‘Social Media: More Harm than Good?’ Social media debate with Friends of the LibraryPosted: April 23, 2013 | |
There is no doubt that the social media trend has transformed the way information is delivered and received. What are the benefits of this social media revolution to companies and individuals? Are there risks involved?
Join Griffith’s Friends of the Library and a panel of social media experts who will debate and discuss this hot topic.
Date: Thursday 9 May, 2013
Time: 6.30pm – 7.30pm (free debate)
6.00pm – 6.30pm Cocktail function (Friends of the Library members only)
Venue: Ship Inn Function Centre, level 2 Graduate Centre, Southbank Campus, Brisbane
- Tracy Whitelaw, Social Ignition
- Brett Lee, INESS (Internet, Education & Safety Services)
- Professor Mark Pearson, Professor of Journalism and Social Media, School of Humanities, Griffith University
- James Kliemt, Senior Digital Media Officer, Queensland Police Service
To register for this event visit: griffithfriends.eventbrite.com.au
Friends membership is $25 annually and includes a variety of benefits. To become a member, visit griffith.edu.au/library/friends/becoming-a-friend.