Thank you to all who attended the Tweet-Up! Did you miss it? Or just want to revisit the content? Download a PDF transcript of the whole conversation.
10am PT/ 11am MT/ 12pm CT/ 1pm ET
Join the NMC and partner Enterprise Hive for a very special Tweet-Up where you’ll learn how to maximize the NMC Commons and social business software, in addition to being part of a larger conversation on the global movement toward online communities.
Have burning questions about building effective online communities? Looking for advice on how to get started? Or promote community growth? NMC CEO Larry Johnson and Enterprise Hive President Vicki Tambellini will be there to provide their expertise as well as discuss emerging trends.
Plus, we’ll be giving away several prizes throughout the hour-long Tweet-Up – including a free, personal session with Vicki to help evaluate the readiness of your institution or organization for social business software. Brainstorm with a pro, with a major track record to boot!
How to attend the Tweet-up:
2. In your Twitter search window, type in #NMCEH, the official NMC/Enterprise Hive hashtag. This will allow you to keep track of all the tweets coming in during the Tweet-up.
**If you're pretty comfortable with Twitter, we recommend you use a simple browser-based tool like Twitterfall to capture all of the tweets -- it is much more organized then keeping track of the conversation through Twitter itself.**
3. Any time you want to ask or reply to a question, make a comment, etc. make sure to use hashtag #NMCEH so that all the partipants can see your tweets.
Have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!
Vicki Tambellini founded The Tambellini Group (TTG) in 2001. TTG is a consulting firm that provides management strategy recommendations and detailed expert research and advisory services for higher education executives. In 2009, Vicki founded Enterprise Hive, LLC, a company that develops and supports enterprise-class social business software and solutions.
Vicki has over 25 years of experience as an award-winning software company executive, author, blogger, consultant, guest-speaker, and entrepreneur. Vicki has received numerous awards and honors from companies including PeopleSoft, Oracle and NCR. She’s been a guest speaker at SACUBO, the Oracle HEUG, E!Learning Summit Events, Smart Woman’s Network, Richmond Venture Forum and numerous private venues. Vicki received a BS from Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Business. She recently received a Learning Professional certificate at the Bronze level.
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