10 am PT / 12 pm CT / 1 pm ET
This webinar marks the official launch of the NMC Commons -- an online community where NMCers can engage with fellow members, put faces to names, and continue conversations between face to face meetings. This highly social platform comes to you via our partner Enterprise Hive. Thanks to their super social software, the NMC has a place online where members can connect and collaborate in a private, secure online community. Join the NMC and Enterprise Hive for this live event where we will unveil the NMC Commons and give you a tour along with tips for maximizing the features.
The NMC Commons provides members a wide range of easy-to-use social business tools, such as the ability to post job notices, initiate blogs, and use email, polling, and news and events functionality. The goal is for NMC members to seamlessly share information, projects, and ideas, while providing an archived, searchable database that contains technical and practical advice. Using the Dynamic Profile feature of HiveSocial, NMC members can find other members who share the same interests or can provide help to them based on the vast areas of expertise represented within the NMC Community.
This webinar is open to all -- NMC members and non-members. Please feel free to invite your friends and colleagues! After you register, you will receive a link to join the webinar the day before it takes place.
Meet the Presenters
Lauren Hart Piper
Vice President, Product Management and Marketing at Enterprise Hive
Lauren has over 20 years experience in technology sales and marketing for the education industry.
Since 2002, Lauren has worked with The Tambellini Group and most recently Enterprise Hive, in senior management and marketing roles focused on brand recognition and driving product innovation. Prior to Enterprise Hive, she was the Senior Director of Competitive Intelligence at Systems and Computer Technology and was the Product Manager for legacy and new technology product lines. Lauren has received numerous corporate awards and recognitions from Information Associates, Dun & BradStreet and Systems and Computer Technology for her contributions to the organizations for customer service, product management and sales including Chairman’s Club.
Lauren holds a B.S. from Roberts Wesleyan College and has studied competitive intelligence from Leonard Fuld and at Drexel University.
NMC Commons Community Manager
Victoria is a researcher and writer for the Horizon Report series and the NMC.org blog. Working for the NMC has given her a serious crash course in all things edtech, and she is enjoying getting acquainted with innovators in the community. As the NMC Commons Community Manager, Victoria is looking forward to establishing and maintaining an extremely useful and active online network for the NMC membership. Learn more about Victoria on LinkedIn.
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