NMC Summer Conference Tweet-up

22 May 2012 - 11:00am - 12:00pm

9 am Pacific / 11 am Central / 12 pm Eastern

Join us live for an NMC Summer Conference Tweet-up!

The 2012 NMC Summer Conference, MIT is just around the corner. You may already know exactly what you're packing, what preconference workshops you're attending, and which camera you're going to bring to capture all the memories. However, we know many questions may arise as you prepare for the conference and we want to help you in any way we can. During this tweet-up, you'll have a chance to ask questions, learn more about specific sessions, and meet other NMCers who are attending.

Even if you haven't registered but are thinking of coming to the Summer Conference, we highly recommend you participate in this social media event. We'll even be giving away some cool prizes...

How to attend the Tweet-up:

1. Log on to Twitter at 11 am Central, and make sure you're following us at @NMCorg.

2. In your Twitter search window, type in #nmc12, the official Summer Conference hashtag. Ths 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 a question, talk about a session where you're presenting, or reply to someone, etc. make sure to use hashtag #nmc12 so that all the partipants can see your tweets.

We hope to see you there! Have questions about the Tweet-up? Email communications@nmc.org.

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