liza Sabater, Meagen Ortiz, Jackie Mahendra, Rachel LaBruyere

SEIU’s online work: moving national capacity to the local level, using online tools for organizing campaigns
WITH: Brad Levinson, Michael Whitney. Moderated by Elana Levin or Jason Lefkowitz.

Integrating print and online for labor communications
WITH: Mariya Strauss, Dania Rajendra, Jason Lefkowitz, Chris Garlock

Advancing new media work at your old school union
WITH: Elana Levin (moderator), Amber Sparks, Chris Garlock, Mariya Strauss

Best online practices for local political races.
WITH: Ben Kallos

MoveOn: Online and Offline
WITH: Danielle Feris. Moderated by Nancy Scola.

Sessions with more general training in online organizing

Online Organizing 101
WITH: Steve Perez, Joe Dinkin

Getting online content production right OR how to untangle the bureaucracy
WITH: Charlie Albanetti, Michael Whitney, Elana Levin

The value of online communications consultants
WITH: Julie Blitzer

Choosing and using CRM software
WITH: Matt Wilse

Using data for electoral work and GOTV: The VAN, Catalist, microtargeting and more.
WITH: Asher Ross

How do plan for your website redesign
WITH: Fureigh

LGBT Online Organizing
WITH: Jeremy Hooper, Adam Bink and guests.

What can you do for free or very low cost?
WITH: Alice Aguilar

Low dollar online fundraising
WITH: Steve Perez, Michael Whitney, Kenyon Farrow

Writing for email and web
WITH: Joe Dinkin, Jason Lefkowitz, Fureigh

Designing a winning advocacy campaign
WITH: Larissa Lawrence, M. Whitney, J. Blitzer, Debra Rosen

Google Adwords and blog advertising
WITH: Matt Horon and SEIU person

Mobile phone activism
WITH: Rachel Labruyere.

Starting off on social media: the basics
WITH: Jen Nedeau, Shireen Mitchell,  Mahendra

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3 Responses to Sessions and Workshops

  1. sunshine ludder says:

    a potentially useful session: the intersection of MSM strategy and social media/online organizing. Both have public components but often different audiences. How do you coordinate these appropriately (or how much do they need to be coordinated) and what are red flags/past experiences to look out for or avoid?

    Thinking of this most from a messaging and strategy angle.

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    They will be talking about what NYC and other cities are doing with their data, how citizens and tech companies are using it, and what the future holds.

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