With a fresh year just weeks away, it’s a perfect time to start thinking about my new year’s resolutions. We give a lot of thought to our digital communication strategy here at the U.S. Department of Education, and we’re committed to providing content that is informative, useful and interesting. On occasion we spend too much time discussing what content serves the public best, while forgetting we can use our tools to ask you directly.
So before we kick off a new year, we want to hear from you. What information and resources do you want to see on our blog, email newsletters and social media? Is there something you’ve liked about our digital communications that you’re hoping we continue? What do you find annoying or invaluable that you think we should be communicating less?
Let us know in the comments below and feel free to tweet us (just make sure you use our Twitter handle @usedgov).
Thank you for supporting education and for reading our blog, subscribing to our emails and following us on social media. All of us here at the U.S. Department of Education wish you a Happy Holidays and a fantastic New Year.
Cameron Brenchley is director of digital strategy at the U.S. Department of Education