Soda wars: What advocates can learn from Berkeley vs. Big Soda’s social media campaign

Learn from the successful strategies used to help passed the sugary drink tax in Berkeley, CA in 2015. Nine recommendations that can be used to effect other community-wide health improvements.

Observing National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day through Digital Storytelling and Social Media

The AIDS.gov project discusses the epidemic’s impact on youth on National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day (#NYHAAD).

Top 5 Digital Trends of 2014 for the HIV Community

Citing data from the AIDS.gov project, New Media Coordinator Yumna Bahgat shares tips and strategies to maximize engagement on a variety of social media channels according to 2014’s biggest digital trends.

Social Media lounges – the place for relaxed learning

Similar to Project Listen, we recognize that when it comes to social media, many people are simply unfamiliar. It can seem overwhelming at first, and if they haven’t used it in their personal life, they often are not quite sure where to start. The lounge is a model for how we provide technical assistance; as with other new experiences, sometimes people just need safe place to ask questions.

JSI takes on South by Southwest Interactive

Originally a music festival, South by Southwest (SXSW) has grown into a sprawling annual event that brings together film, music, and emerging technology. Over the course of 10 days, thinkers, doers, and early adopters descend upon Austin, Texas, to share and exchange ideas, show off what they’ve been creating, or just to see what the … Continue reading “JSI takes on South by Southwest Interactive”