About this blog:
The “New Media for Unitarian Universalists” blog provides guidance on using new media to promote Unitarian Universalism and UUA congregations. We’ll discuss specific new media tools, such as Facebook, Twitter and blogs, as well as general principles and strategies for new media use.
Readers involved in any aspect of congregational life are welcome to participate — you do not need to be a webmaster or techie in order to contribute to the conversation! This blog will benefit from the comments and questions of congregational staff, webmasters, communications committee members, religious education teachers, and other Unitarian Universalists using technology to advance their congregation’s programs and values.
About the bloggers:
The administrator and primary author for this blog is Shelby Meyerhoff, UUA public witness specialist. Please direct inquiries about the blog to firstname.lastname@example.org (or comment!)
Tim Griffin, the UUA Online Communications Manager, also contributes to the content of this blog. And other UUA staff may also be posting here with advice for congregations on using new media.
The administrator reserves the right to delete any inappropriate content from this page, including but not limited to: irrelevant content, hateful content, financial solicitations, endorsements of a political candidate or party, attacks on an individual, and any other inappropriate content.