Become a social media expert.
Manage your images, video, and audio with confidence.
Take your online presence to the next level.
The Enterprise Communication Service provides agencies with access to communication resources and training. Also part of this service is managing the official State of North Dakota web portal, which provides citizens a single point of access to state government's online services.
ITD's Enterprise Communication service was created out of a need to help agencies navigate a communication environment where traditional media is on a steep decline and new communication media is centered around technology. Understanding and navigating traditional media is still critical for agencies, but citizens are increasingly looking to websites, social media, email, and other forms of digital communication when finding information and interacting with government. Whether it's developing a communication strategy, learning how to use Adobe Photoshop, or interpreting Google Analytics results, through the Enterprise Communication Service we hope to provide state agencies with the direction and resources needed to reach their target audiences as these audiences migrate from traditional to new media.
To request service, contact Cliff Heyne (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Quarterly meeting of the Social Media Users Group (SMUG).
This is the July meeting of the SMUG. Agency MABU presented on New Dimensions of Video - Virtual, Aerial and 3D.
This is the quarterly meeting of the Social Media Users Group. This meeting we are focusing on the legal and records management implications of using social media.
This is the first meeting of agencies interested in developing an enterprise digital asset management solution for image, video, and audio assets.
This is the January meeting of the SMUG. Topics include government YouTube TOS, Facebook management, and digital asset management (DAM).
The Social Media Users Group (SMUG) was created to bring together individuals across state government to share social media best practices. It has since expanded to include discussion around all digital media.
This initiative is published in the 2017-2019 Strategic Plan and slated for completion during the 17-19 biennium. More details will be posted as the 17-19 biennium approaches