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Your Role in ASDA Communications Katie Divine, Minnesota ’13, editor-in-chief Kim Schneider, ASDA communications editor
How can YOU use ASDA’s communications?
Absorb 1. Read 2. Share 3. Re-purpose
Let’s say you read this article in fall Mouth.
You like it!
How can your CHAPTER use ASDA’s communications?
Don’t reinvent the wheel Use national ASDA’s content to provide links and resources in your communications.
Write for ASDA
Why? 19,000 people will read it You’re passionate about dentistry You’re proud of your chapter It looks great on your CV
How it works You have a topic idea You don’t have a topic idea
What to write? News story Career Transition The Issues What are you reading? Student Perspective Financial Matters Predental Corner
Blog for us Write for Mouthing Off and show off your chapter’s successes to more than 5,000 readers each month!
Make a difference!
Take credit Cite the article on your CV: Warnken, Becky. “Building a Dream Dental Team.” Mouth, Journal of the American Student Dental Association V32 N3: 6-11.
Win an award Best news story Best feature story
Got an idea? Any news tips or ideas can be ed to:
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