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May 2015
Are you hearing the strains of "Pomp and Circumstance" this month? As you celebrate with graduating friends and family, it's a good time to consider life after graduation and the importance of continuing education. The world of communication and public education changes daily as we move from print to digital, and from laptops to mobile devices. Who knows how information will be delivered next!

Let us help you stay abreast of best practices for sharing your message. Eco Partners recognizes the importance of continuing education and stays current via webinars and conferences. We will be attending the National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC) Communications School in Memphis, TN next week. NAGC is dedicated to helping its members enhance effective communications with constituents. That's what we want to do, too! The Communications School shares best practices in communication, and we'll bring those ideas back to you.

Learn more about NAGC and the Communications School in our feature article below. Then, let us make your job easier when it comes to environmental education. If you want to know how we can help, please call or email me.

Keep learning and keep recycling,

Elizabeth Roe
President, Eco Partners
Continuing Education for Communicators
Eco Partners President Elizabeth Roe and 
intern Leeann Sausser at the 2014 NAGC Communications School in Washington, D.C.

Communications and public education are on a lightening-fast track of evolution these days as social media, video, and more join printed materials. Eco Partners understands the importance of staying up-to-date through continued education.


Next week, we will be in Memphis, TN attending "Blues, BBQs & Government News," the 2015 Communications School of the National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC). In pre-conference workshops, our staff will learn the latest in graphic design and explore how to create content for multiple audiences receiving information through multiple channels. The school will offer panel discussions and presentations on topics such as citizen engagement, social media, storytelling, strategic communications, multimedia content, crisis communications, and even civility. At the Blue Pencil and Gold Screen Awards banquet, we'll recognize some of the best of the best, from photos and articles to infographics and videos.

Be sure to watch for us to share what we learn there in a future e-newsletter and blog posts!

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