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New AIIP members are encouraged to attend this interactive online session. All other members are also welcome to take part.
Bring your questions about AIIP.
AIIP New Member Outreach Chair Denise Carter will introduce AIIP and point out some helpful resources on the website.
Links to these sessions are emailed to new members and shared on the AIIP-L mailing list. If you need the link or have questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Join us for an annual conference preview. AIIP Members Kelly Schrank, Elizabeth Hutchinson, Judith Binder and Janel Kinlaw will talk about their past conference experiences, what sessions they are looking forward to at #AIIP23 and the benefits of attending a conference workshop. Learn about the numerous opportunities for attendees to introduce themselves, learn, and engage, and network at #AIIP23. Everyone is welcome to join us for this preview of the annual conference.
For more details and to register, go to us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3Mar1wQUQhGzxIzczT8ulA
Meeting is from 12:00-12:45pm Eastern time.
Looking to increase your visibility among potential clients? Trying to stand out from the crowd? For this webinar, AIIP member Marcy Phelps will share some pointers to help you use LinkedIn to grow your business. This includes key elements of your profile that should be in place, how to find your target audience on LinkedIn, and how to engage on LinkedIn to generate visibility and interest in your business. Ready to take your LinkedIn profile to the next level? Then join us for this informative session, complete with Q&A at the end!
Meeting is from noon-1pm Eastern time.
*** NOTE: The URL to join this members-only meeting has been posted on AIIP-L and in the members-only area of the web site.
Join us for the eleventh in our virtual event series for info pros, Recipes for Business Progress. Rhonda Bowen will facilitate as we co-create recipes for advancing our businesses; our next "cooking session" is dedicated to meeting client expectations. All the great advice we hear about lead generation, conversion, etc. is fine, but we all know that a satisfied client is the best way to be successful in our businesses. In this session we’ll share ideas on how to understand what our clients really want and how we can match our expectations with theirs.
*** NOTE: The URL to join this members-only meeting is in the members-only area of the web site, at https://aiip.org/Members-Only/Professional-Development/VirtualEvents
As infopreneurs, we are adept at researching anything and everything, planning documents and activities, and crafting our words to communication effectively. We can use those same skills when attending events where there will be opportunities to network.
Come to this webinar to gain a new perspective on networking, use your skills to make the most out of the networking opportunities, and learn tactics for engineering your own networking experiences for maximum effectiveness and enjoyment. This session will provide advice and experience from an introvert who has researched this topic, used these tactics, and enjoyed (almost) every minute of it! Kelly's advice will be applicable to both in-person and virtual events.
12:00pm - 1:30pm U.S. EDT(Convert to your timezone)
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The world of social media is changing – with new platforms and new owners. As infopros involved in any form of research, whether for private investigations or competitive intelligence, we need to know how to get the best from it.
This workshop will look at what's out there – from Fishbowl, Parler, Gettr and Mastodon to the ones everyone knows (even if they don't use them). The workshop will cover LinkedIn searching, post-Elon Musk Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Tiktok, and introduce how to link searches together to identify joint profiles using tools such as Maltego. The workshop will finish with how to verify information, especially visual information, and the importance of social media as a news source (real and fake).
12:00pm - 2:00pm U.S. EDT(Convert to your timezone)
The AIIP Annual Conference is where independent information professionals reconnect with colleagues, meet new friends, and expand our professional knowledge.
Join us for in-person events at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 27–30, 2023.
Wrap-around and virtual events will extend from April 24 to May 5, 2023.
Our varied agenda covers:
The full conference program will include:
The 2023 Annual Business Meeting will take place in person at the Hyatt Regency, Milwaukee, WI, US and virtually by Zoom on April 29, 2023, from 1:00-3:00pm US Eastern Time (UTC -5).
All AIIP members are invited and encouraged to attend. The invitation has been emailed to all members.
For agenda details and handouts, log in to the Members Only section of the website.
Do you have multiple projects active at the same time? Do you struggle with managing the scope of those projects? Do you wish you had tools to manage your project tasks that integrate with your communication tools?
In this workshop, Janel Kinlaw will walk you through a project template that will help communicate scope, approach, risks, assumptions, and dependencies. She will explain what types of questions to ask while building out this template for a specific project. In addition, Janel will demonstrate and compare three project management tools – Trello, Airtable, and Asana – using a sample project. Participants will have time to explore these tools with the sample project or one of their own.
Learn how to package a "product dashboard." Connect product details, history and company information, and anything else. Schedule updates so that information is updated. Techniques learned in this workshop can be applied in your own research for your clients and perhaps to deliver results in a different way. Learn how to pull from different sources (fee and free). Finally, learn how to format the dashboard for that personal and professional touch.
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