Union Theological Seminary launches New Media Project website
Posted Jun 10, 2011 | New Media Project
Union Theological Seminary
is pleased to announce what blog readers already know: the site is now active! Ta da! Read the press release
for more information.
We hope this splash of attention for the New Media Project website will encourage new readers to follow and participate in the project. In addition to regular blog commentaries, six case studies
about new media will be posted to the site as the work unfolds. We're not waiting until the end of the project to share what we've learned. Instead, we hope to practice lessons learned about social media—namely that the broad and immediate sharing of information and ideas can build community and inspire generative theological dialogue in new ways.
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