Updates from NACADA Conference Via Social Media

If you were unable to attend the NACADA annual conference in person, you still have the opportunity to follow along with the events via social media.

From the NACADA site:

Read the NACADA blog: http://www.nacada.wordpress.com
Be sure to keep up with the blog as we’ll be posting quick recaps of major events, videos, pictures, links, etc. The site will also serve as our central social media hub with links to other sites!

Follow NACADA on Twitter: http://twitter.com/nacada
The twitter account will be a great resource for up to the minute information, including schedule changes, important reminders, and answers to FAQs.

Also use the twitter search feature to find out what other attendees are sharing about their conference experience. http://search.twitter.com, and search #nacada11. (Psst, we’ll be giving a quick twitter tutorial in a couple of days to help you prepare!)

View NACADA photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nacada
We’ll feature photos before, during, and after the conference. Caught an unforgettable moment? Upload it to the flickr group! http://www.flickr.com/groups/nacada11/

New Facebook changes got you down? Spice up that newsfeed by liking NACADA on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NACADA
You can post comments, questions, and engage with other members. We’ll also be posting periodic updates to this page as well!

For easy access to all the above links, bookmark this NACADA Social Media Guide. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to members of the social media team before, during, or after the conference! We’re here to help!

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