Panel: Change the World Using Social Media

Friday, 3/12/2021
1:00 - 2:00
Virtual Library

United States

Paul Signorelli, author of Change the World Using Social Media (Rowman & Littlefield, January 2021), is joined by T is for Training podcast Host/Producer Maurice Coleman and Poor People’s Campaign Volunteer Jill Hurst-Wahl for a discussion about using social media for social change. 

Signorelli is a San Francisco-based writer-trainer-presenter-consultant focused on lifelong learning, activism, collaboration and community-building.

Coleman, host of the longest-running podcast for trainers working in libraries, is a trainer-speaker-facilitator-writer based in the Baltimore area.

Hurst-Wahl, based in Syracuse, New York, is a speaker-writer-educator-consultant and professor emerita in Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies.

Connect with the panelists:

Paul Signorelli: LinkedIn | Email | Publisher

Maurice Coleman: LinkedIn | Email

Jill Hurst-Wahl: LinkedIn | Email

Get informed about local and national civic issues.

An ongoing series of virtual programs focused on supporting job and career seekers, personal finance needs and small business resources.

This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

Attending Programs

For questions about the program or help registering, contact sfplcpp@sfpl.orgAll programs are drop-in (no registration necessary) unless otherwise noted. All SFPL locations are wheelchair accessible. For accommodations (such as ASL or language interpretation), call (415) 557-4557 or contact Requesting at least 3 business days in advance will help ensure availability.

Notice: This event may be filmed or photographed. By participating in this event, you consent to have your likeness used for the Library’s archival purposes and promotional materials. If you do not want to be photographed, please inform a staff person or the photographer. A sticker will be provided to help identify you so that we can avoid capturing your image.

Public Notice and Disclaimer

This program uses a third-party website link. By clicking on the third-party website link, you will leave SFPL's website and enter a website not operated by SFPL. This service may collect personally identifying information about you, such as name, username, email address, and password. This service will treat the information it collects about you pursuant to its own privacy policy. We encourage you to review the privacy policies of each third-party website or service that you visit or use, including those third parties with whom you interact through our Library services. For more information about these third-party links, please see the section of SFPL’s Privacy Policy describing Links to Other Sites.

The views and opinions expressed in programs presented by groups unaffiliated with SFPL do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of SFPL or the City.