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Social networking is all about conversation, collaboration, connections, and participation. Social networking sites are the modern world’s water coolers, online gathering places where you can connect with your colleagues and friends and join communities of like-minded people to communicate. The sites generally allow you to interact through peer-to-peer connections and most allow you to chat, send messages, upload and view videos, share files, comment on blogs and discussion groups, and create your own profile.

To help you get connected and enhance your personal and professional goals, the AIA has created several networking groups to put you in touch with professionals who share your interests.


When you join LinkedIn, you create a profile that summarizes your professional accomplishments. Your profile helps you find and be found by colleagues, clients, and partners.
   |   What is LinkedIn?   |   How to Use the AIA LinkedIn Group   |   Join the Group

Join the millions of people who share with each other and make the world more open and connected. Just as in LinkedIn, your profile creates your online presence. Once you’ve created your account, use the search function to find your colleagues and friends.
Join the Group

Twitter helps you stay connected to your professional colleagues, friends, and family by answering one simple question, What are you doing? Just as in Facebook, once you’ve created your account, use the search function to find and follow your friends, family, and colleagues.
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YouTube is the leader in online video. The site allows you to easily upload and share video clips. Everyone can watch videos on YouTube.
Watch the AIA YouTube Channel

You can also explore each AIA knowledge community home page to learn about online networking opportunities in your specific area of interest.


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